Originally Posted by Scrap Irony
He's given up seven more hits than innings pitched, gives up taters at a 0.9 rate, walks a bunch (3.9/9), and Ks 8.0/9.
I like the mid- to high-90s fastball, but, at this point, don't see much beyond a guy like Scott Carroll.
Completely different guy as a reliever though. Only AA numbers:
Entire Season ERA IP H HR BB SO GO/AO
Reliever 2.56 31.2 27 2 10 30 0.84
Starter 9.18 16.2 28 3 11 13 1.69
The difference is startling. He walked more in half the innings. What is really interesting is the change in GO/AO. While I prefer the actual breakdown of all BIP and not just outs, that much of a difference is going to show up in either way you break it down.