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    Re: Prospect Profile: Tyler Pelland

    Latest start: 6 innings, 4 hits, 7 K's, 2 walks 0 runs allowed. ERA down to 3.42
    The lowest acceptable payroll amount for ownership to show they are not greedy pigs is 15 million more than they are currently paying. No matter what that currently is.

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    Re: Prospect Profile: Tyler Pelland

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    Team	             W L  ERA  G GS   IP  H  R ER HR BB SO WHIP
    Chattanooga Lookouts 4 2 3.42 16 16 79.0 87 42 30  7 46 59 1.68
    Thanks, JaxRed. Yeah, Pelland looked pretty good. In addition to six shutout innings, he had a pickoff (of Ron Acuna, who had stolen a base earlier in the game). Here's an inning-by-inning breakdown:

    1st: 1-2-3 (flyout, flyout, groundout)
    2nd: single, stolen base, K, K, K
    3rd: flyout, single, 6-4-3 double play
    4th: 1-2-3 (line out, K, K)
    5th: BB, K, single, infield single, flyout, K
    6th: flyout, flyout, single, pickoff

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    Re: Prospect Profile: Tyler Pelland

    After putting together another great start for the Lookouts to end June, July took an ugly turn for Pelland on Wednesday. He threw five innings, giving up six runs (five earned), six walks, and two wild pitches. Here are the updated stats:

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    Team	             W L  ERA  G GS   IP  H  R ER HR BB SO WHIP
    Chattanooga Lookouts 5 2 3.59 18 18 90.1 94 49 36  8 55 70 1.65
    (One interesting thing to note from the game is that Rick Asadoorian, a Lookouts outfielder and 1999 first-round draft pick of the Red Sox, pitched two shutout innings with five strikeouts and picked up the win for Chattanooga. The biggest knock on Asadoorian is that he doesn't make enough contact at the plate.)

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    Re: Prospect Profile: Tyler Pelland

    Since my last update, control has still been an issue, as his BB-rate is up, but he's been giving up less hits to balance things out. Despite his most recent performance being so horrible, his past few outings haven't looked too bad overall.

    He leads the Lookouts in the following categories: innings pitched, games started, hits allowed, runs and earned runs allowed, hit batsmen, walks, and strikeouts. And for those keeping track, he's second only to Homer Bailey in age.

    Last four starts:
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    Team	             W L  ERA  G GS   IP  H  R ER HR BB SO WHIP
    Chattanooga Lookouts 1 1 3.38  4  4 21.1 16  8  8 10 14 17 1.41
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    Team	             W L  ERA  G GS    IP   H  R ER HR BB SO WHIP
    Chattanooga Lookouts 6 3 3.55 22 22 111.2 110 57 44 10 69 87 1.60

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    Re: Prospect Profile: Tyler Pelland

    2007:
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    W L  ERA  G GS   IP  H  R ER HR BB SO WHIP
    5 4 4.32 30  5 58.1 59 39 28  6 29 56 1.51
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     W  L  ERA   G GS    IP   H   R  ER HR  BB  SO WHIP
    32 31 4.18 132 79 462.2 468 266 215 31 258 421 1.57
    Tyler Pelland was moved to the bullpen earlier this year. It was a move that was widely considered to be fate as it's been speculated he was used as a starter for the sole purpose of getting more innings to work on his stuff and build up his strength. The story on Pelland is the same as it was in the past: He lacks control and is very streaky. If you think Jekyll & Kyle is bad, take a look at Jekyll & Ty.

    If you remove two of his most recent outings, you can bring his ERA down to an impressive 3.12. Pelland is a lefty with heat, so he'll get plenty of chances, but he still needs to work on his poise, command, and control. He's got a lot of time to do it, though, since he's only 23 years old and in AA.

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    Re: Prospect Profile: Tyler Pelland

    Quote Originally Posted by camisadelgolf View Post
    2007:
    Code:
    W L  ERA  G GS   IP  H  R ER HR BB SO WHIP
    5 4 4.32 30  5 58.1 59 39 28  6 29 56 1.51
    career:
    Code:
     W  L  ERA   G GS    IP   H   R  ER HR  BB  SO WHIP
    32 31 4.18 132 79 462.2 468 266 215 31 258 421 1.57
    Tyler Pelland was moved to the bullpen earlier this year. It was a move that was widely considered to be fate as it's been speculated he was used as a starter for the sole purpose of getting more innings to work on his stuff and build up his strength. The story on Pelland is the same as it was in the past: He lacks control and is very streaky. If you think Jekyll & Kyle is bad, take a look at Jekyll & Ty.

    If you remove two of his most recent outings, you can bring his ERA down to an impressive 3.12. Pelland is a lefty with heat, so he'll get plenty of chances, but he still needs to work on his poise, command, and control. He's got a lot of time to do it, though, since he's only 23 years old and in AA.
    Good post. When Pelland moved to the pen, he really took off and I thought we had a dominator in the making. Then the old Pelland showed-up. I'm still hopeful he can be useful when cheap.
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    Re: Prospect Profile: Tyler Pelland

    Pelland is a lefty - look for a late blossom. For some reason, it seems lefties take longer to "get" it. He's an interesting prospect for the pen someday but my guess is if he ever becomes a solid big leaguer it will be after a few seasons of struggling.

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    Re: Prospect Profile: Tyler Pelland

    In his fifth year of professional ball and at the age of 23, Pelland has made the jump to AAA. His WHIP is the lowest it's been since his rookie league days, and he's back to striking out more than one batter per inning. The sky's the limit!

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    Re: Prospect Profile: Tyler Pelland

    I would love to see him in Cincinnati some time next year. A hard throwing lefty out of the pen would be real nice.

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    It's weird to think he's only 23, seems like he's been around for a decade.


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