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Has Skaggs turned a corner?


Torridd

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If you remove Skaggs' one bad inning in the Boston start, he's sitting at 31.1 IP, a 2.02 ERA, 24 hits allowed, 1 HR allowed, 10 walks, and 31 strikeouts. And he's faced pretty good teams in Houston, NYY, Boston, and even Oakland's offense. 

He'll start getting deeper into games I think. He's going through what Lackey/Weaver went through the years before they emerged as top-of-rotation workhorses, where one bad inning cost them runs and a bunch of pitches, but were overall flawless.

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He really looks on the verge of a breakout. He is pitching well, but has been using about 20 pitcher per inning. Sooner or later, you've gotta thing he'll find a way to bring that number down, and we will be seeing some really great starts out of him.

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