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Randy Johnson pitching well?

Postby duckbillgates » Tue Aug 05, 2008 8:36 am

I'm surprised I couldn't find a discussion on this, but the Big Unit is lights-out over his last five:

5-0, 1.39 ERA, 25-2 K-to-BB ratio

He's also within 7 wins of 300, so he has a little extra motivation. Barring injury, of course, thoughts on Johnson for the rest of the year?
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Re: Randy Johnson pitching well?

Postby thejusman1 » Tue Aug 05, 2008 11:34 am

From Yahoo:
Aug 2 LHP Randy Johnson stretched his streak of not allowing an earned run to 21 innings in a 2-1 victory over Los Angeles on Friday, the Dodgers' only run scoring after an infield error. Johnson (9-7) won his fifth straight start and has 293 victories in his career with likely 10 starts remaining this season. Johnson struck out six and allowed five hits, all singles. "My mechanics have fallen into place the last three, four games," Johnson said.

Already rostered :) Go scoop him up if you need back-end rotation help. It's a pleasant surprise he's been pitching so well recently, but he was a good #4-5 SP in mixed leagues since the beginning of the season.
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