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9 months agoDetroit Tigers starting pitcher Matthew Boyd has lost 15 pounds in the offseason as part of a calculated plan to take his game to another level in 2019. He hired a performance coach this offseason in Devin McKee. “We did DNA-based testing,” said Boyd, who turns 28 next Saturday. “We basically looked at my genes and found out what works for me and what doesn’t work for me. I was fighting losing battles with diet stuff, when I thought I was eating healthy." The left-hander has more energy, is lifting more weight and is better stamina-wise. Boyd had career bests in ERA (4.39), WHIP (1.16), WAR (2.1), starts (31), innings (170 1/3), strikeouts (159) and opponents' average (.228) in 2018. He finished the year on a sour note, but if Boyd can carry over the strides he made last year, he should be a serviceable starter for those in AL-only leagues in the right matchups.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBaller
Source: The Detroit News - Chris McCosky

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