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Wednesday
Apr172013

How bad is the Angels pitching?

Really, really, really bad. 

The 26th worst in baseball

Check out these stats:

  • The Braves pitchers have the best ERA in baseball at 1.83
  • The Angels pitchers have the worst ERA in baseball at 5.43
  • The Braves pitchers have the best WHIP in baseball at 1.008
  • The Padres pitchers have the worst WHIP in baseball at 1.562
  • The Angels pitchers have the second- worst WHIP in baseball at 1.560
  • The Braves starters have the best ERA in baseball at 1.99
  • The Angels starters have the worst ERA in baseball at 6.07
  • The Braves starters have the best WHIP in baseball at 1.033
  • The Angels starters have the worst WHIP in baseball at 1.692
  • Cardinals starters are averaging 6.49 IP per game, the most in baseball
  • Pirates starters are averaging 4.90 IP per game, the least in baseball
  • Angels starters are averaging 5.40 IP per game, the 24th worst in baseball 
  • Cubs starters are allowing 0.23 homers per nine innings, the best in baseball
  • Angels starters are allowing 1.78 homers per nine innings, the worst in baseball  
  • Red Sox starters are whiffing 10.59 batters per nine innings, the best in baseball
  • Twins starters are whiffing 3.76 batters per nine innings, the worst in baseball
  • Angels starters are whiffing 5.11 batters per nine innings, the 29th worst in baseball
  • Brewer starters have walked only 14 batters, the fewest in baseball
  • Cubs starters have walked 34 batters, the most in baseball
  • Angels and Giants batters have each walked 33 batters
  • The Cardinals, A's, Tigers, and Braves starters all have eight wins, the most in baseball
  • Brewer starters have one win, the least in baseball
  • The Angels, Marlins, and Cubs starters all have just two wins

It's getting late awfully early under the halo.

 

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Reader Comments (1)

The Manager will end up taking the fall for the poor pitching performance, when ultimately the General Manager put the pitching staff together for the 2013 season. So goes the world of management!

April 29, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterLongtime Angel Fan
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