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The funny part is how we've done what we've done


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We held server in the gauntlet coming out of the ASB, finishing it about where we started it a few games back leading into the part of the schedule that got easier.

We all know the results, but what amazes me is how we have done this.  The offense still isnt exactly firing on all cylinders, Trout still slumping a bit, Hamilton still not Hamilton, noone really stepping up with the bat, but hte pitching has been amazing.

Our staff ERA is 2.77 post ASB, fully 1 run better than the A's over that stretch, with a BAA of 223, 2nd in the league behind TB in that stretch.

 

The A's have actually scored more runs in that time period, up to the last few days of course.  We are actually 10th in runs scored post ASB.

 

The pitching staff has basically taken this team on its back and refused to lose top to bottom. What was supposed to be our potential weakness coming into the year has become the strength of the team.

 

Imagine how fun this will be if/when the offense gets its shit together?

 

Whodathunkit...

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The bullpen is simply amazing. Salas, Jeppy, Smith, Street, Morin, and Rasmus are all having the best seasons of their careers. I haven't done the math, but I assume the combined ERA of those guys (plus Grilli) us somewhere in the low 2.00s.

It is one thing to have a couple guys in your pen with low 2.00 ERAs, but quite another when it's all seven guys.

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The bullpen is simply amazing. Salas, Jeppy, Smith, Street, Morin, and Rasmus are all having the best seasons of their careers. I haven't done the math, but I assume the combined ERA of those guys (plus Grilli) us somewhere in the low 2.00s.

It is one thing to have a couple guys in your pen with low 2.00 ERAs, but quite another when it's all seven guys.

 

I'll do the math for you. Those seven pitchers have a combined ERA of 2.18

 

304.2 innings, 74 earned runs.

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