Eerily simlar FIP, IP, and wins.
Also, Nolasco was steady throughout the season. Edwin Jackson was marginal the second half.
They both suck.
Really they are both guys that probably have better "stuff" then their records indicate. Maybe EJax has more pure "stuff" than Nolasco, but both don't exactly take the bull by the horns. Edwin if he could figure it out is a top of the rotation starter and Nolasco easily could be a 2 or 3 on some teams. That again is based on pure "stuff" I'd say they are both number fives. Maybe two of the best number fives out there, but number fives none the less.