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    Ismael Guillon: 30 BB, 20 IP -- what gives?

    Anybody have insight on what's wrong with Guillon?
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    Re: Ismael Guillon: 30 BB, 20 IP -- what gives?

    He probably needs to head back to Arizona to work on his mechanics. I hope he's not hurt.
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    Re: Ismael Guillon: 30 BB, 20 IP -- what gives?

    Yep. Arizona may very well be his next stop.
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    Re: Ismael Guillon: 30 BB, 20 IP -- what gives?

    A case of the Yips?

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    Re: Ismael Guillon: 30 BB, 20 IP -- what gives?

    that's a sore arm stats line.

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    Re: Ismael Guillon: 30 BB, 20 IP -- what gives?

    I wonder if Garret or even Travieso could take his place in the Dayton rotation? Unlikely I know, but I'm eager to see what those guys can do in full season ball.

    Separately, when will Langfield be ready? Is he headed to Dayton or Bakersfield?
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    Re: Ismael Guillon: 30 BB, 20 IP -- what gives?

    Guillon apparently on the every other year plan. Does not bode well for his future....
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    Re: Ismael Guillon: 30 BB, 20 IP -- what gives?

    Yips is a good description. More mental than physical. Langfield is still a ways away. Travieso would likely be the choice.

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    Re: Ismael Guillon: 30 BB, 20 IP -- what gives?

    Any mechanics changes? I know it has been brought it up before.

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    Re: Ismael Guillon: 30 BB, 20 IP -- what gives?

    No issues in the bullpen. He gets in the game and yes, his mechanics start changing. Not sure if that is the way you meant it, though.

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    Re: Ismael Guillon: 30 BB, 20 IP -- what gives?

    Bump.

    A little blurb on Guillon from pitching coach Tony Fossas. Sounds encouraging. He is pitching better but still is not quite there yet. I like what I hear.

    “For the last two or three starts, his bullpens and pregame have been right on the money, and he’s still — his bullpens are still better than the way he’s pitching. His rhythm and tempo have been really good, and he’s not thinking about anything.
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