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Anibal is right there with JJ in ERA and innings per start. Too bad Moehler didn't hurt his toe a few weeks before he did although Moehler's pitching should have prompted the FO to call up Anibal.

 

Starts / ERA in starts / Innings per Start

Sanchez - 12 / 2.55 / 6.17

Johnson - 21 / 2.78 / 6.15

Willis - 28 / 3.91 / 6.65

Olsen - 25 / 4.24 / 5.68

Nolasco - 19 / 4.85 / 5.47

Mitre - 7 / 4.89 / 5.00

Vargas - 5 / 5.70 / 4.64

Moehler - 16 / 6.83 / 5.19

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those innings per starts numbers are pretty low..

 

That's what they are. DTrain's 6.65 is relatively high compared to most starters. The rookies are low partially due to pitch count concerns. Mitre and Moehler are so low because they're really bad starters, especially Moehler.

ya, 6.65 isn't bad, I just wish JJ and Co. were up there as well. I know moe and mitre's are gonna be low, no surprise there.

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Don't forget Mitre is also a rookie so they should keep it easy for him too.

 

 

No he is not. He played in 03, 04, 05 and 06.

 

http://florida.marlins.mlb.com/NASApp/mlb/...&statType=2

 

According to the media guide he played in 3 games with 2 starts in '03, 12 games with 9 starts in '04, and then played in 21 games with 7 starts in '05. 1 year 56 days service time going into this year. Important thing here is he has pitched in 120.2 innings in the majors. The rule states: Determining rookie status:

A player shall be considered a rookie unless, during a previous season or seasons, he has (a) exceeded 130 at-bats or 50 innings pitched in the Major Leagues; or (b) accumulated more than 45 days on the active roster of a Major League club or clubs during the period of 25-player limit (excluding time in the military service and time on the disabled list).

Holly is correct. He is not a rookie.

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those innings per starts numbers are pretty low..

 

Remember our Bullpen was lights-out until about a month ago. Our pitchers only needed to go 6 innings befire the game would be handed to the BP Damn I miss K-Mart and a healthy Kensing...Even Messy was pitching well

 

 

those innings per starts numbers are pretty low..

 

That's what they are. DTrain's 6.65 is relatively high compared to most starters. The rookies are low partially due to pitch count concerns. Mitre and Moehler are so low because they're really bad starters, especially Moehler.

D-Train does rack up some major innings

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