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    Harang home and road splits

    I was checking out Harangs stats on the Reds website and his home/road splits stood out to me.

    2-3 at home, 6-2 on the road

    Home: 6.00 ERA, 48 Innings, 60 Hits, 9 Homeruns, 13 BB, 54 K
    Road: 1.57 ERA, 57.1 Innings, 47 Hits, 1 Homerun, 14 BB, 51 K


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    Re: Harang home and road splits

    Think how good his numbers would be if we had a home stadium like Washington. Of course his actual record might not be much better considering we score a lot of runs off HRs and then again almost all of AD's dingers would go out of any park.

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    Re: Harang home and road splits

    Seems an anomaly. Last year it was the opposite. Aaron was much better at home...

    Home ERA: 3.31, 101.2 IP, 92H, 11 HR, 26BB, 80K
    Road ERA: 4.30, 111 IP, 125H, 11HR, 25BB, 83K

    He's just happened to have his 3-4 worst starts at home (three pretty bad ones in April, including opening day, skewing the home stats).

    Two solid starters on the rise, both young and relatively cheap. Finally some progress...

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    Re: Harang home and road splits

    Quote Originally Posted by oregonred
    Two solid starters on the rise, both young and relatively cheap. Finally some progress...
    Not to mention a mid- 90's flamethrower sitting in AA, which is often the last step before a major league promotion. These three could be the makings of one of the best rotations in baseball by 2008.

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    Re: Harang home and road splits

    If Todd Coffey's ERA is usually eliminated from competition when Bullpen stats are brought up - what's Aaron's Splits if you remove opening day?
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    Re: Harang home and road splits

    Quote Originally Posted by CTA513
    I was checking out Harangs stats on the Reds website and his home/road splits stood out to me.

    2-3 at home, 6-2 on the road

    Home: 6.00 ERA, 48 Innings, 60 Hits, 9 Homeruns, 13 BB, 54 K
    Road: 1.57 ERA, 57.1 Innings, 47 Hits, 1 Homerun, 14 BB, 51 K

    Maybe the Reds should wear the black caps and black sleeves at home when Harang pitches!
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    Re: Harang home and road splits

    Quote Originally Posted by Heath
    If Todd Coffey's ERA is usually eliminated from competition when Bullpen stats are brought up - what's Aaron's Splits if you remove opening day?
    5.44 ERA


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