Arizona Diamondbacks' Taijuan Walker wants chance at October redemption
The lasting image of Taijuan Walker's 2017 season is a bottom of the first inning that needed 48 pitches and took 27 minutes. Walker came off the mound at Dodger Stadium, vanished into the dugout and never took the field again.
His outing in Game 1 of the Division Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers was a nightmare. His voice is soft yet determined when he reflects on it. The outing still bothers him.
“I was the starter that day and I had a chance to set the tone and I didn't do my job,” Walker said. “I'm pissed off about it, but I definitely learned from it. When we get back there, I'll... read more
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