He has pitched in 47 MLB games, including 10 starts. He won 2 games in 2005, but I'm pretty sure he has zero
wins in games he's started
. He entered the minors as a starter in 2002 with what is now called the Vermont Lake MONSTERS
. They tried him at relief in the minors and majors between 2004-2006. The Nationals were desperate to develop a starter
, so they went back to him last year. Since 2005, he's averaged around one strikeout per inning and about 2 K's per BB. That's why I think he's their biggest "project" pitcher: he has the potential to be a superstar. He walked 6 in his first game but only one last time, striking out 6, as he put more movement on the ball. I'd like to see him complete 7 innings or even a whole game. GO JAY!