rookies and cream wrote:Inman got a lot of love a few years back when he was still a Brewers' prospects, especially over at Project Prospect. He is a good ground ball pitcher who had a decent K rate as well. I haven't followed him lately so I'm not sure how he's progressed. I do recall that he struggled for a while after being traded to the Pads.
His line looks inconsistent as many would probably predict. He'll pitch a shutout or only give up 1 or 2 runs, in a row, then give up 5+ in a couple consecutive games. His walk rate remains good, but it's his GB% that looks to be the telling factor as it's basically as inconsistent as the hits and runs allowed.