The_Met_Threat wrote:id agree with mweir145, halladay is ahead of buherle, but in my opinion far ahead, i see a really major stat as ground ball to fly out ratio. i look at this lot as it shows a pitchers ability to get out an inning.
Not exactly sure what you are saying?
So by g/f ratio, BWebb 4.32 blows everyone way.
Should Webb be considered now in NL? G/f ratio has no relevance in CY. Roy has allowed more X base hits (28 to 24), which is odd, given groundball pitchers are less prone to hrs and X base hits.
Roy has the edge, but i fail to see a huge gap like some are claiming.