you missed alot
Yahoo wrote:Mar 20 Mays pitched four scoreless innings in Saturday's spring game, giving up four hits, striking out three and walking one. Mays has had a strong spring with a 1.38 ERA and may move ahead of Kyle Lohse or Calos Silva in the rotation as a result, the Minneapolis
Mar 15 Twins pitcher Joe Mays allowed one unearned run in four innings during Monday's 4-3 loss to the Marlins. It was his third outing of the spring without any problems in his surgically repaired elbow. "He's right there with the rest of the pitchers," manager Ron Gardenhire told the team's website. "He's progressing really well. We're seeing no discomfort and that's what's huge."
Views: Mays has looked shape this spring. He's sporting a 2.00 ERA in nine innings worked. With each passing start, Mays is putting a stronghold on the fifth starter spot. Due to his prior injuries, and his lack of strikeouts, we still don't recommend using a pick on Mays. He may be a good player to keep an eye on after the season starts.
THis is what caught me eye. I Dumped Dye for him in hopes that his low era and 4-5 k's a game will help my pitching staff. I doubt that he'll keep it up for the whole season, but he could do well in April.