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sighyoung wrote:Matt Bowman has been called up by Cincinnati from Louisville.
Do you...do you think he could be warming soon?

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sighyoung wrote:Matt Bowman has been called up by Cincinnati from Louisville.
Didn't think the Reds were going to start full on tanking until July

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Greg Holland has yet to give up an earned run for the D-Backs this season - he has 7 saves.

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Big Amoco Sign wrote:
Interesting. Pham at #9 with Goldy right behind him. Surprised Marp is only #20.

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If you add in strike outs as the end result (not necessarily strike 3 being out of the zone), Goldy is #2 and Marp is #6 on the list of being called out watching pitches that weren't strikes being called against them during the AB.

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DreamWeaver
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Luke Weaver has one of the lowest SIERA and xFIP in the game right now, do you see him as a potential breakout, and if so why is nobody talking about him? AZ has good run support.

Craig Edwards
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Weaver has had stretches like this before, but hasn't been able to sustain them, resulting partially from likely fatigue as well as not having a good third pitch. If the cutter is real and he can hold up, he'll be a solid number three starter, maybe two, but the bullpen is always a lurking concern given his past.

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Shelby Miller

8 GS
29.1 IP
9.51 ERA
6.51 FIP
2.114 WHIP
12.0 H/9
6.1 K/9
7.1 BB/9

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InvincibleCakeEater wrote:Shelby Miller

8 GS
29.1 IP
9.51 ERA
6.51 FIP
2.114 WHIP
12.0 H/9
6.1 K/9
7.1 BB/9
Is that good? I think he might be good.

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Joe Shlabotnik wrote:
InvincibleCakeEater wrote:Shelby Miller

8 GS
29.1 IP
9.51 ERA
6.51 FIP
2.114 WHIP
12.0 H/9
6.1 K/9
7.1 BB/9
Is that good? I think he might be good.
Good enough for a three-year deal as a Cardinal reliever.

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