Stat/trend question about pitcher??

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mrpicks07 PM mrpicks07
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Posted: 10/9/2012 2:22:48 PM
Today we have bailey on the mound again. Two games ago he threw his no hitter. Usually that means fade him next game and the cardinals won that game. Does anyone know how a pitcher fares on his second outting after a no hitter/perfect game??? Thanks
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dimndimn PM dimndimn
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Posted: 10/9/2012 2:28:01 PM
don't think that stat would apply.. a lot of time/events pass when the second start comes.  Also, this is playoffs and are you planning to take home/away in to account? 

Also, his no hitter was on the road.  His road stats are MUCH better than him at home
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Posted: 10/9/2012 2:34:17 PM
Cool . Thanks. Yes i saw that. Plus not many times you will get to take SF as a dog gettin plus $. I think SF will pull a win here.
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Posted: 10/9/2012 3:17:52 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by dimndimn:

don't think that stat would apply.. a lot of time/events pass when the second start comes.  Also, this is playoffs and are you planning to take home/away in to account? 

Also, his no hitter was on the road.  His road stats are MUCH better than him at home

 

True he's historically better on the road but look again at his September starts.....ERA 1.99  Siera 2.95 fip and xfip both under 3.00...the guy is hot right now, and he's been missing bats.....I think he pitches well today, and if he has the lead after five innings the Giants are dead against the Reds rested bullpen......

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