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Garland shows he’s got right stuff

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week Welcome home, Jon. “This is definitely up there (among career highlights), to come here in my first postseason start on the West Coast, where we haven’t had too much success over the past few years and to be able to do that for my team was pretty exciting,” said Garland, who struck out seven. “It’s something I’ll remember.” Pitching coach Don Cooper remembers the old Garland. That Garland was good in that he won 12 games in each season between 2002-04. But Garland has won seven – and counting, perhaps – more games this year. “It’s been a process with this guy but he wasn’t dog meat before,” Cooper said. “He won 12 games three years in a row. A lot of guys want to say that. He’s had high expectations in his career. At one time, he was the youngest pitcher in baseball. He wasn’t ready to deal with some of that stuff. He’s a totally different guy, but that’s been his growth.” Garland, a first-round draft pick by the Chicago Cubs in 1997 who was traded the following year, was as good in the first inning as he was in the last. Save for a walk to leadoff batter Chone Figgins to start the game and a two-run homer by Orlando Cabrera, Garland was magnificent. He worked ahead in the count and, not surprisingly, 88 of his 118 pitches were strikes. He faced only three batters over the minimum 27 through nine innings. Vladimir Guerrero, Garret Anderson and Bengie Molina – the heart of the Angels’ order – were a combined 1 for 10. The White Sox’s past three starters have pitched a combined 26 innings. Basically, the only work the bullpen is getting is on the side. There was activity in the bullpen after Cabrera’s home run, but it wasn’t necessary. “(Catcher) A.J. (Pierzynski) came out and calmed me down,” Garland said. “I was upset with the pitch that I threw, mad at myself because I shook him off and he wanted something different.” This season, the White Sox have a different Garland. Perhaps, the real Garland. Jill Painter, (818) [email protected] 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The Chicago White Sox right-hander was no different Friday than he was during the regular season but it was no ordinary day. This was his first postseason appearance, on the road and following 13 days of rest. He didn’t rely on his trademark sinker but his four-seam fastball. Whatever he did, it worked. Garland, a Kennedy of Granada Hills graduate, allowed just four hits in a complete-game gem as the White Sox dominated the Angels 5-2 in Game 3 of the American League Championship Series. center_img ANAHEIM – Now that was the real Jon Garland. The same Garland that won a career-high 18 games in the regular season and set bests in complete games, strikeouts, shutouts, ERA and innings pitched. last_img read more