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Jake Arrieta Today, 2013


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Saving grace from last year, when Jake went 3-9 with a 6.20 ERA:

Jake's IP/SO/BB ration.

He had almost a strikeout per inning (109 K's in 114.67 IP.)

1 BB every 3.28 innings (35 BB's in 114.67 IP.)

That's a considerable improvement over his rookie season of 2010.

52 K's in 100.33 IP.

1 BB every 2.09 innings (48 BB's in 100.33 IP)

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Also, while Jake's E.R.A. has gone up in each of his first 3 seasons, his W.H.I.P. has gone down:

E.R.A. OOOOOO W.H.I.P.

2010: 4.66 OOOOO 2010: 1.535

2011: 5.05 OOOOO 2010: 1.458

2012: 6.20 OOOOO 2012: 1.369

http://www.baseball-reference.com/players/a/arrieja01.shtml

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JAKE ARRIETA O (vs. TWINS, 4/05) . *

IP:. 5 - PLUS

H:o 7

R:O 5

BB: 2 **

SO: 5

Pitches: 93 (61 Strikes, 32 Balls)

2013 ERA: 9.00

** Arrieta has 1 hit batsman.

* Arrieta's 2013 Season Debut

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PITCHES BY INNINGS

17

15

15

32

8

6 *

* Arrieta did not retire any batters in the 6th inning before departing.

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I assume those are the numbers on TWO games? He had a dynamite curve at the beginning of last season. Haven't seen it much since.

Oh sure. I'm the master of a small sample when it fits my agenda. I believe that Jake would be a good pitcher if he stuck with two fastballs and two other pitches.

He does not need an arsenal of seven.

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JAKE ARRIETA O (vs. D-RAYS, 4/16)

IP:. 5 - Plus

H:o 3

R:O 1

BB: 4

SO: 7

Pitches: 112 (63 Strikes, 49 Balls)

2013 ERA: 5.40

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PITCHES BY INNINGS

19 (14 Strikes)

21 (12 Strikes)

25 (10 Strikes)

19 (14 Strikes)

23 (12 Strikes)

50 (21 Strikes) *

* Arrieta did not retire any batters in the 6th inning before departing.

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