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Wieland satisfied with late-season strides

Right-hander Joe Wieland got off to a slow start after his promotion to High-A Bakersfield, but he was able to make adjustments and finished with a dominant final six outings. Lone Star Dugout sat down with the 20-year-old prospect.

Right-hander Joe Wieland raised his stock and made significant strides after his promotion to High-A Bakersfield, though it didn't always show up in the statistics. After posting a 3.34 ERA in 15 starts at Single-A Hickory, Wieland logged 59 innings with High-A Bakersfield and had a 5.19 ERA. He was a bit more hittable––yielding 67 hits in 59 innings––but still threw strikes (10 walks) and missed...

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