Philadelphia Phillies (MLB): 2013 Regular Season
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05-10-2013, 11:43 AM
Join Date: Jun 2011
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Definitely. Here's his numbers.
2010: (AA) 24.2 IP, 10.22 k/9, 1.82 BB/9, 5.60 k/BB, 2.19 ERA, 2.59 FIP
2011: (AA) 34.1 IP, 11.27 k/9, 3.67 BB/9, 3.07 k/BB, 2.10 ERA, 2.56 FIP
(AAA) 41 IP, 12.29 k/9, 2.41 BB/9, 5.09 k/BB, 3.73 ERA, 2.44 FIP
2012: (AAA) 21.2 IP, 9.14 k/9, 1.25 BB/9, 7.33 k/BB, 2.49 ERA, 2.78 FIP
(MLB) 10.2 IP, 6.75 k/9, 4.22 BB/9, 1.60 k/BB, 3.38 ERA, 3.00 FIP
2013: (AAA) 18.0 IP, 7.50 k/9, 3.00 BB/9, 2.50 k/BB, 1.50 ERA, 2.87 FIP
2012 was his injury year, so maybe the only reason he is down in AAA is because they want to get him back up to speed down there first before bringing him up? I don't know, I'm just trying to find a reason.
I know there's a couple people on here that have seen him pitch, does it seem like his injury has made him less effective? His K's are down and BB's are up, but its only been 18 innings, a couple more good innings and those numbers could be right in line with where they were before.
There's nothing wrong with him. Amaro has been doing this all year. Durbin over DeFratus. Cloyd (major league experience) over Morgan. D. Young over Ruf. He will not give the younger guys a chance and the team is paying for it. At least if the young guys were playing it would be exciting.
But no let's just keep treading water. That makes sense.
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