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Previous to his most recent outing, John Means had had a 10.97 ERA and a 2.344 WHIP in only 10.67 Innings in 3 starts against the Diamondbacks and the Yankees (twice.)

He bounced back by pitching reasonably well against the Royals in a losing effort in his most recent outing 5 days ago.

That said, I believe that it should be noted that the Diamondbacks start on July 24th was the last one prior to him going on the IL with a minor injury, and the 2 Yankees games were his first 2 starts after coming off of said IL.

 

 

BALTIMORE O RIOLES

Hanser Joel Alberto Pena - 2B

Jonathan Rafael Villar Roque - SS

Anthony Santander - CF

Renato Nunez - DH

Demetrius Jerome Stewart - RF

Pedro Severino De Leon - C

Jace Ryna "J.R." Peterson - LF

Chris Davis - 1B

Rio Ruiz - 3B

John Alan Means - LHP )) (8-9, 3.75 ERA) 

 

TAMPBAY DEVIL R AYS

Matthew Duffy - 3B

Thomas James "T.J." Pham - LF

Austin Meadows - DH

Avisail Antonio Garcia Yaguarin - RF

Travis d'Arnaud - C

Jesus Aguilar - 1B

Kevin James "K.J." Kiermaier - CF

Willy Rafael Luna Adames - SS

Michael Brosseau - 2B

Jose Antonio Alvarado - LHP )) (1-5, 4.55 ERA)

 

https://www.baseballpress.com/lineups

 

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1 hour ago, OFFNY said:

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TAMPBAY DEVIL R AYS

Jose Antonio Alvarado - LHP )) (1-5, 4.55 ERA)

 

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For his career, Alvarado has walked 62 batters in only 123.33 Innings Pitched ........ take a few pitches, guys.

 

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1 minute ago, OFFNY said:

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For his career, Alvarado has walked 62 batters in only 123.33 Innings Pitched ........ take a few pitches, guys.

 

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If Hanser is walking..... 😛

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