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Mainstay relievers' WHIPs and ERAs


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The WHIP and ERA for the current mainstays in the pen: 

Street -     10 innings,    0.80 WHIP, 0.00 ERA 

Jepsen -   50.1 innings, 0.93 WHIP, 1.79 ERA

Smith -     57 innings,    0.86 WHIP, 2.21 ERA

Morin -     42 innings,    1.07 WHIP, 2.36 ERA

Grilli -       18.2 innings, 1.07 WHIP, 2.41 ERA 

Salas -      41.1 innings, 1.09 WHIP, 2.61 ERA

Rasmus -  31 innings,    1.19 WHIP, 2.61 ERA

 

I know that pens throughout much of MLB are the deepest they have been.

But those stats are filthy, coming from a pen that was anything but filthy for the previous 5 seasons.

 

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Imagine if the 2011-2012 Pestano is back, even more filth from the pen.

Thought about that also....not sure it's too far fetched either....his AAA numbers were lights out.....but you have to wonder how he got all the way to us in a waiver claim....

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The WHIP and ERA for the current mainstays in the pen: 

Street -     10 innings,    0.80 WHIP, 0.00 ERA 

Jepsen -   50.1 innings, 0.93 WHIP, 1.79 ERA

Smith -     57 innings,    0.86 WHIP, 2.21 ERA

Morin -     42 innings,    1.07 WHIP, 2.36 ERA

Grilli -       18.2 innings, 1.07 WHIP, 2.41 ERA 

Salas -      41.1 innings, 1.09 WHIP, 2.61 ERA

Rasmus -  31 innings,    1.19 WHIP, 2.61 ERA

 

I know that pens throughout much of MLB are the deepest they have been.

But those stats are filthy, coming from a pen that was anything but filthy for the previous 5 seasons.

 

Ok, let's jump in the wayback machine and look at the 2002 World Champion Angels bullpen.

 

Percival - 1.92 ERA 1.118 WHIP

Schoenweiss -  4.88 ERA 1.424 WHIP

Webber -  2.54 ERA 1.179 WHIP

Levine -  4.24 ERA 1.492 WHIP

Donnelly -  2.17 ERA 1.027 WHIP

Pote  -  3.22 ERA 1.172 WHIP

Shields -  2.20 ERA 1.172 WHIP

Callaway -   4.19 ERA 1.223 WHIP

 

Frankie only pitched 5 innings before being put on the playoff roster, replacing Al Levine.

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Ok, let's jump in the wayback machine and look at the 2002 World Champion Angels bullpen.

 

Percival - 1.92 ERA 1.118 WHIP

Schoenweiss -  4.88 ERA 1.424 WHIP

Webber -  2.54 ERA 1.179 WHIP

Levine -  4.24 ERA 1.492 WHIP

Donnelly -  2.17 ERA 1.027 WHIP

Pote  -  3.22 ERA 1.172 WHIP

Shields -  2.20 ERA 1.172 WHIP

Callaway -   4.19 ERA 1.223 WHIP

 

Frankie only pitched 5 innings before being put on the playoff roster, replacing Al Levine.

 

Not that I would compare the two teams based on ERA, but different eras also mean different values to those ERAs

 

ERA+

 

Percival - 1.92 ERA 1.118 WHIP  - (232 ERA+)

Schoenweiss -  4.88 ERA 1.424 WHIP (3.25 ERA as a RP 137 ERA+)

Webber -  2.54 ERA 1.179 WHIP (175 ERA+)

Levine -  4.24 ERA 1.492 WHIP (105 ERA+)

Donnelly -  2.17 ERA 1.027 WHIP (205 ERA+)

Pote  -  3.22 ERA 1.172 WHIP (138 ERA+)

Shields -  2.20 ERA 1.172 WHIP (202 ERA+)

Callaway -   4.19 ERA 1.223 WHIP ( Callaway was a SP in all 6 appearances)

 

2014 

 

Street -     10 innings,    0.80 WHIP, 0.00 ERA  (ELEVENTY ERA+)

Jepsen -   50.1 innings, 0.93 WHIP, 1.79 ERA (205 ERA+)

Smith -     57 innings,    0.86 WHIP, 2.21 ERA (165 ERA+)

Morin -     42 innings,    1.07 WHIP, 2.36 ERA (156 ERA+)

Grilli -       18.2 innings, 1.07 WHIP, 2.41 ERA  (154 ERA+)

Salas -      41.1 innings, 1.09 WHIP, 2.61 ERA (141 ERA+)

Rasmus -  31 innings,    1.19 WHIP, 2.61 ERA  (151 ERA+)

 

 
2002 Bullpen ERA - 2.98 1.20 WHIP (Including the early season miscreants).  2002  AL Average RP ERA - 4.24, 1.40 WHIP

2014 Bullpen ERA - 3.42, 1.28 WHIP (including the early season miscreants). 2014  AL Average RP ERA - 3.63, 1.20 WHIP

 

The current 2014 bullpen is putting up far better peripherals than the 2002 club, some of that is the age we are in yes, but that 2002 team also had a better defense behind it than the 2014 team.  Pretty cool to see the two reconstructed bullpens compared to each other.

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