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Brian Roberts - 2B

Manny Machado - 3B

Chris Davis - 1B

Adam Jones - CF

Matt Wieters - C

Michael Morse - DH

Nick Markakis - RF

J.J. Hardy - SS

Nate McLouth - LF

Chris Tillman - RHP (15-4, 3.61 ERA)


Michael Bourn - CF

Nick Swisher - 1B

Jason Kipnis - 2B

Carlos Santana - DH

Michael Brantley - LF

Asdrubal Cabrera - SS

Jason Kubel - RF

Yan Gomes - C

Lonnie Chisenhall - 3B

Ubaldo Jimenez - RHP (9-9, 3.95 ERA)


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Although Ubaldo Jimenez has a respectable E.R.A. of 3.95, but his W.H.I.P. is 1.422, and he has walked 73 batters in 141.33 innings, for an average of 1 walk every 1.94 innings.

Chris Tillman's walk rate for the season is not the best (57 walks in 167 innings pitched, for an average of 1 walk ever 2.93 innings), but lately, he has had very good control. In his last 5 outings, has only walked 7 batters over 35 innings, for an average of 1 walk every 5 inning.

SIDE NOTE: Neither pitcher has issued a single intentional walk for the entire season.

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