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Lobstein Making Changes on the Mound

Lobstein is throwing his changeup regularly now.

Biscuits starting pitcher Kyle Lobstein struggled out of the gate this season. He gave up 17 earned runs in his first three starts which only amounted to 10 total innings. Since that period of time, the 22-year-old left-hander has thrown a familiar pitch nearly five times as often as he was previously. The results have shown drastic improvement in his first full season at the Double-A level.

Miami Marlins starting pitcher Mark Buehrle, who is known for succeeding in the majors without a 90 mph fastball, worked 30 changeups into his pitching performance on April 25 against the New York Mets. Buehrle's stat line was typical of the MLB-veteran that night: seven innings, two earned runs, five hits, one base on balls and four strikeouts. Biscuits starting pitcher Kyle Lobstein, whose... Recommended Stories

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