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Hunter 'paying' for his curveball

Hunter can throw up to 20 curveballs per game

SAN ANTONIO - Tommy Hunter may be focused on having success at the Double-A level, but he is also looking to improve his changeup. Lone Star Dugout profiles Hunter's latest start while taking a look at his unique way of developing the offspeed pitch.

"It was good – a solid outing," said Frisco hurler Tommy Hunter after his start on June 6. "There were a couple of mistakes here and there. The ball carried a little bit on that last ball and they scored two runs." Although the ‘Riders lost by a 2-0 score, Hunter pitched well. The right-hander went seven innings – throwing 101 pitches – giving up two runs on five hits. He walked three and struck...

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