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Perez controlling the effort

ROUND ROCK, Texas – After yielding just three earned runs over his last five Triple-A starts, left-hander Martin Perez is set to make his return to the major leagues on Saturday. Lone Star Dugout caught up with Round Rock pitching coach Brad Holman to discuss the 22-year-old lefty's progress.

Pure stuff has never been an issue for Rangers top pitching prospect Martin Perez. His command––and more specifically controlling the effort level in his delivery––has been another story over the last few years. But as Triple-A Round Rock pitching coach Brad Holman explains in the following interview, Perez is beginning to mature on the mound. Over the last couple years, Perez has had issues...

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