Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Brandon Workman has taken the loss in each of his last eight starts, but they haven’t all been terrible outings.
It’s a lack of consistency that has Workman yo-yoing between Triple-A Pawtucket and the big leagues, but luckily, the 26-year-old recognizes that and is still confident in himself.
“I haven’t been as consistent as I’d like to be, but I have thrown the ball well at points in different games this year,” Workman said. “The consistency hasn’t been there like I would have liked it to have been, but I still feel like I’m fully capable when I’m doing the job that I need to do on the mound, that I’m fully capable of being a starter.”
Hear more from Workman in the video above.
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