Originally Posted by PuffyPig
You are right only if you are a big believer in W-L record and small sample sizes and ignore things like BABIP, HR/FB rate, K-rate, W-rate etc.
I do believe in riding a hot hand. And All of the things listed above are for determining one thing, how many runs will the pitcher allow.
Bailey has done a superior job, on the road and more recently, in both things.