It's time for the predictions for the Twins pitching staff!
Here's the format of my stats:
ERA/K per 9/ BB per 9
Ricky Nolasco 2013: 3.70/7.4/2.1
Nolasco had a career year and cashed in with the Twins. His career ERA is 4.37 and that's 100% in the national league, and that's gonna go up with the Twins. He does have the capability to go past 6 innings, so in the end he will make the Twins more competitive.
Phil Hughes 2013:
Now that the 25 man roster is finalized for the Twins, I'm going to publish my predictions here and then analyze them at the end of the year to see if I guessed anything correctly.
-Stats I'm going to use-
Batting Average/On base percentage/HRs
C Kurt Suzuki 2013: .232/.290/5
Prediction for 2014: .240/.297/7
We all want Pinto to take over. Suzuki has severely declined over the last two years. As much as it seems like Pinto will take over, I think Suzuki
This is my first blog post... so bear with me, folks. It's not hard to make a report card type of blog, so I'm going to focus on my own analysis of the players and the improvement they've made. And for many, regression that has happened. So, without further ado, let's take a look at how our pitchers did this season... get your barf bags ready.
SP Kevin Correia, 4.18 ERA, 4.9 K/9, 2.2 BB/9
I chose these specific stats because that's what I will analyze for these players.