Francisco Liriano has been the Twins' most consistent strikeout pitcher for quite some time now, but trying to strike out every hitter has gotten him in trouble. That's why Liriano says he's "just trying to hit my spot and whatever happens, happens." The lefty says his new strategy is working, "so far."
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Liriano needs to 'clear my head'
Francisco Liriano's next start is expected to come May 1. In the meantime, the struggling lefty will use the extra time off to "clear my head." He'll throw bullpen sessions Wednesday and Saturday to try and figure out his problems. He says "missing one start is going to be good for me."
Twins taking a step back with Liriano
After another rough outing the Minnesota Twins plan to "take a step back" with Francisco Liriano. Ron Gardenhire says "we're going to step back to see what we need to do to try to get his confidence back." If this means a move to the bullpen, Liriano said, "That would be OK with me."
Liriano ready to get back on the mound
Francisco Liriano has had nine days to relax and refocus in hopes of finding success on the mound again. After struggling to throw strikes, Liriano says he's keeping the ball down and "things are working out way better" after throwing a couple of bullpen sessions. He'll start Tuesday night against the Angels.
Liriano confident adjustments to his mechanics will help him this season
Francisco Liriano worked hard on his mechanics during the off-season and he's hoping it pays off. Ron Gardenhire says, "sometimes he gets out of whack, and you wonder, 'What the hell are we doing?' That's Frankie." Liriano says, "physically and mentally, I'm getting better."
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