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23 hours ago, ROMAD1 said:

2 games with 1.1 innings pitched and a 27.00 ERA.

He's got nowhere to go but up.

I can live with Gose walking and plunking guys as he's getting his feet wet.

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1 hour ago, ROMAD1 said:

He had a great game today

1ip w 3 k

He has 4 appearances spanning 5 IP without a hit, run or walk. AA beckons!

I wonder if he is actually throwing multiple pitches?

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35 minutes ago, ROMAD1 said:

I guess he did ok today as well.  Trending 

came in with 2 out and gave up a hit to the 1st man he faced, got the K to end the inning. Then walked  the #9 hitter to lead off the next inning but got out of it with a K and two fly balls. The lead off walk with his team up by one is probably not what you want to see but his ERA is dropping like a rock. Heck, he's a better story right now than almost any player in Detroit other than Avila and Alex's story is hardly unalloyed good news as the better he plays the more likely we'll be watching him in another jersey soon.

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have not seen any prognosis for him.  Has he been shut down for 2017?  Will he be back in 2018?

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6 minutes ago, ROMAD1 said:

have not seen any prognosis for him.  Has he been shut down for 2017?  Will he be back in 2018?

It's been 7 weeks but he is still only listed on the 7 day list. LFT only has 7 games left so it doesn't make much difference now anyway.

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4 hours ago, plantcitytigersfan said:

He coaches first occasionally and is usually in the dugout

 

Larry

any word on a plan for his rehab? 

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This is the bizonkers. 

Who is this reporter for the Houston Chronicle and why isn't he in Washington, DC during the 2017 renaissance of investigative journalism? 

https://www.chron.com/sports/astros/article/Outfielder-turned-Astros-pitcher-Anthony-Gose-12724687.php

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Gose speaks with a rural Alabaman accent that, while it does not sound out the "G" in gerunds, seems suspiciously inconsistent. Sometimes his voice flattens for a crisp delivery. Occasionally, the drawl garbles words like they went down a garbage disposal. Published biographical information about Gose unanimously states he was raised in Bellflower, Calif.

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Gose talks about himself like Sidd Finch and sounds like Forrest Gump. It is difficult to tell if he is confident or comedic, curt or clever, factual or false.

The notion of Gose being himself on a mound or anywhere seemed up for debate - just not with him.

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To make matters worse, a public shouting match with Class AAA manager Lloyd McClendon led to the Tigers' suspending and demoting Gose.

Gose felt wronged by McClendon. Gose's family still harbors bitterness about a situation they said the Tigers mishandled. McClendon later said the disagreement was not a big deal and that he and Gose repaired their relationship.

Gose lost favor with the organization. The Tigers made a new plan for him on the mound last season, but he longed to be in the grass. He still would rather play the outfield.

Worth a look.  Gose just seems like one of those weird dudes.   

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As of this post he is at High A with the Texas Rangers in Kinston, NC

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