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Aaron Brooks selected by O's off the waiver wire

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Brooks was pitching on 3 days' rest, after going 2.67 on Saturday afternoon against the Devil Rays.

For the 2nd consecutive game, Brooks hit a batter in a relatively short outing.

3 Free Passes (2 Walks and 1 Hit Batsman) is very high for only 2.67 Innings Pitched.

 

 

8 OUTS: ) 4 Groundouts (Including 1 Double Play), 3 Flyouts

 

 

AARON LEE BROOKS ))))))) (vs. NATIONALS, 7/17) 

IP:lll2.67

H:llll 2 )) (2 Singles)

R:lllll 1

BB:ll)) *

SO:lll0

Pitches: )l 56(29)Strikes, )27 )Balls)

2019 ERA: )l 4.69 )l) 55.67 IP  (29 ER)

2019 WHIP: )l 1.204 )l )  55.67 IP  (67 H/BB)

2019 OPPONENTS BATTING AVG: )l .241 ))  (51 for 212)

 

* )) Brooks also had 1 hit Batsman

 

PITCHES BY INNING

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14 ll(8llStrikes, lll61 llBalls)

13 ll(6llStrikes, lll71 llBalls)

29 ll(15 llStrikes, l14 llllBalls) )) **

 

** )) Brooks recorded 2 outs before departing in the 3rd inning.

 

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73% of the outs that Brooks recorded (11 out of 15) came via the Groundout and the Strikeout.

3 Free Passes (All Walks) in only 5-PLUS Innings Pitched.

 

 

15 OUTS: ) 7 Groundouts, 4 Strikeouts, 3 Flyouts, 1 Lineout

 

 

AARON LEE BROOKS ))))))) (vs. BLUE JAYS, 8/02) 

IP:lll5 - PLUS

H:llll 5 )) (1 Home Run, 2 Doubles, 2 Singles)

R:lllll 3

BB:ll

SO:lll4

Pitches: )l 97(59)Strikes, )38 )Balls)

2019 ERA: )l 5.45 )l) 69.33 IP  (42 ER)

2019 WHIP: )l 1.341 )l )  69.33 IP  (93 H/BB)

2019 OPPONENTS BATTING AVG: )l .263 ))  (72 for 274)

 

PITCHES BY INNING

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30 ll(18 llStrikes, ll12 llllBalls)

10 ll(9llStrikes, lll11 llBalls)

21 ll(11 llStrikes, ll10 llllBalls)

17 ll(10 llStrikes, lll71 llBalls)

14 ll(10 llStrikes, lll41 llBalls)

51 lll(1llStrikes, lll41 llBalls) ) *

 

* )) Brooks did not record any outs before departing in the 6th inning.

 

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9 OUTS: ) 4 Groundouts, 3 Strikeouts, 2 Flyouts

 

 

AARON LEE BROOKS ))))))) (vs. ASTROS, 8/10) 

IP:lll

H:llll 9 )) (4 Home Runs, 1 Double, 4 Singles)

R:lllll 9

BB:ll

SO:lll3

Pitches: )l 71(46)Strikes, )25 )Balls)

2019 ERA: )l 6.35 )l) 72.33 IP  (51 ER)

2019 WHIP: )l 1.410 )l )  72.33 IP  (102 H/BB)

2019 OPPONENTS BATTING AVG: )l .277 ))  (81 for 292)

 

PITCHES BY INNING

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26 ll(15 llStrikes, ll11 llllBalls)

28 ll(20 llStrikes, lll81 llBalls)

17 ll(11 llStrikes, llll61 llBalls)

 

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His lack of talent is why he was waived in the first place.  As my 93 yr old grandmother used to say in situations like this.  You  can't make a silk purse out of a sows ear.  That was an 1800's expression.  

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7 minutes ago, Can_of_corn said:

Still under the Straily line.

Straily in 8 GS, 30 ER, 33.1 IP,  8.10 ERA

in BP, 6G, 22 ER, 14.1 IP,  14.52 ERA

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In the game thread I was getting admonishes for saying the same thing, but I stand by it. Dump him, dump Scott and Phillips and Hess and bring up other guys.

 

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Just now, Philip said:

In the game thread I was getting admonishes for saying the same thing, but I stand by it. Dump him, dump Scott and Phillips and Hess and bring up other guys.

 

Name the specific guys you want, otherwise you are doing nothing but venting in frustration.

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2 minutes ago, SteveA said:

Name the specific guys you want, otherwise you are doing nothing but venting in frustration.

While I'm inclined to agree with one-L Philip's hot take, you are correct.  There are no clear cut better options.

At the same time, I feel that I've seen enough of these guys to know that...I don't need to see any more of them.  And that if we are going to keep searching for a diamond in the rough like Armstrong could be...well, let's keep searching.

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3 minutes ago, SteveA said:

Name the specific guys you want, otherwise you are doing nothing but venting in frustration.

Ok, I will, but the complaint remains valid. I don’t have to know who. There’s about 30 pitchers in the mid-upper minors right now. It is impossible that not one new guy can take the place of Hess, for instance. Remember he doesn’t have to be a budding star. Bring him up, give him 20 innings. Good heavens, we have no one who can duplicate what Scott just did?

Sure, I’ll get you some names, but the point remains valid.

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