Originally Posted by TC81190
OK, but that was 9 and a third innings. Not a monumental sample size, and he's had more of a track record of success than failure.
True, but he would had to have pitched about 26 consecutive scoreless innings to get his ERA down to where it currently is. I don't blame the Reds for giving up on him (even though they didn't really--they traded him for a somewhat productive player). Heck, for all we know, Kozlowski may have requested a change of scenery.