Re: Dragons' Cueto throws another gem
The one thing that kind of struck me about watching him last night, and maybe some people in Dayton that get to see him more than me can tell me if I'm wrong, but it seems that he might be a bit of a perfectionist. You could see him get upset on the mound, and not at the umps or anyone else, it was after he made a bad pitch. I'm not talking about making a bad pitch to walk a guy, but a bad pitch to make the count 1-2 or 2-2, or something like that. If he did something he didn't think he should do, he was visibly upset with himself. I think that's a good thing, but I guess it could be a bad thing too.