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McCovey Chronicles Oct 16, 2014

Hunter Strickland reportedly tipping pitches

Mechanics were tweaked. Mistakes were made. I was Hunter Strickland would be the chosen one. I was hoping he would be an older, wiser, less obnoxious Francisco Rodriguez. Oh, how the Giants could use someone like that, another bridge from the starting pitcher to Santiago Casilla. Except Strickland has allowed four home runs in four innings this postseason, some of which burned up upon reentry. The consensus: Strickland can't get left-handers out. Which bothered me. This isn't Steve Reed, dropping down and florping in sliders. He throws 97. His breaking ball has snap. He commands his...
Rotoworld Oct 16, 2014

Casilla saves Game 4, Giants one win away - Santiago Casilla (R) San Francisco Giants

Santiago Casilla earned the save in the Giants' win over the Cardinals in Game 4 of the NLCS on Wednesday.
Sacramento Bee Oct 10, 2014

Giants' Casilla better than ever

SAN FRANCISCO - Santiago Casilla seemed frazzled as he faced the dangerous Bryce Harper to close out the National League Division Series. After getting two quick strikes, Casilla's pitches suddenly started flying all over the place, and he appeared to have lost his rhythm and nerve for the situation.
San Jose Mercury News Oct 9, 2014

Casilla and Romo provide Giants with a sense of security

San Francisco Giants' bullpen has become one of the team's strengths with Santiago Casilla closing and Sergio Romo in the eighth.

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