I think they will be about the same. Neither will pitch like they have so far for the rest of the season.
I like the fact that Bedard is a lefty and he doesn't walk people. He seems to have a very good idea of what he is doing up there. One thing that impressed me yesterday was, inducing a groundball double play to get out of a jam.
You can't go wrong with a guy who throws first pitch strikes and who has excellent command of his pitches. He will be successful as long as he contiues to throw strikes.
"Think of how stupid the average person is, and realize half of them are stupider than that." ~George Carlin