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4 hours ago, LA2 said:

But considering the current season, he wasn't ready at all in that relief appearance. Who knows how long it will take someone who has such middling "stuff."

I don't think Elias thought he had enough SP to get the team through the season. Straily will likely give you 6IPs at a low 4 ERA most days. Having days where Hess doesn't last long and another starter is similarly struggling would be taxing on the pen every 5 days. I think it helps with the product that fans have to watch this season even if expectations are that we finish in the basement. 

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11 minutes ago, Bahama O's Fan said:

For several reasons, I think, going from the NL to pitching for us in the AL East adds about a run to your ERA

Is there any statistical data that proves that moving from the NL to the AL will add a run to a pitchers ERA? This isn't the first time Straily pitched in the AL several season ago for Oakland, had 27 starts with a 3.96 era.

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Just now, Roll Tide said:

Is there any statistical data that proves that moving from the NL to the AL will add a run to a pitchers ERA? This isn't the first time Straily pitched in the AL several season ago for Oakland, had 27 starts with a 3.96 era.

Not NL just to AL, to AL East, specifically pitching for the Os against NY and BOS 19 times a year

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6 hours ago, LA2 said:

Are you actually expecting that to happen within the next month?

The season has more than five months left. I have no idea when it might happen.

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8 hours ago, Bahama O's Fan said:

Not NL just to AL, to AL East, specifically pitching for the Os against NY and BOS 19 times a year

Can you quote any stat that would prove your claim that isn’t a one off or small sample size? Thanks 

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Straily scouting report against A's tonight:

FB: 88-91 that was hit hard (98.8 EV avg). 2 Swinging strikes in 21 pitches
SL: 82-87 that didn't miss any bats in 23 pitches. (92.7 EV)
CH: 83-84 that got two swinging strikes. (88.1EV) 

87 was the ML average EV in 2018.

 

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30 minutes ago, Tony-OH said:

Straily scouting report against A's tonight:

FB: 88-91 that was hit hard (98.8 EV avg). 2 Swinging strikes in 21 pitches
SL: 82-87 that didn't miss any bats in 23 pitches. (92.7 EV)
CH: 83-84 that got two swinging strikes. (88.1EV) 

87 was the ML average EV in 2018.

 

The Orioles wanted to ease him in but injuries made  him a starter.Might take him another week or so to get a little better 

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16 hours ago, Roll Tide said:

I don't think Elias thought he had enough SP to get the team through the season. Straily will likely give you 6IPs at a low 4 ERA most days. Having days where Hess doesn't last long and another starter is similarly struggling would be taxing on the pen every 5 days. I think it helps with the product that fans have to watch this season even if expectations are that we finish in the basement. 

Now you have it right: Elias needs to use Straily to eat innings (even if ineffectively) in order to expose emerging pitchers according to their developmental choreography as the season progresses. 

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16 hours ago, Roll Tide said:

Is there any statistical data that proves that moving from the NL to the AL will add a run to a pitchers ERA? This isn't the first time Straily pitched in the AL several season ago for Oakland, had 27 starts with a 3.96 era.

No.

But we will all witness it happen in OPACY, yet again.

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8 hours ago, Roll Tide said:

Can you quote any stat that would prove your claim that isn’t a one off or small sample size? Thanks 

No. Just the way it looks to the "naked eye"

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Nice bounce-back outing for Straily.

He was a little unlucky in the 5th inning, when the lead-off batter reached safely via an infield single ........ after the following batter hit a long-single to create a runners on 1st and 3rd with nobody out situation, Straily did a reasonably good job of minimizing the damage by allowing only a single run to score.

 

 

15 OUTS: )7 Groundouts, 4 Lineouts, 2 Strikeouts2 Flyouts

 

DANIEL STEVEN STRAILY o)))o (vs. RED SOX, 4/15)

IP:lll5

H:lll2 )(2 Singles)

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BB:lll)l

SO:lll2

Pitches: ll)86 )(51 )Strikes, )35)Balls)

2019 ERA: ))10.24  ))  9.67 IP  (11 ER) 

2019 WHIP: ))1.862  ))  9.67 IP  (18 H/BB)

2019 OPPONENTS BATTING AVG: )).349 ) (15 for 43) 

 

PITCHES BY INNING

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11 lll(71 lllStrikes, lll41 lllBalls)

21 lll(13 llStrikes, lll81 lllBalls)

12 ll(61 lllStrikes, lll61 lllBalls)

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On 4/10/2019 at 10:49 PM, Bahama O's Fan said:

No. Just the way it looks to the "naked eye"

 

Straily looked very pedestrian today 🙄 (Rolling Eyes)

 

just havking on you but I think this is closer to what you will get than his last start. As I mentioned I think it plays out that he's the 3rd best starter on the team before all is said and done.

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