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TomBradley72
07-24-2005, 12:53 PM
Some interesting trends developing when you look at how we're doing over the past month:

Hitting/Who's Hot:
Rowand: .322
Timo: .320 (25 AB's)
Pods: .305
Ozuna: .293 (41 AB's)
Crede: .279

Hitting/Who's Not:
Harris: .100 (20 AB's)
Thomas: .194
Uribe: .200
Everett: .219
Iguchi: .221
AJ: .224

Pitching/How's Hot:
Vizcaino: 0.66 ERA
Marte: 1.69
Politte: 2.03
Garland: 2.53
Buehrle: 3.27
Garcia: 3.27

Pitching/Who's Not:
Contreras: 5.83
El Duque: 4.26

putherawaywet
07-24-2005, 03:06 PM
It's time to accept that offensively, Uribe was a fluke last year. We can't wait for him any longer. .200 in the last month dictates that.

Hagan
07-24-2005, 03:08 PM
i dont know if i would classify a 4.26 era as not hot.

TomBradley72
07-24-2005, 03:12 PM
i dont know if i would classify a 4.26 era as not hot.

Good point...actually show how strong the pitching has been that that is our 2nd worst ERA of pitchers still with us. (I didn't include Takatsu, Walker, BMac, or Jenks...since he just joined us)

mcp5185
07-24-2005, 03:15 PM
i dont know if i would classify a 4.26 era as not hot.

Especially because he was dealing with some injury problems. El Duque pitched very well yesterday and I have no doubt that he will step up his play for the rest of the season. He has always been a big game pitcher, and yesterdays performanc ejust reiterated that.