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s struck out 17, walked just three, and allowed seven runs on 16 hits. Before the Rockies traded Guthrie for Jonathan Sanchez last July, he was struggling, but he pitched well in the second half as a Royal, with a 3.16 ERA and 1.13
At a time when the Red Sox rotation has represented a glaring weakness at the big league level, Red Sox director of amateur scouting Amiel Sawdaye discusses whether it is realistic to have a goal of a homegrown rotation. He also breaks down the state of starting pitching prospects in the farm system.
and P.J. Walters. 2010 Giants Matt Cain (3.14 ERA, 124 ERA+), Tim Lincecum (3.43 ERA, 114 ERA+), Jonathan Sanchez (3.07 ERA, 127 ERA+), Madison Bumgarner (3.00 ERA, 131 ERA+) Notable change: The Giants called up Bumgarner
The Royals and Rockies exchanged struggling starting pitchers on Friday, as Kansas City sent Jonathan Sanchez to the Rockies for righty Jeremy Guthrie . The Royals certainly got the short end of the deal in their trade for Sanchez last offseason
third time this season that he’s walked 3+ batters in a single inning. That’s tied with the Royals’ Jonathan Sanchez for the most such innings in the majors. Note this: Following the two-run single he allowed, five of the last seven batters Bard has faced with the bases loaded have reached base dating back to last season (1-for-3
the first inning Sunday marked their best first inning since they picked up four runs in the first inning against Jonathan Sanchez in last Monday’s win over the Royals. WHAT WENT WRONG FOR THE RED SOX - The accuracy and the walks remain an issue
throw him a strike. That’s the difference.” He’s right. And his two hits against Kansas City lefty Jonathan Sanchez Monday support the theory. He saw three pitches in the strike zone with Sanchez pitching, and one ended up in the right-center field seats
carrying a four-run lead. - Ortiz hit another home run against a left-hander, going deep against KC starter Jonathan Sanchez in the third inning. The blast to right-center field was Ortiz’ seventh of the season, and fourth against a lefty. The