Starting pitcher Tyler Matzek returned to the rotation at low Class-A Asheville for the first time in more than a month and allowed two hits, walked five and struck out six in four scoreless innings.
And from SBNation.com ...
Colorado Rockies top pitching prospect and 2009 first round selection Tyler Matzek finally returned to the mound last night for the Asheville Tourists after a month long hiatus from the team to work with his high school pitching instructor.Read the full article
It was a big moment for the Rockies' future, as they allowed Matzek to take this extremely unusual step in hopes he would get his career back on track after a dismal 2011 campaign. ... Matzek threw his first scoreless outing of the season and was generally impressive. The five walks show there is still some control work to be done, but by all accounts he was dominant with three pitches and showed some confidence on the mound for the first time this year.