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2 minutes ago, Going Underground said:

Ed Encina said he was stretching in the bullpen and an unknown reliever ran into his elbow.

So are we going to blame Wright?

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DARREN CHRISTOPHER O'DAY )))))))) (vs. BLUE JAYS, 6/10)

 

l.l.l.. Inning Pitched

0 )llllll Runs

0 )llllll Hits

0 ) llllllWalks ) 

2 )llllll Strikeouts

17 )llll Pitches )l(9 )Strikes, ))Balls

 

 

2018 ERA:llllllllllllll 3.52  )  15.33 IP  (6 ER)

2018 WHIP: lllllllll 0.913  )  15.33 IP  (14 H/BB)

2018 OPPONENTS BATTING AVG: lll .211  )  (12 for 57)

 

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This was the 2nd consecutive outing in which O'Day pitched a 3-up/3-down inning since returning from an injury ........ and in both outings, 2 out of the 3 outs that he recorded came via the Strikeout.

 

DARREN CHRISTOPHER O'DAY )))))))) (vs. RED SOX, 6/12)

 

l.l.l.. Inning Pitched

0 )llllll Runs

0 )llllll Hits

0 ) llllllWalks ) 

2 )llllll Strikeouts

15 )llll Pitches )l(10 )Strikes, )5)Balls

 

 

2018 ERA:llllllllllllll 3.31  )  16.33 IP  (6 ER)

2018 WHIP: lllllllll 0.857  )  16.33 IP  (14 H/BB)

2018 OPPONENTS BATTING AVG: lll .200  )  (12 for 60)

 

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To me, Darren has looked fantastic most of the time this year.   His big problem is that 3 of the 12 hits he’s allowed have been homers, one of which was a 3-run job.   That’s 5 of the 6 runs he’s allowed. I expect good things from Darren if he stays healthy the rest of the season.   

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12 minutes ago, Frobby said:

 

To me, Darren has looked fantastic most of the time this year. His big problem is that 3 of the 12 hits he’s allowed have been homers, one of which was a 3-run job. That’s 5 of the 6 runs he’s allowed. I expect good things from Darren if he stays healthy the rest of the season.   

 

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That would explain his outstanding WHIP (0.857) and OPP BA (.200), but only pretty good ERA (3.31)

 

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1 hour ago, Frobby said:

To me, Darren has looked fantastic most of the time this year.   His big problem is that 3 of the 12 hits he’s allowed have been homers, one of which was a 3-run job.   That’s 5 of the 6 runs he’s allowed. I expect good things from Darren if he stays healthy the rest of the season.   

If he stays healthy for another month or so and keeps his numbers close to what they are, O'Day will be a sneaky good trade candidate.  He's owed $9 mil next year which is no longer premium money for a reliever.

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24 minutes ago, 25 Nuggets said:

If he stays healthy for another month or so and keeps his numbers close to what they are, O'Day will be a sneaky good trade candidate.  He's owed $9 mil next year which is no longer premium money for a reliever.

Well, it's still premium money for a good reliever.  Maybe not a top-shelf closer.  But O'Day isn't that.  

I think he can be dealt, I just wouldn't expect anything beyond a C prospect. 

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4 hours ago, 25 Nuggets said:

If he stays healthy for another month or so and keeps his numbers close to what they are, O'Day will be a sneaky good trade candidate.  He's owed $9 mil next year which is no longer premium money for a reliever.

Just remember he's got trade protection which generally lowers a player's return when traded.

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1 hour ago, Can_of_corn said:

Just remember he's got trade protection which generally lowers a player's return when traded.

He is now 10-and-5 and can veto any trade.   My guess is it’s DC or nothing.  

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In 3 outings since returning from injury, O'Day has ceded only 1 base-runner (a Double) while not allowing any runs.

 

 

DARREN CHRISTOPHER O'DAY )))))))) (vs. MARLINS, 6/15)

 

l.l.l.. Inning Pitched

0 )llllll Runs

1 )llllll Hit ) (1 Double)

0 ) llllllWalks ) 

1 )llllll Strikeout

17 )llll Pitches )l(12 )Strikes, )5)Balls

 

 

2018 ERA:llllllllllllll 3.12  )  17.33 IP  (6 ER)

2018 WHIP: lllllllll 0.865  )  17.33 IP  (15 H/BB)

2018 OPPONENTS BATTING AVG: lll .203  )  (13 for 64)

 

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