Originally Posted by gilpdawg
There are factors in play there that aren't necessarily under his control. Plus, his ERA is sort of inflated by that one disaster start vs. MIL.
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There are enough guys whose ERA isn't inflated by anything to make that a moot point.
And nothing a pitcher does is truely under his control. The results of everything he does depends on the actions of others. Unless he is pitching in his backyard against the garage wall, and the results are all in his head