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Don't do that.
I should modify that Question, one MEMORABLE play that was not negative.
Hill actually has been quite consistent. #s before All Star Break: 50 IP 37 H 18 R 15 ER 2 HR 16 BB 33 SO (3-3, 2.70 ERA)#s after All Star Break: 47.1 IP 49 H 24 R 22 ER 7 HR 9 BB 32 SO (1-1, 4.18 ERA<---- lower than Jason's ERA on the season)Jason is very solid, in fact he hasn't lost a game in his last 10 starts which is Excellent, but Hill is still a little better overall.
I was looking at Hill from before injury and after, not before and after all stars. I know that Hill's ERA is definitely better! But Berg has a better era against NL East batters. They are both extremely talented pitchers. No doubt about that. But I'm not ready to use the ace term. We need to let them both continue developing into the pitchers we know they can be.
Post All Star Break and Post Injury is the same thing in this case
I thought it was later.
I was looking at Hill from before injury and after, not before and after all stars. I know that Hill's ERA is definitely better! But Berg has a better era against NL East batters.
We should have had Eaton in the dugout by the third inning.
Hill has 14 fewer innings pitched in 4 fewer starts (average that out and see what the difference is). He also has an almost 3/1 K/BB ratio. Hills has a lower WHIP. Hill has 11 QS to Bergmann's 10 in 4 fewer starts. There really is no competition except that maybe Hill isn't as nice as Bergmann.
His last start before the injury was May 11th. His next start wasn't until August 14th.
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