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MIKE WRIGHT O (COMPOSITE PITCHING LINE, LAST 13 GAMES)

IP:. 71.33

H:o 69

R:O 35

ER:)25

BB: 22 *

SO: 72

Pitches: 1,157 (753 Strikes, 404 Balls)

Cumulative ERA: 3.15 (AA-Bowie)

Cumulative WHIP: 1.276

* Wright also has 6 hit batsmen.

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MIKE WRIGHT O (vs. AA-Altoona, 7/15)

IP:. 7

H:o 6

R:O 1

BB: 1

SO: 2

Pitches: 101 (69 Strikes, 32 Balls)

2013 ERA: 3.67 (AA-Bowie)

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PITCHES BY INNING

23 (16 Strikes, 7 Balls)

12 (51 Strikes, 7 Balls)

91 (81 Strikes, 1 Balls)

61 (51 Strikes, 1 Balls)

91 (71 Strikes, 2 Balls)

21 (14 Strikes, 7 Balls)

21 (14 Strikes, 7 Balls)

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MIKE WRIGHT O (COMPOSITE PITCHING LINE, LAST 14 GAMES)

IP:. 78.33

H:o 75

R:O 36

ER:)26

BB: 23 *

SO: 74

Pitches: 1,258 (822 Strikes, 436 Balls)

Cumulative ERA: 2.99 (AA-Bowie)

Cumulative WHIP: 1.251

* Wright also has 6 hit batsmen.

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Wright gave up 1 run through the first 6 innings.

He gave up a solo home run in the 7th, and left the game with 2 outs in the inning.

MIKE WRIGHT O (vs. AA-Richmond, 7/21)

IP:. 6.67

H:o 8

R:O 2

BB: 0 *

SO: 4

Pitches: 107 (70 Strikes, 37 Balls)

2013 ERA: 3.61 (AA-Bowie)

* Wright had 1 hit batsman.

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PITCHES BY INNING

11 (71 Strikes, 4 Balls)

19 (13 Strikes, 6 Balls)

16 (11 Strikes, 5 Balls)

14 (81 Strikes, 6 Balls)

17 (13 Strikes, 4 Balls)

12 (71 Strikes, 5 Balls)

18 (11 Strikes, 7 Balls) **

** Wright recorded 2 outs before departing in the 7th inning

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MIKE WRIGHT O (COMPOSITE PITCHING LINE, LAST 15 GAMES)

IP:. 85

H:o 83

R:O 38

ER:)28

BB: 23 *

SO: 78

Pitches: 1,365 (892 Strikes, 473 Balls)

Cumulative ERA: 2.96 (AA-Bowie)

Cumulative WHIP: 1.247

* Wright also has 7 hit batsmen.

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MIKE WRIGHT O (vs. AA-Erie, 7/26)

IP:. 6

H:o 8

R:O 2

BB: 0 *

SO: 10

Pitches: 100 (69 Strikes, 31 Balls)

2013 ERA: 3.57 (AA-Bowie)

* Wright had 1 hit batsman.

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PITCHES BY INNING

21 (15 Strikes, 6 Balls)

12 (81 Strikes, 4 Balls)

17 (11 Strikes, 6 Balls)

20 (14 Strikes, 6 Balls)

12 (71 Strikes, 5 Balls)

18 (14 Strikes, 4 Balls)

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MIKE WRIGHT O (COMPOSITE PITCHING LINE, LAST 16 GAMES)

IP:. 91

H:o 89

R:O 40

ER:)30

BB: 23 *

SO: 88

Pitches: 1,465 (961 Strikes, 504 Balls)

Cumulative ERA: 2.97 (AA-Bowie)

Cumulative WHIP: 1.231

* Wright also has 8 hit batsmen.

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Anybody have an up-to-date scouting report on Wright? He's throwing the hell out of the ball, but I'm hearing pretty much nothing about him. What are the odds of this guy turning into a solid 3/4 starter for us?

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I still think he's a reliever. I do like seeing the increased strikeouts though. Even tonight, when it looked like he dominated (0 walks and 10 strikeouts) he still managed to give up 8 hits in 6 innings. I'm sure the O's will move him up to Norfolk as a starter next year but I'd love to see him get a chance to make the 2014 OD roster as a reliever.

I think the rotational depth will be too shallow for it to be wise to use him as a reliever, at least to start the year. And especially if Britton ends up in the bullpen.

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Wright continues to put up good numbers and is really on a roll as of late. The biggest thing for me? No walks his past two starts. This guy deserves some serious love. Whether you think he's a reliever or a starter, he's definitely in the mix for the O's next year. He may be traded, though. I'm sure after Bundy, Gausman, Schoop, and EdRod, Mike Wright is the next guy teams ask about. How could you not?

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All 3 runs that Wright allowed came in the 3rd inning.

0 walks and 6 strikeouts over 7 innings.

MIKE WRIGHT O (vs. AA-New Hampshire, 8/01)

IP:. 7

H:o 8

R:O 3

BB: 0

SO: 6

Pitches: 98 (73 Strikes, 25 Balls)

2013 ERA: 3.59 (AA-Bowie)

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PITCHES BY INNING

13 (91 Strikes, 4 Balls)

15 (13 Strikes, 2 Balls)

17 (13 Strikes, 4 Balls)

15 (10 Strikes, 5 Balls)

51 (51 Strikes, 0 Balls)

13 (91 Strikes, 4 Balls)

20 (14 Strikes, 6 Balls)

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MIKE WRIGHT O (COMPOSITE PITCHING LINE, LAST 17 GAMES)

IP:. 98

H:o 97

R:O 43

ER:)33

BB: 23 *

SO: 96

Pitches: 1,563 (1,034 Strikes, 529 Balls)

Cumulative ERA: 3.03 (AA-Bowie)

Cumulative WHIP: 1.224

* Wright also has 8 hit batsmen.

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I'm completely baffled as to why this guy gets no love from the OH. If his name was, Dylan Bundy, and he was putting up these stats, then this place would be going crazy, in a good way. Your my boy, Mike Wright. You are having a great year. Haters going hate, I guess.

He's definitely proving he can start. People have put him in a box, thinking he's only a reliever, and he is proving them to be dead wrong.

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