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DENVER — Colorado catcher Chris Iannetta is quite familiar with the challenge that awaits the Rockies on Wednesday when left-hander Patrick Corbin starts for the Arizona Diamondbacks.Iannetta spent last season with the Diamondbacks [url=][/url] , meaning he caught Corbin (11-5, 3.01 ERA), who will oppose Jon Gray (11-7, 4.69).The Diamondbacks’ 6-3 victory Tuesday moved them within 2 1/2 games of the Rockies (79-65), who lead the National League West by 1 1/2 games over the Los Angeles Dodgers. The win was only the third in 11 games for the Diamondbacks (77-68), who are four games behind St. Louis for the final wild-card spot.Article continues below ...Corbin has allowed three or fewer runs in seven straight starts. He’s 4-1, 2.23 in that span with five walks and 57 strikeouts in 44 1/3 innings and two home runs allowed. He has limited opposing hitters to a .202 average and .524 OPS during that stretch.Overall this season, Corbin has had more success against right-handed hitters, limiting them to a .203 average and .553 OPS in 554 plate appearances. By contrast, left-handed hitters are batting .238 with a .704 OPS in 158 plate appearances.He won his last start Friday against Atlanta, allowing one run and four hits in six innings with one walk and nine strikeouts as the Diamondbacks beat the Braves 5-3.In two starts against the Rockies this season, Corbin is 1-0, 3.60. He’s 8-3 [url=]Reggie Jackson Jersey[/url] , 4.66 in 19 games (18 starts) against the Rockies.“I think first and foremost, the angle he creates with his fastball,” Iannetta said. “He has a really good downhill angle on it. He pitches inside really well to righties and away to lefties. He’s able to throw his two-seamer down and away to righties. He mixes in a change, which I was a big fan of, and then he’s got a plus slider.“That’s been the pitch that really sets him apart. His ability to back-foot that slider (to righties), to throw it for strikes inside and away. It’s really two pitches in one. When it ends up being backdoor, it’s more like a curveball to a rightie. When it’s more back foot, it’s more true slider. So he’s a three-pitch guy, but he’s really a four-pitch guy.”Arizona is 17-12 in starts by Corbin. The Rockies are 16-11 in starts by Gray, who has made 13 starts since he last lost June 17.In 10 starts since returning from Triple-A Albuquerque, where he made two starts in July, Gray is 4-0, 3.17 with 16 walks and 49 strikeouts in 65 1/3 innings while limiting opposing hitters to a .209 average.Gray received a no-decision Friday against the Dodgers when the Rockies lost 4-2. Gray issued a career-high tying five walks in four innings while yielding four hits and two runs with four strikeouts. He threw 85 pitches in four innings [url=][/url] , 49 for strikes, and since that start has worked in particular on his fastball command and being aggressive.“I want to get back to attacking the zone,” Gray said. “I feel I didn’t throw as many pitches in the zone and attack as I used to. I just want to get back to down and away (for strikes with the fastball). That pretty much fixes everything else. You feel like you’re getting pretty good glove side (location). With me it’s just fill up the strike zone more. The last 10 starts or whatever were efficient; that one wasn’t.” TORONTO (AP) — The Blue Jays are certain they want slugging prospect Vladimir Guerrero Jr. to be at the center of their youth movement and rebuild.As for who is on the field around Guerrero when Toronto is ready to push for the playoffs again, that is what the team hopes to start figuring out this season.Just two years removed from a second consecutive AL Championship Series appearance, the Blue Jays have turned over the core of those postseason teams and started transitioning to the future. All over the diamond this season, young players will be given the opportunity to establish themselves. Besides Guerrero, several more gifted prospects are advancing through the minors.Aware that not all his talented youngsters will become productive big leaguers, Blue Jays President Mark Shapiro is hesitant to put a timeline on Toronto’s return to competitiveness.“There’s no limit to how quickly it can happen,” Shapiro said during a conference call. “But there’s also no certainty to how fast it will happen. That’s why it’s important to not stake it on one or two or three players. You’ve got to have a lot of players and a lot of players coming.”Still, no single player looks likely to make a bigger impact on Toronto’s fortunes than the powerful Guerrero, currently recovering from a strained left oblique. The son of a Hall of Famer, he hit .381 with 20 home runs and 77 RBIs in 91 games at Double-A and Triple-A last season.Catcher Danny Jansen, infielder Lourdes Gurriel Jr. and outfielder Billy McKinney are among the other promising players who will get their chance in Toronto this season. While success in the tough AL East won’t come easy [url=]Glenn Hubbard Jersey[/url] , Shapiro doesn’t want his youngsters accepting defeat, either.“The expectation is we go out and compete with no limitations in our own mind,” Shapiro said.ANOTHER SON RISINGToronto’s most productive batter this spring was Bo Bichette, son of former slugger Dante Bichette. A shortstop, he hit .417 with four homers in 18 games. Bichette has yet to play at Triple-A, where he’ll start the season.STARTING WITH STRORight-hander Marcus Stroman will start Toronto’s opening day game, at home against Detroit on March 28. The MVP of Team USA’s World Baseball Classic victory in 2017, Stroman had a down year in 2018, starting late because of a sore shoulder and shutting down early because of blisters. In between, he was 4-9 with a career-worst 5.54 ERA. Finally injury-free this spring, he has looked strong again. “Stroman is the right guy,” manager Charlie Montoyo said. “He’s pitching great.”ROOKIES TO WATCHJansen, who turns 24 in April [url=]Rickey Henderson Jersey[/url] , will get the bulk of the playing time behind the plate. A 16th round draft pick in 2013, Jansen didn’t hit much in his first few minor league seasons. After being diagnosed with astigmatism, Jansen started wearing glasses before the 2017 season, when he hit .323 at three minor league levels. He played in the All-Star Futures game last summer before joining the Blue Jays in August.NEW FACESSure-handed infielder Freddy Galvis was the only significant position player acquired over the winter, but the Blue Jays added plenty of pitching. Left-hander Clayton Richard arrived in a trade with San Diego, while right-handers Clay Buchholz, Matt Shoemaker and David Phelps signed as free agents. Toronto also signed righties Bud Norris and John Axford to minor league deals.NEW COACHESPitching coach Pete Walker and third base coach Luis Rivera are the only holdovers from former manager John Gibbons’ staff and the newcomers are from all over. Montoyo joined from the Rays, bench coach Dave Hudgens was with the Astros, first base coach Mike Budzinski came from Cleveland, bullpen coach Matt Buschmann worked for the Giants and hitting coach Guillermo Martinez was previously with the Cubs. “I’m excited about this new staff,” outfielder Kevin Pillar said. “They come from places that all have a pedigree of winning.”

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