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Who's up, Who's down: Blue Jays pitchers

A quick look at how the Blue Jays' pitchers have been doing over the past two weeks.

Marc Serota

Let's take a look at how our pitchers have been doing the last couple of weeks. The Jays are 6-5 over the last two weeks. We had a 3.94 ERA over the 11 games.



R.A. Dickey

R.A. had 2 starts, one a loss and a no decision. He gave up 13 hits, 8 walks, with 10 strikeouts, in 10.1 innings. A 6.97 ERA. Batters hit .302/.423/.465 against him. I thought Gibby should have been quicker with the hook, both games, but you can't blame him for wanting a few more innings out of someone.


Mark Buehrle

2 good stats, 2 wins. After 4 starts, he is 4-0. In the 14 innings, in the two starts,  he allowed 9 hits, 1 earned, 3 walks and 5 strikeouts. Batters hit .180/.255/.220 against him. He's really been helped by the improved defense and he seems to be getting along well with Navarro.


Brandon Morrow

He made two starts, and was 0-0 with a 4.15 ERA. He allowed 7 hits, 6 walks with 10 strikeouts in 8.2 innings. It doesn't sound all that bad, other than 8.2 innings. He's really going to have to go deeper into games. Batters hit .219/.342/.438.


Drew Hutchison

Drew's two starts were very good. he didn't get a decision but he allowed 12 hits, 2 walks with 14 strikeouts in 11.1 innings. Batters hit .267/.298/.378. It would be nice if he would pitch deeper into games. but on this staff 6 and 5.1 innings are almost like complete games.


Dustin McGowan

Dustin had 3 starts. He was 1-0 with a 5.65 ERA in 14.1 innings. Batters hit .281/.379/.491 off him. One of the 3 starts was good, he went 6.1 shutout innings about the Orioles, but the other two starts were  bad.


Casey Janssen

On the DL. It will be another couple of weeks.


Steve Delabar

Delabar pitched in 5 games, 3.1 innings and didn't allow a hit, but did give up 5 walks with only 2 strikeouts. 2 of those 5 walks came around to score, in that awful game against the Twins, giving him a 5.40 ERA. Batters hit .000/.385/.000. He had 2 holds and 2 wins. Inspite of his contribution to that terrible game, Kind of a marginal up arrow,


Aaron Loup

Loup pitched in 5 games, 4 good appearances and that one bad one that got him a blown save and loss. You'll remember it 3 straight walks and a bases clearing double. He's 1-1 on the 5 weeks. He only allowed 1 hits, but there were 5 walks in his 5 innings. 5.40 ERA. Batters hit .067/.333/.133.


Brett Cecil

Brett pitched in 6 games and wasn't totally immune to the bout of walkitis that's been driving us crazy. In 5.1 innings, he allowed 1 hit and 3 walks with 10 strikeouts. He's allowed a .111/.238/.111 batting line. He has 4 holds in the two weeks.


Sergio Santos

Sergio pitched in 5 games, he had 2 saves and one badly blown save/loss. In 4 innings, he's allowed 4 hits (including a home run), 5 walks with 5 strikeouts. Batters hit .286/.474/.471 against him. He hasn't had a clean inning since April 11th.


Esmil Rogers

3 games, 5 innings, 5 hits (including 2 home runs), 1 walk and 6 strikeouts. .250/.286/.600.


Todd Redmond

Gibby seems to like him a lot, he pitched in 6 games, 5 innings, 4 hits, 1 walk and 2 strikeouts..


Neil Wagner

Called up yesterday and pitched 2 perfect innings and had 3 strikeouts. He had 3 holds in there. Batters hit .211/.238/.316 against him.


J.A. Happ

He pitched 3 times. A total of 4.1 innings. Batters hit .200/.400/.400. 5 walks in 4.1 innings isn't exactly going to get you back into the rotation. He contributed to the awful finish in Minnesota.