Friday October 8, 2009
I wish I could say I wrote it, but this article about Mike Adams points out something not even the biggest Padres honk has pointed out yet.
Namely that Mike Adams has had a historically great season.
In 37 innings pitched over 37 appearances Adams had a 0.73 ERA, a 0.59 WHIP, 45 K (10.95 K/9) and a .111 BAA.
Yes you read that right.
That is the 8th best ERA in history and the best WHIP EVER for a pitcher with 35+ innings pitched.
As Padres fans this season we were privileged to witness two of the greatest performances in history from Adams and Kouzmanoff. How many do you think realize it even now?
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