Found August 11, 2013 on Suicide Squeeze:
Now that Jake is gone I am still following each outing and all. His first with the Boston Red Sox was a typical Jake outing. Boston played against the Arizona Diamondbacks and The Red Sox won by a score of 5 – 2. Jake’s Stats were as follows: He faced 26 batters throwing 99 pitches with 65 of those strikes Innings Pitched - 7.0 Hits – 4 Runs – 2 Earned Runs - 2 Base on Balls - 2 Strike outs – 7 Home run – 1 ERA - 4.14 Jake’s second outing was this past Friday against the Kansas City Royals with the final outcome of a 9 to 6 loss. This was not a good outing for him Jake faced 25 batters throwing 105 pitches with 66 strikes. Innings Pitched – 5.0 Hits 10 Runs – 6 Earned runs – 6 Base on Balls – 1 Strike outs – 0 Home runs – 2 That leaves Jake with a current ERA of 4.50 On the 5 day rest, that should have him pitching roughly on Wednesday the 14th of August against the Toronto Blue Jays, See you on the field Cricket This article has been read (2) times
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