dazindiansfanuk wrote:I agree they'll be some regression, but I'm not worried it'll be that severe.
The majority of that WHIP is coming from the hits and a lot of those are ground balls through the infield.
He's gonna have some games this year where he isn't able to wiggle out of the trouble he has, but it should be sustainable for him to have a pretty strong year assuming he doesn't tire.
His LOB% is 14% higher than his career average (83.3% to 69.6%) That's really unsustainable. The regression, I mostly meant for his ERA. His BABip is near his career average. Just something to monitor.