WASHINGTON -- Rockies left-handed pitching prospect Drew Pomeranz appears to be grasping the consistency he was sent to Triple-A Colorado Springs to find.
Pomeranz limited Tacoma to two runs and five hits in seven innings Friday night in a home victory over Tacoma. That performance came on the heels of 6 2/3 scoreless innings in a victory over Las Vegas in his previous start.
The two solid starts break a pattern of dominant performances in the first three or four innings, followed by perplexing troubles. The new-found staying power makes Pomeranz a viable candidate for a big league callup at some point.
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