He looked good but this is against the Devil Rays so I think Loaiza still has to prove himself. The lack of Ks is concerning but at least we know he's got good stuff. Did anyone see the game? How fast was his fastball and cutter?
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LBJackal wrote:Well well well, look at Loaiza. 3-0, mid 3's ERA. And just starting to heat up. I'm lovin' it baby!
Yeah, but he really should be 1-2. Even you have to admit that one. 2-0 with a 6 era before today? Lol.
His overall numbers look ok right now though, other than the lack of k's.
We'll see how he looks at the end of the year.
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I don't think Loaiza is going to be anywhere near as good as last season, but I don't think he'll be a total bust either. He should still be a top 30 pitcher. I predict something like this as his final line: