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Kahnle Finds Rhythm Again

Opposing batters hit just .182 off of Kahnle

The last few weeks of the regular season were not so easy for Trenton Thunder pitcher Tommy Kahnle. In his last six relief appearances before the playoffs, the right-hander had given up seven earned runs and was starting to lose track of his mechanics. For the Double-A club, he had been one of the most reliable options out of the bullpen to end games and led the team with 15 saves.

He admitted he was starting to grow frustrated because he was letting runners reach base. In his last 15.1 innings pitched, he allowed 15 hits and 15 walks. "I kind of lost a little confidence because I was walking so many guys," Kahnle said. "I finally got over it and I'm just trying to bear down and throw some strikes. "I really want [learn] from when I struggled. I want to figure it out... Recommended Stories

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