Originally Posted by Homer Bailey
Let's not get carried away. Two games doesn't "prove" anything. Nevermind the fact that his two starts were against the Marlins and the Cubs. Whether he can continue to get by with suspect secondary pitches is still very much a valid question.
That being said, his fastball looks to obviously be a plus pitch.
You're right, it hasn't yet poven anything - I actually meant to word it differently but was in a hurry to leave the house when I made the post.
And I agree it still remains to be seen if he can continue to pitch so effectively, but some folks (I'm not calling you out, I can't even remember which side of that debate you were on) acted as if Chapman would never make it through the 4th inning of his first start only having 2 pitches.
That, and I never miss an opportunity to quote Animal House.