Royals will monitor Brad Keller's workload at end of his first full season as a starter

The Kansas City Star
Royals will monitor Brad Keller's workload at end of his first full season as a starter
Royals will monitor Brad Keller's workload at end of his first full season as a starter

Royals will monitor Brad Keller's workload at end of his first full season as a starter Royals starting pitcher Brad Keller accepted the mantle of staff ace at the start of the season. He's thrown an average of nearly 100 pitches per start, in part, because he feels it's his job to limit the bullpen's usage. Now as Keller approaches the finish line in his first full season as a major-league starter, the Royals will keep a close eye on his usage. Keller (7-13, 4.10 ERA) will make his 27th start of the season Tuesday night when the Royals take on the Baltimore Orioles at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. He'll try to snap out of a recent run in which he's lost his past four starts despite a few solid

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