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The Rubber Match (vs. MARINERS, 9/22)

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In his last 7 outings combined, Means has a 3.02 ERA and an 0.985 WHIP with 6 Walks and 32 Strikeouts over 44.67 Innings Pitched.



21 OUTS: 7 Groundouts (Including 2 Double Plays), 4 Strikeouts, 3 Foulouts, 3 Flyouts, 2 Lineouts




H:llll 7 )l (1 Triple, 3 Double,Singles)   

R:lllll 1



Pitches: )l 104(63 )Strikes, )41 )Balls) 

2019 ERA: ))3.54  ))  150.00 IP  (59 ER) 

2019 WHIP: ))1.127  ))  150.00 IP  (169 H/BB)

2019 OPPONENTS BATTING AVG: )).233 ) (133 for 572) 




25 l(14 l.Strikes, .11 llllBalls)

17 ll(13 llStrikes, lll41 lllBalls)

11 lll(81 llStrikes, llll31 lllBalls)

81 lll(31 llStrikes, lll51 lllBalls)

12 lll(91 llStrikes, lll31 lllBalls)

13 lll(61 llStrikes, lll71 lllBalls)

18 llll(10 llStrikes, lll81 lllBalls)



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