Originally Posted by OnBaseMachine
You brought up his stats earlier in another thread and I pointed out that his numbers were just fine until Texas Tech decided to move him into the rotation late in the season. He got rocked in those few starts and saw his numbers go to hell. The Reds know what he can do as a reliever. He's got two plus pitches and pitched well against a tough Big-12.
Oh, I didn't see your reply. That is very good to hear. I was wondering why everyone was so high on him when his numbers looked so average. It's one thing to have a good arm, but some guys just can't put it together when the lights are on. However, maybe it was just his stint as a starter that skewed Stewart's numbers like you said. That is great to hear.