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Anatomy of our 12-11 run

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Cashner  2 GS, 0.64 ERA
Ynoa 1 GS, 1.69 ERA
Wojo 5 GS, 3.68 ERA
Means 5 GS, 4.28 ERA
Yacabonis 1 GS, 4.50 ERA (2 IP)
Brooks, 3 GS, 6.00 ERA (9 IP)
Bundy 3 GS, 6.59 ERA
Eshelman 3 GS, 6.91 ERA

Starters 56 ER, 115 IP,  4.38 ERA
Prior to 6/28 starters 240 ER, 383.2 IP, 5.63 ERA

Starters' ERA 1.25 lower over the last 23 games

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Honestly the starting pitching has been a pleasant surprise this season.

2019 Starters: 5.34 ERA, 26th in MLB

2018 Starters: 5.48 ERA, 30th in MLB

2017 Starters: 5.70 ERA, 30th in MLB

 

Oh, and the O’s pitchers have a 4.90 ERA overall this month. That’s better than 10 other MLB teams.

 

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A comment at Lets Go Tribe lamented that Santander has 1.1 WAR in only 38 games.

The funny thing is I was looking for comments lamenting the loss of Wojo

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3 minutes ago, Philip said:

A comment at Lets Go Tribe lamented that Santander has 1.1 WAR in only 38 games.

The funny thing is I was looking for comments lamenting the loss of Wojo

Funny how fanbases are.  I'm kinda surprised someone isn't gloating over the rough patch Strop is in.

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Just now, Can_of_corn said:

Funny how fanbases are.  I'm kinda surprised someone isn't gloating over the rough patch Strop is in.

I was thinking about Strop last night. He’s been with the Cubs ever since the trade. That’s 8 seasons. That’s highly unusual in this era. I doubt any Cubs fans are complaining too much about him.

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7 minutes ago, Philip said:

I was thinking about Strop last night. He’s been with the Cubs ever since the trade. That’s 8 seasons. That’s highly unusual in this era. I doubt any Cubs fans are complaining too much about him.

He's blown four eighth inning leads in the last two weeks.  I'm sure someone is calling for his head.  

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7 hours ago, TonySoprano said:

Cashner  2 GS, 0.64 ERA
Ynoa 1 GS, 1.69 ERA
Wojo 5 GS, 3.68 ERA
Means 5 GS, 4.28 ERA
Yacabonis 1 GS, 4.50 ERA (2 IP)
Brooks, 3 GS, 6.00 ERA (9 IP)
Bundy 3 GS, 6.59 ERA
Eshelman 3 GS, 6.91 ERA

Starters 56 ER, 115 IP,  4.38 ERA
Prior to 6/28 starters 240 ER, 383.2 IP, 5.63 ERA

Starters' ERA 1.25 lower over the last 23 games

Bullpen 49 ER, 94.1 IP,  4.68 ERA
Prior to 6/28 216 ER, 322 IP, 6.04 ERA

Bullpen ERA 1.36 lower over the last 23 games

Overall 105 ER, 209.1 IP, 4.51 ERA
Prior 456 ER, 705.2 IP,  5.82 ERA

ERA 1.31 lower


 

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1 hour ago, TonySoprano said:

Bullpen 49 ER, 94.1 IP,  4.68 ERA
Prior to 6/28 216 ER, 322 IP, 6.04 ERA

Bullpen ERA 1.36 lower over the last 23 games

Overall 105 ER, 209.1 IP, 4.51 ERA
Prior 456 ER, 705.2 IP,  5.82 ERA

ERA 1.31 lower


 

That seems major.

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It shows how starved we are for good signs that during our proud 12-11 we've lost three games in a row twice, but won three in a row just once.

Meanwhile, among major contributors, we've lost Cashner and Means is on the 10-day IL. Bundy has to step forward, Woj keep spinning his magic, our nondescript bullpen keep improving, and something patched together from Brooks, Eshelman, and the two Ys to hold down the back 2-3 spots in the rotation, depending on when there's a regression to the Means.

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12 hours ago, Frobby said:

- Offense: .269/.318/.452, 5.57 runs/game.   Scored 7 or more runs in 9 of 12 wins.

- Pitching:  4.35 ERA, 4.96 runs/game.   Allowed 2 runs or less in 9 of 12 wins.

- As you can deduce from the above, not many of our wins have been close.   7 of 12 wins were by 5 runs or more; only one win was by 1 run.  

- On the flip side, we scored 3 or less in 8 of 11 losses.   We allowed 6 or more runs in 8 of 11.

Big hitters in this window:

- Renato Núñez, .333/.422/.731, 9 HR 21 RBI

- Anthony Santander, .333/.360/.591, 6 HR 21 RBI

 

Little Stevie W:

.260, 2 HR, 10 RBI in 50 ABs, while playing all three OF positions and 2nd base.

1 Save, 2.25 ERA in 4 IP, while pitching mop-up and closer at dawn.

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13 hours ago, TonySoprano said:

Bullpen 49 ER, 94.1 IP,  4.68 ERA
Prior to 6/28 216 ER, 322 IP, 6.04 ERA

Bullpen ERA 1.36 lower over the last 23 games

Overall 105 ER, 209.1 IP, 4.51 ERA
Prior 456 ER, 705.2 IP,  5.82 ERA

ERA 1.31 lower


 

Funny how when the SP does better the BP does better.

it’s been a nice run. Now we have my boy Jace Peterson for 3B. Not too many easy outs in our lineup right now. 

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14 hours ago, TonySoprano said:

 

Bullpen 49 ER, 94.1 IP,  4.68 ERA
Prior to 6/28 216 ER, 322 IP, 6.04 ERA

Bullpen ERA 1.36 lower over the last 23 games

Overall 105 ER, 209.1 IP, 4.51 ERA
Prior 456 ER, 705.2 IP,  5.82 ERA

ERA 1.31 lower


 

 

 

52 minutes ago, sportsfan8703 said:

 

Funny how when the SP does, the BP does better.

Its been a nice run. Now we have my boy Jace Peterson for 3B. There aren't too many easy outs in our lineup right now. 

 

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And when the SP and the BP both do better, the team does better.

And when the team does better, more fans come to the stadium.

And when more fans come to the stadium ........

 

 

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16 hours ago, TonySoprano said:

Bullpen 49 ER, 94.1 IP,  4.68 ERA
Prior to 6/28 216 ER, 322 IP, 6.04 ERA

Bullpen ERA 1.36 lower over the last 23 games

Overall 105 ER, 209.1 IP, 4.51 ERA
Prior 456 ER, 705.2 IP,  5.82 ERA

ERA 1.31 lower


 

Is this perhaps the Chance Sisco effect?

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