BTW, no offense, but I hate it when people use the career minor league numbers in an analysis. What a guy did at Class A or in the Rookie league means little more than a weeding out process to get him to the high minors or to develop raw skills. What he did in the high minors over the last couple years is really all that matters as far as projecting his big league readiness IMO. Some guys play at A ball as a 19 Y/O and are overmatched and it hurts those career numbers (see Mesoraco, Devin). Others are seasoned college guys who tear up Billings (Frazier for example) which inflates those career numbers. In Ondrusek's case, he was a ham and egger on the verge of independent ball until he developed a new pitch and became a pretty good reliever in the high minors. What he did in the low minors was as a completely different pitcher (and as a starter w/o enough assortment of pitches to go through a line-up multiple times) and those numbers and the resulting impact on the career minor league line just don't matter much.