CALGARY - Every starting pitcher wants to throw a complete game.
Calgary Stampeders starting quarterback Drew Tate is no different.
There’s no doubting his talent or determination.
It’s his ability to stay on the field that will, once again, be under the microscope.
Tate has a perfect record in the five career games in which he has started and finished, but he had just two last season — the season-opener and the West Division semifinal.
He’s looking to leave the ‘injury-prone’ tag in the rearview mirror in 2013.