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Tim Berry today, 2013


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*I checked and couldn't find a thread for him; if there is one, mods please merge.*

He got completely wrecked tonight. Eight ER in 1 IP, ERA from 3.86 all the way to 4.83. Can anyone comment on what happened? First inning was just a 2 run homer; it happens. 2nd inning went: reached on catcher's interference (!), double, double, single, double, homer, HBP. Yikes!

He was coming on very strong through the first 9 games of the year. Anyone have a first-hand account of the game, or even more info than can be gleaned from the play-by-play?

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I watched a little but the camera angle is from behind home plate and far away. Best I could determine was that his fastball was just very hittable last night. His strikeouts have been decreasing in recent starts. I have to wonder if he has a tired arm or some mechanical or physical issue. He was striking out a lot of guys early in the season.

He never was a super high strikeout guy... maybe just regression. Another injury to a decent prospect would just suck.

Thanks for the info, always appreciated. Edit: must spread rep, etc etc.

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His fastball does not have a lot of life and batters pick him up well despite the good velocity. He has to have precise location of his fastball and his curveball needs to be on for him to have success. He's made some strides but will have set back games like this when things just don't work.

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*I checked and couldn't find a thread for him; if there is one, mods please merge.*

He got completely wrecked tonight. Eight ER in 1 IP, ERA from 3.86 all the way to 4.83. Can anyone comment on what happened? First inning was just a 2 run homer; it happens. 2nd inning went: reached on catcher's interference (!), double, double, single, double, homer, HBP. Yikes!

He was coming on very strong through the first 9 games of the year. Anyone have a first-hand account of the game, or even more info than can be gleaned from the play-by-play?

Thanks for the thread. Maybe we/I can track him as the season progresses right here, and perhaps Paul or Weams can just tweak the title (maybe add "Today, 2013.")

He's only 22 years-old, and he's at Advanced-A, so he may be worth keeping tabs on.

He had several good outings earlier this season, but his last few lines have not been good.

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Berry gave up 1 run in the first 6 innings, started the 7th by allowing a lead-off double and a walk, and 1 of the 2 inherited runners (for Jesse Beal) scored.

TIM BERRY O (vs. ADVANCED-A Wilmington, 6/02)

IP:O 6 - Plus O(WIN)

H:o. 7

R:O. 2

BB:. 2

SO:. 5

2013 ERA: 4.63

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These are Berry's composite numbers on the season not including the "horror start" from May 28th (9 out of 10 starts):

His pitch-count was only available from 5 of those 9 starts.

TIM BERRY O (2013 COMPOSITE STATS, NOT INCLUDING MAY 28th)

IP:O 50.33

H:o. 51

R:O. 29

ER:) 20

BB:. 15 *

SO:. 51

Pitches: 438 (289 Strikes, 149 Balls)

CUMULATIVE ERA: 3.58

CUMULATIVE WHIP: 1.311

* Berry also has 1 hit batsman.

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Berry retired 16 out of the final 19 batters that he faced for 21 outs (one double play, one caught stealing.)

TIM BERRY O (vs. ADVANCED-A Potomac, 6/09)

IP:O 7 O(WIN)

H:o. 5

R:O. 2

BB:. 0

SO:. 8

2013 ERA: 4.41

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Not including May 28th (10 out of 11 starts.)

His pitch-count was only available from 5 of those 10 starts.

TIM BERRY O (2013 COMPOSITE STATS, NOT INCLUDING MAY 28th)

IP:O 57.33

H:o. 56

R:O. 31

ER:) 22

BB:. 15 *

SO:. 59

Pitches: 438 (289 Strikes, 149 Balls)

CUMULATIVE ERA: 3.45

CUMULATIVE WHIP: 1.238

* Berry also has 1 hit batsman.

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Berry put up goose-eggs for the first 3 innings, gave up a 4-spot in the 4th, then put up 2 more zeroes in the 5th and 6th innings before departing.

TIM BERRY O (vs. ADVANCED-A Potomac, 6/14)

IP:O 6

H:o. 9

R:O. 4

BB:. 1

SO:. 5

Pitches: 92 (61 Strikes, 31 Balls)

2013 ERA: 4.54

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PITCHES BY INNING

13 (91 Strikes, 41 Balls)

18 (10 Strikes, 81 Balls)

91 (61 Strikes, 31 Balls)

37 (26 Strikes, 11 Balls)

81 (51 Strikes, 31 Balls)

71 (51 Strikes, 21 Balls)

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Not including May 28th (11 out of 12 starts.)

His pitch-count was only available from 6 of those 11 starts.

TIM BERRY O (2013 COMPOSITE STATS, NOT INCLUDING MAY 28th)

IP:O 63.33

H:o. 65

R:O. 35

ER:) 26

BB:. 16 *

SO:. 64

Pitches: 530 (350 Strikes, 180 Balls)

CUMULATIVE ERA: 3.69

CUMULATIVE WHIP: 1.279

* Berry also has 1 hit batsman.

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1 earned run over 6 innings.

TIM BERRY O (vs. ADVANCED-A Myrtle Beach, 6/22)

IP:O 6

H:o. 6

R:O. 2

ER:) 1

BB:. 2

SO:. 2

Pitches: 91 (58 Strikes, 33 Balls)

2013 ERA: 4.30

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PITCHES BY INNING

10 (91 Strikes, 11 Balls)

10 (71 Strikes, 31 Balls)

20 (11 Strikes, 91 Balls)

81 (61 Strikes, 21 Balls)

33 (19 Strikes, 14 Balls)

10 (61 Strikes, 41 Balls)

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Not including May 28th (12 out of 13 starts.)

His pitch-count was only available from 7 of those 12 starts.

TIM BERRY O (2013 COMPOSITE STATS, NOT INCLUDING MAY 28th)

IP:O 69.33

H:o. 71

R:O. 37

ER:) 27

BB:. 18 *

SO:. 66

Pitches: 621 (408 Strikes, 213 Balls)

CUMULATIVE ERA: 3.50

CUMULATIVE WHIP: 1.284

* Berry also has 1 hit batsman.

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0 earned run over 6.67 innings.

Berry was outstanding before tiring with 2 outs in the 7th.

He got the first 2 outs of the 7th inning, and at that point, his pitch-count was:

73 (54 Strikes, 19 Balls.)

After that, he gave up a walk, a single, and a walk before Miguel Chalas came in to get the final out of the inning.

TIM BERRY O (vs. ADVANCED-A Carolina, 6/27)

IP:O 6.67

H:o. 5

R:O. 1

ER:) 0

BB:. 3

SO:. 1

Pitches: 92 (61 Strikes, 31 Balls)

2013 ERA: 3.95 (Advanced-A Frederick)

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PITCHES BY INNING

61 (61 Strikes, 00 Balls)

71 (51 Strikes, 21 Balls)

17 (13 Strikes, 41 Balls)

91 (61 Strikes, 31 Balls)

15 (11 Strikes, 41 Balls)

13 (81 Strikes, 51 Balls)

25 (12 Strikes, 13 Balls) *

* Berry retired 2 batters in the 7th inning before departing.

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