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    Scratched from tonight's game due to shoulder soreness, per Twitter.
    Our brief time at the top of the baseball world was fun while it lasted. I hate the 2013 baseball season already.

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    Mike Daly, director of player development, described as the condition as similar to the “dead arm” period that many pitchers experience during spring training. Daly said Tate’s shoulder is not injured.
    “Dillon continues to get his arm back into shape after the season,” Daly said. “We are being extra precautionary. Look to ramp back up in a few days and get back on the mound.”
    Tate’s workload has dramatically increased in the last three years.
    As a freshman at UC-Santa Barbara in 2013, he pitched only three innings. Tate had 43 1/3 innings as a sophomore and 103 1/3 innings this season. He also pitched for Team USA last summer.


    http://rangersblog.dallasnews.com/20...soreness.html/

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    • #3
      sounds like pre- tommy john news releases we are waay too familiar with. Wish this kid the best. I think he wil be lights out.

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      • #4
        Right-hander Dillon Tate, the Rangers’ top draft pick (No. 4 overall) in June, is expected back on the mound this week for Class A Spokane.

        Tate pitched an inning in late June before the team shut him down out of extreme caution over right triceps soreness. He’s been working on a throwing program for most of July.

        http://www.star-telegram.com/sports/...e29762749.html

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        • #5
          Thanks for the update Ming

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          • #6
            Spokane Indians ‏@spokaneindians
            Dillon Tate strikes out 2 as he sets down the Canadians in order in the first...0-0 top of 2 in Vancouver

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            • #7
              Stefan Stevenson ‏@StevensonFWST
              #Rangers GM Jon Daniels confirmed that 1st rounder Dillon Tate (4th pick overall) was 96 to 100 mph in his outing 3 days ago in Spokane.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by mingjungtc View Post
                Stefan Stevenson ‏@StevensonFWST
                #Rangers GM Jon Daniels confirmed that 1st rounder Dillon Tate (4th pick overall) was 96 to 100 mph in his outing 3 days ago in Spokane.
                Yowsah !!!!

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                • #9
                  J.P. ‏@Jaypers413
                  Congratulations to 1st rounder RHP Dillon Tate, who has been promoted to Low-A @HickoryCrawdads. @Rangers

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                  • #10
                    interesting decision. for the playoffs maybe as a reliever.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by rainag View Post
                      interesting decision. for the playoffs maybe as a reliever.
                      I rather him learn how to pitch than continue to throw 100 mph. And please no, we're already going to yo-yo him back and forth between being a starter and reliever? You have seen what that's done to a lot promising arms in this organization.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by RangersBamBam View Post

                        I rather him learn how to pitch than continue to throw 100 mph. And please no, we're already going to yo-yo him back and forth between being a starter and reliever? You have seen what that's done to a lot promising arms in this organization.
                        They are limiting his innings this year, so they are not starting him and having him throw 5+ innings every start. Try and keep up instead of just knee jerking. If he continues to throw in short stints, I'm sure it will be with plenty of time to warm up, and with no back to back appearances. Arm health comes first for him. And, last I heard, there are a number of really, really good pitchers in the big leagues who can pitch and throw 96+ when they want to. Those aren't mutually exclusive traits you know. Finally, when you are coming back after a layoff for arm fatigues, having your velo up is a good sign, not a bad one.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by rainag View Post
                          interesting decision. for the playoffs maybe as a reliever.


                          UCSB Baseball ‏@UCSB_Baseball
                          Following a promotion Dillon Tate will team up w/ Austin Pettibone in a controlled start for the @HickoryCrawdads tmw



                          Austin Pettibone (24 rd 2014, shoulder injury) was staff ace for the University of California, Santa Barbara, while Dillon Tate was closer.
                          Last edited by mingjungtc; 08-14-2015, 12:09 PM.

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                          • #14
                            Between Luis Ortiz, Tate, and Sadzeck we have a trio of SP prospects who can hit 98-100 mph. Pretty exciting.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by fede e coraggio View Post
                              Between Luis Ortiz, Tate, and Sadzeck we have a trio of SP prospects who can hit 98-100 mph. Pretty exciting.
                              I think Sadzeck ends up in the pen. JMO Muatella can really bring it though

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