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Glance at Jameson Taillon’s rise through Pirates organization

Tribune-Review
| Tuesday, April 11, 2017 4:45 p.m
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Pirates pitcher Jameson Taillon under-hands a ball during squeeze play drills at spring training on Feb. 22, 2015, at Pirate City in Bradenton, Fla.
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A 2010 first round draft pick, Jameson Taillon's journey to the Major Leagues was plagued with set backs, including Tommy John surgery. After a summer call-up last year, Taillon has solidified himself at the top end of the Pirates rotation. He makes his 2017 home debut at PNC Park tonight against the Reds.
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Pirates pitching prospect Jameson Taillon works out at mnor league camp on March 13, 2013 during spring training at Pirate City in Bradenton, Florida.
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Curve starting pitcher Jameson Taillon watches from the dugout during a game against Harrisburg on April 11, 2013, at Peoples Natural Gas Field in Altoona.
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Pirates pitcher Jameson Taillon spends the afternoon fishing on a lake near his home outside Bradenton on Feb. 12, 2014, the day before pitchers and catchers had their first work-out of spring training.
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Pirates pitchers Gerrit Cole instructs Jameson Taillon before a game against the Detroit Tigers on March 2, 2016, at McKechnie Field in Bradenton, Fla.
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Pirates pitcher Jameson Taillon steps out of the dugout for his Major League debut against the Mets on June 8, 2016, at PNC Park.
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Pirates pitcher Jameson Taillon delivers the first pitch of his Major League career to the Mets' Alejandro De Aza during the first inning on June 8, 2016, at PNC Park.
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Pirates pitcher Jameson Taillon snags a wayward umbrella in the outfield at LECOM Park on March 25, 2017, before a spring training game against the Detroit Tigers.
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Pirates pitcher Jameson Taillon throws in front of the Green Monster at Fenway Park on Opening Day April 3, 2017, in Boston.
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Pirates pitcher Jameson Taillon walks from the field through the steady snowfall on April 7, 2017, before the home opener against the Braves at PNC Park.
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Pirates pitcher Jameson Taillon takes the field during player introductions before the home opener against the Braves on April 7, 2017, at PNC Park.
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Pirates pitcher Jameson Taillon walks in the outfield before a game against the Reds on April 10, 2017, at PNC Park.

After a summer call-up last year, Taillon has solidified himself at the top end of the Pirates rotation

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