Failure Teaches Marlins’ Rosario Finer Points Of Pitching

Righthander Sandy Rosario made his big league debut for the Marlins on Sept. 24, 2010, in Milwaukee. Two of his first three pitches went over the Miller Park fence. His fastball sat at 94-96 mph that day, but he's since come to learn harder isn't always better.

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