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Not including the runner who was caught stealing, 90% of the Outs that Cobb recorded (18 out of 20) came via the Groundout and the Strikeout. ) O.o

Cobb's ERA went down from 4.76 to 4.30, his WHIP went down from 1.368 to 1.338, and OBA up from .251 to .252. 

 

 

21 OUTS: )  10 Groundouts (Including 4 Double Plays), 4 Strikeouts, 2 Flyouts, 1 Caught Stealing                    

 

 

ALEXANDER MILLER COBB )))))) (FINAL NUMBERS)

IP:ll.7

H:lllll6 ) l(6 Singles)

R:llll 1

BB:ll2 ) *

SO:ll4

Pitches: l) 89 )(60 )Strikes, )29 )Balls)

2020 ERA: l) 4.30 )  52.33 IP  (25 ER) 

2020 WHIP: l)  1.338  )  52.33 IP  (70 H/BB) 

2020 OPPONENTS BATTING AVG: l)  .252  )(52 for 206)   

 

* )) Cobb also had 1 Hit Batsman

 

PITCHES BY INNING  

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13  lll(81 l.Strikes, l.llBalls)

21  lll(13 llStrikes, l.l.Balls)

13  lll(91 llStrikes, lllllBalls)

12  lll(91 llStrikes, lllllBalls)

12  lll(61 llStrikes, ll.llBalls)

10  lll(81 llStrikes, lllllBalls)

81  lll(71 llStrikes, lllllBalls)

 

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1 hour ago, SteveA said:

Angel & Mantra recently retired.  Hunter, Thorne, Palmer, Dempsey, Davis all 70ish.  Looks like they brought back veteran Garceau to hold the prime TV spot while the young crew breaks in on the radio and I guess they hope 1 or 2 of Brown, Arnold, Newman, Hollander will be keepers and eventually inherit the #1 TV spot.

Right.   I have listened to very little radio this year, but have really liked Geoff Arnold the few times I’ve heard him.    

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