Originally Posted by Superdude
Same here. High BB/High K I can deal with, but High BB/Low K is awfully troubling from a guy who was supposed to save the franchise just a year or so ago. Hopefully a year in Louisville will help him figure out what it takes to put away more disciplined hitters.
Right now it is low bb/k
As Homer's velocity rises and he starts tossing 96-98 heaters more repeatedly, he will turn some of those groundout/flyouts into k's.
Though I think Homer should be required to put up a k/9 of 9 in AAA before he can be called up. After the deficit he has built for himself, that means some time working out of it.