David Price went 3 and 1/3 innings on Sunday night, giving up 3 ER, 4H, walking 4, and striking out 5. That moved his ERA up to 3.70 on the season, but his K:IP ratio is still excellent, at 20:17. K:BB ratio isn't anything to be too unhappy with either, at 20:8.
Neftali Feliz has not pitched since 4/21. The Oklahoma City RedHawks page says he's pitching tonight so that ought to be good.
The Inexorable Force Known As The Wieters had himself a decent weekend.
Friday, 4/24: 0/2 with 2BBs and 2R, no Ks.
Saturday, 4/25: 1/4, a double, with 2Ks.
Sunday, 4/26: 1/3, a double, with 1 RBI, 1BB, and 1K.
His season line: .270/.400/.405, .805 OPS, 1HR, 2RBI. Awaiting the power, then the call-up...
Andrew Brackman pitched on Saturday, 4/25, putting a line of: 4.2IP, 7H, 3R, 3ER, 3BB, 3Ks. His ERA is an ugly 5.23, but only through 4 starts. Interestingly, his K:IP ratio is almost equal to Price's, at 20:20.2. His K/BB is identical to price, at 20:8. If he can keep those BBs down on the season, look out.
Sweet Jesus hasn't disappointed one bit so far this year. So far on the season his line is: .355/.412/.516, .928 OPS. 2HR, 10RBI in 16 games. Wow. He's playing at High A Tampa. His last three games:
Friday, 4/24: 3/4 with 1R.
Saturday, 4/25: 0/4 with 1K.
Sunday, 4/26: 1/5 with 2Ks.
Finally, Stephen Strasburg had himself a decent outing on Friday night, 4/25. His line was a respectable 7 IP, 4H, 3R, 3ER, 1BB, aaaaaaaand 14K. Oh man, oh man.