Found July 04, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
Welcome to the American League, Roy Oswalt. For the second straight start, the Texas Rangers right-hander allowed an AL lineup 13 hits. Oswalt managed to escape with a win over the Detroit Tigers on June 27, but Tuesday, he absorbed a 19-2 loss to the Chicago White Sox. Oswalt is the first pitcher to allow at least 13 hits in consecutive starts since Livan Hernandez did it with the Minnesota Twins in 2008. Since 1970, it had happened on only two other occasions. Oswalt is throwing strikes. They just don't seem to be quality strikes, which accounts for why AL hitters have torched him for a .473 average in their two games against him. Oswalt allowed nine hits, but only two runs, while facing Colorado in his Rangers debut. For the first 10 years of his career, when Oswalt resided in the National League, mostly in Houston, he fattened up on the soft underbelly that has been the NL Central. He went 78-42 against the division. Three of his regular opponents -- Milwaukee, Cinci...
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