Go-to pitch makes ‘em split

Split-finger fastball helps Carasiti shut down Osprey

Matthew Carasiti was dominant Thursday night for Grand Junction, allowing only three hits in seven innings of the Rockies’ 3-1 victory over Missoula at Suplizio Field. Carasiti retired the Osprey in order in five of his seven innings.



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Matthew Carasiti was dominant Thursday night for Grand Junction, allowing only three hits in seven innings of the Rockies’ 3-1 victory over Missoula at Suplizio Field. Carasiti retired the Osprey in order in five of his seven innings.

The splitter is back in Matt Carasiti’s repertoire. And the return of the split-finger fastball has given the Grand Junction Rockies’ sixth-round draft pick all the confidence he…




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