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Change Has Finnegan Moving In Right Direction

BURLINGTON, IA - A mechanical adjustment in his delivery has helped a Beloit starting pitcher spin a better breaking ball and experience positive results through his first five starts in the season.

Right-hander Kyle Finnegan, a sixth-round selection in last June's draft, struggled last summer during a limited first run through the Midwest League. Back with the Beloit Snappers in 2014, Finnegan has gained more consistency with the third pitch in his arsenal, which has enabled him to get more outs through his first 28.2 innings of 2014. "We worked on shortening my stride just a little bit to... Recommended Stories

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