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Phil Hughes News Archive
Hughes gave up six runs (five earned) on nine hits and two home runs over two innings in Wednesday's loss to Houston.
Hughes threw five scoreless innings with four strikeouts while allowing just one walk and two hits in Friday's win over Tampa Bay.
Hughes gave up four runs over five innings Sunday as his spring ERA rose to 7.00. However, he focused on adding a changeup back to his repertoire and feels healthy. "Overall I was pleased with the progress I have been making on the command, and I feel my velocity is coming back," he told the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
Hughes gave up a run on three hits and two walks with one strikeout over two innings in his second spring training outing in Thursday's tie with Baltimore. "I felt a lot more comfortable," Hughes told the St. Paul Pioneer Press. "Compared to last time, it was miles better."
Hughes gave up two runs over two innings with four hits allowed in his spring debut Saturday. It was his first game since season-ending surgery to relieve thoracic outlet syndrome in July. "Felt like it had been 8 1/2 months," Hughes told MLB.com.