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Tracy Continuing To Grow

Tracy added a new pitch this year

As was the case with many Yankee prospects this year, it wasn't a banner year statistically for left-hander Matt Tracy in 2013. Aside from battling an injury for most of the second half, he had some games where he really struggled. He also, however, had some games where he really handcuffed hitters too, and the former college position player continues to grow as a pitcher.

He went just 4-5 with a 5.51 ERA for the Trenton Thunder this year, hardly earth-shattering numbers. However, considering the fact that 62 percent of his earned runs allowed this year came in his first five starts, there is some optimism surrounding where his game is at right now. "I thought it was a pretty good year," Tracy said. "I learned a lot. I worked with some good coaches and had a... Recommended Stories

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