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rdivaldi
12-14-2001, 10:57 AM
It's a pretty small sample, but I am blown away by his record against Cleveland, Detroit, Minnesota and Kansas City over the past 2 years.

Here are the combined stats:

5-0
1.67 ERA
54 innings pitched
10 earned runs
32 hits
38 strikeouts
14 walks

I really like the looks of that! If he can continue his dominance in 2002 we are looking at a 15-18 game winner.

WinningUgly!
12-14-2001, 12:02 PM
Originally posted by rdivaldi
It's a pretty small sample, but I am blown away by his record against Cleveland, Detroit, Minnesota and Kansas City over the past 2 years.

Here are the combined stats:

5-0
1.67 ERA
54 innings pitched
10 earned runs
32 hits
38 strikeouts
14 walks

I really like the looks of that! If he can continue his dominance in 2002 we are looking at a 15-18 game winner.

Sheesh, that's tough to beat!

OfficerKarkovice
12-14-2001, 03:00 PM
Hmmmmmmm...maybe KW does do some scouting???
:KW
Heheh...you think so do you?

sox_fan_forever
12-14-2001, 03:36 PM
I like the way that looks too! Maybe this trade is better than I thought. Let's just hope Ritchie can keep it up...

Mathew
12-14-2001, 11:50 PM
I saw him beat K.C. 3-1 last year, wow he mowed those guys! We'll see, however he does there'll be people saying I told ya' so and pretending they know any better.

GASHWOUND
12-15-2001, 12:22 PM
Originally posted by rdivaldi
It's a pretty small sample, but I am blown away by his record against Cleveland, Detroit, Minnesota and Kansas City over the past 2 years.

Here are the combined stats:

5-0
1.67 ERA
54 innings pitched
10 earned runs
32 hits
38 strikeouts
14 walks

I really like the looks of that! If he can continue his dominance in 2002 we are looking at a 15-18 game winner.

Yeah, the guy can be pretty dominate at times. BUT, when he's bad, he's REALLY bad.

mrwag
12-15-2001, 03:32 PM
After reading the Kip vs. Ritchie comparison story, the stat that stands out to me was the walk number. This was not mentioned in the article. How many times do our YOUNG pitchers walk a guy, then after a stupid fielding error that may or may not be an "error", the guy scores? I for one am happy with the deal. Our guys give up way toodamn many base-on-balls, and with our so-so defense, that's a HUGE deal. Fewer walks may help our defense stay on their toes better too. I will miss the guys, and I feel maybe we gave up 1 too many, but I think it will help us. And besides, we're so pitching heavy with everyone (HOPEFULLY) coming off the DL, we can afford to trade one or 2. W'll be o.k. guys.

2002 AL Central Champs!