Drew Pomeranz was underwhelming for the Red Sox upon arriving in Boston in mid-July of last year.
The left-hander went 3-5 with a 4.59 in 13 starts in a Red Sox uniform to end the 2016 season. The 2017 campaign, however, has been a completely different tale of the tape for Pomeranz.
Entering Wednesday, the 28-year-old boasts a 12-4 record with a 3.31 ERA and has been Boston’s most consistent starting pitcher outside of Chris Sale. While a lot can be credited for Pomeranz’s impressive turnaround, Red Sox pitching coach Carl Willis believes the biggest reason for the lefty’s success is a regaining of confidence.
To hear more from Lewis on Pomeranz’s terrific season thus far, check out the video above from “Red Sox Gameday Live,” presented by DCU.
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