I was looking at the box from friday nights game on mlb.com and they had Guardado's era listed in the 5's. I know that when a player use to switch leagues his stats would be kept seperate from the other league. Does anyone know if this rule has changed or does mlb.com just keep them together unoficially. By the way a 1,2,3 ninth was pretty sweet to watch no matter what the score was.
Re: Stats Question
His ERA with the Reds is 0.00. :lol:
But overall, he has appeared in 29 games, pitched 24 innings (kinda low), with a 5.25 ERA.
He fairs far better facing lefties then righties.
Not an expert in this area, but park factors may be influential as to why he hasn't faired well. Fenway and the Metrodome have not been kind to him.
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