Originally Posted by HometownHero
Yeah no luck at all to that .400 BA with RISP as it happens all the time or that 32 straight scoreless innings on the back of 3 shutouts in a row for the first time in 25 years all while leading the NL in two our runs. They have the skill to be 2nd in the NL in total runs despite being 14th in walks and 10th in OPS while being dead last with one SB attempted and slightly below average in HR.
Luck has nothing to do with the starting pitching. Beginning with Garcia's start in the first game of the cincy stl series the cards starting pitching has been downright filthy. SP is king. As a reds fan, you above all should understand that