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Need for young pitchers Tyler Wilson, Mike Wright to get deeper into games increases with short-handed bullpen

Need for young pitchers Tyler Wilson, Mike Wright to get deeper into games increases with short-handed bullpen

A cerebral pitcher trying to establish himself in the big leagues, Orioles starter Tyler Wilson already knows the difficulty of retiring major league hitters after they've batted against you twice in a game.

What better example than the final at-bat of his most recent start, against Chicago White Sox shortstop Jimmy Rollins?

"First two at-bats, he rolled over sinkers away to second base. The third time — that guy's a former MVP, he's been in the league forever — he reaches out and flips it out to center field for a hit to end my game," Wilson said. ""That just shows you're not going to be able to get guys out the same way every time, no matter how good...

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