Originally Posted by Benihana
Thanks for the updates.
As far as Travieso goes, I'd rather see a line like tonight's (6 IP, 4 ER, 6 K) than what he's been putting up previously (less than 0.5 K/IP) even if he's giving up more runs. At this stage in his development, the stuff (K's) is more important than the results (ERA).
For the first half of the game, he was sitting low 90's. The second half of the game he was throwing several MPH higher, consistently. The slider also sounded like it was much more consistent listening to the radio broadcast.