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I am alternating a game-day 2012 ERA For The NL East and a 2012 ERA For The MLB 5. See link section below. In each publication, the number after the title will be based on the quantity of outcomes played by the Phillies.
Top Performance Last Night: King Cole Delivers More Domination In The 8th Of His CG, SO 5-Hitter At The Bank Against The Braves
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REASONING For The Stats:
These numbers are a glimpse over the pitching coach’s shoulder, because they warn of difficulty ahead. The rule of thumb is that the bullpen load should be no more than 33.3%, which is a 6-complete average per scheduled outing. That is why going a distance into the game is 6.1 frames or more, which is 70.4%. The added detail of 1 out per contest is 54 innings over the long summer’s course. This also shows the mound masters that give the relievers a well deserved night off, but there is a rust factor due to lack of backend chances. If there are any questions, please ask.
Note: All old ERA tables are automatically updated.
STARTING & RELIEF PITCHING:
CLUBSP INNSP ERSP ERASP PERRP PERRP INNRP ERRP ERA
TOTAL PITCHING & STARTS OF 6.1 INNINGS OR MORE:
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ARMSPitchers With 6.1 Innings Plus
CONVConverted Start Of 6.1 Innings Or More
ResultOutcome Of Last Start
UpdateNext Start Or Status Change
Note:Listing is in order of conversion, including time of day.
PCPitch Count With No. or Pitch Count Limit
6M6th Man (Starter)
C1Call-Up For 1 Start
STARTERS WITH OUTINGS OF 6.1 INNINGS OR MORE:
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01SFVogelsong17 of 208/03Night
02SFCain16 of 227/27Short
02PHLHamels16 of 228/07CONV
04NYYKuroda15 of 228/04
05SFBumgarner13 of 227/25 12:11 AM
05PHLBlanton13 of 207/28 8:48 PMTraded 8/3
05LAAWilson13 of 247/28 11:12 PMShort
05NYYSabathia13 of 198/03Night
05PHLLee13 of 198/05
05LAAWeaver13 of 208/06CONV
11LAAGreinke12 of 238/03Late Day
12NYYNova10 of 227/20 Short
12MILGallardo10 of 238/06CONV
14NYYHughes09 of 227/27Short
14PHLHalladay09 of 148/04
16LAAWilliams08 of 146/12 6M PEN'ed 7/22
16LAAHaren08 of 206/15
16SFZito08 of 22 8/07CONV
19LAASantana07 of 216/23
19MILWolf07 of 217/28Day
19SFLincecum07 of 237/31
19MILFiers07 of 128/07CONV
23MILMarcum06 of 136/14DL'ed 6/15 Retro
23NYYPettitte06 of 096/16 DL'ed 6/28
23PHLWorley06 of 198/01Short
26PHLKendrick05 of 147/06Night
27LAARichards04 of 097/17 AAA'ed 8/2
28MILEstrada03 of 137/30
29NYYGarcia02 of 117/24
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Cole Hamels decided the Phillies weren't going to lose tonight. (AP)
There was a baseball game in Philadelphia tonight, but it was in name only. For, you see, it was less a game than a one-man pitching showcase, headlined by Cole Hamels and his nine shutout innings. His performance willed the Phillies to a victory over the Braves, 3-0, in a game where the runs scored will become...
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It appears that Cole Hamels has found his groove again, and just in time to end a long Phillies losing streak against the division rival Braves. Prior to Tuesday night, the Braves had won 7 straight against the struggling Phils.
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Cole Hamels threw a five-hit shutout at the Atlanta Braves in a 3-0 win Tuesday night.
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Last night was just another example of the 2012 Phillies. Poor play, no drive to play for win and the inability to hit with runners in scoring position. Vance Worley allowed four earned runs on six hits through 3 2/3 innings, but left early with what was later diagnosed by Charlie Manuel as "stomach issues". The Phils lost pretty heavily to their NL East rivals last night...
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Fantastic. Outstanding. Spectacular. Masterful. Anyway you want to say it, Cole Hamels was all of that and beyond tonight against Mike Minor and the Braves.
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Cole Hamels threw a five-hitter for his fifth career shutout, Ryan Howard hit a two-run homer and the Philadelphia Phillies beat Atlanta 3-0 Tuesday night to snap a seven-game losing streak against the Braves.
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PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Cole Hamels threw a five-hitter for his fifth career shutout, Ryan Howard hit a two-run homer and the Philadelphia Phillies beat Atlanta 3-0 Tuesday night to snap a seven-game losing streak against the Braves.
Hamels (12-6) struck out six and didn't walk a batter to record his 11th career complete game and his first win in three tries since signing a 144...
Final: Phillies 3, Braves 0.
WP: Cole Hamels (12-6, 3.14 ERA) LP: Mike Minor (6-8, 4.95 ERA)
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Starting pitcher Cole Hamels #35 of the Philadelphia Phillies delivers a pitch during the game against the Atlanta Braves at Citizens Bank Park on August 7, 2012 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
(August 6, 2012 – Source: Drew Hallowell/Getty Images North America)
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Cole Hamels threw a five-hitter for his fifth career shutout and Ryan Howard hit a two-run homer...
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