Two pitchers with nasty stuff, with Wheeler in his prime, and Morton, who is somewhat of an anomaly, having his best years as a pitcher in his mid to late 30’s. Regardless, watching these two arms go up against each other is going to be a treat. Let’s take a look at their matchup from last week.
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