An eight-batter sequence against Nationals proved why Marlins’ Zac Gallen can be great

As good as he was in his MLB debut against the St. Louis Cardinals last Thursday, Zac Gallen knows he was far from his best. The starting pitcher didn’t have his typical command of his fastball, which forced him to throw his cutter more than any other pitch and split his five-pitch mix even more evenly than is typical for the Miami Marlins’ latest rookie starter. (Miami Herald)

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