Johnny Cueto Pitching Report: May

Johnny Cueto

Cueto’s Month of April

MAY

  • 28.1 IP/29 H/14 R/7 BB/22 SO/4 HR
  • ERA 4.45/WHIP 1.27
  • RATES: 24.79% H/11.97% R/5.98% BB/18.80% SO/3.42% HR
  • PER 9: 9.21 H/4.45 R/2.22 BB/6.99 SO/1.27 HR
  • PER PA: 4.03 PA/H, 8.36 PA/R, 16.71 PA/BB, 5.32 PA/SO, 29.25 PA/HR
  • PITCHER RATING: 84.53
  • STRIKEOUT TO WALK RATIO: 3.14

Pitcher Rating Equals

2015

  • 65 IP/51 H/23 R/22 ER/12 BB/60 SO/7 HR
  • ERA 3.03/WHIP 0.96
  • RATES: 20.00% H/9.02% R/4.71% BB/23.53% SO/2.75% HR
  • PER 9: 7.03 H/3.17 R/1.65 BB/8.27 SO/0.96 HR
  • PER PA: 5.00 PA/H, 11.09 PA/R, 21.25 PA/BB, 4.25 PA/SO, 36.43 PA/HR
  • PITCHER RATING: 87.41
  • STRIKEOUT TO WALK RATIO: 5.00

GOOD:

  • 2 Quality Starts in May
  • 2 Starts with 6 or less hits allowed
  • 2 starts with 3 or less runs allowed
  • 2 starts with 1 or no walks allowed
  • 2 starts with 7 or more strikeouts
  • No Home Runs in 2 starts

BAD:

  • May 3rd start against the Atlanta Braves (6 IP/9 H/5 R/BB/2 SO/2 HR)
  • May 9th start against the Chicago White Sox. Cueto was on for a complete game till a Quality start ended his day (8.1 IP/6 H/4 R/2 BB/7 SO/2 HR)

IDEAL JUNE START

  • 7.1 innings
  • 3-4 hits
  • 0-2 runs
  • 0-1 walks
  • 9-10 strikeouts
  • No Home Runs

LINE CHARTS

ERA

Cueto’s poor outing against the Atlanta Braves landed him out of the Top 10 in ERA in the National League. The ERA kept rising in May and ended at 3.03. John Lackey of the St. Louis Cardinals has an ERA of 2.83 and is 10th in the NL.

WHIP

The WHIP is currently in the Top 10 in all of baseball, currently (6th MLB/5th NL) with Zack Greinke of the Los Angeles Dodgers owning a .87 WHIP. In order for Cueto to be number 1 in this category, he would have to allow only 56 walks and hits, but he has only allowed 63 so a few good outings will get him close to number 1.

RATES

  • The H Rate was at 15.94%, but had increased up to 24.35% and is at 20.00%
  • The R Rate was at 6.52%, but had increased up to 36.49% and is at 9.02%
  • The BB Rate was at 3.62%, but had increased up to 28.73% and is at 4.71%
  • The SO Rate was at 27.54%, but decreased up to 14.66% and is at 23.53%
  • The HR Rate was at 2.17%, but had increased up to 32.30% and is at 2.75%

PER 9

  • The H/9 was at 5.35, but had increased up to 29.54% and is at 7.03. 7th in NL behind Shelby Miller of the Atlanta Braves (5.51)
  • The R/9 was at 2.19, but had increased up to 42.01% and is at 3.17
  • The BB/9 was at 1.22, but had increased up to 33.35% and is at 1.65. 7th in NL behind Bartolo Colon of the New York Mets (0.66)
  • The SO/9 was at 9.24, but decreased up to 10.49% and is at 8.27
  • The HR/9 was at 0.73, but had increased up to 37.97% and is at 0.96

STRIKEOUT TO WALK

Cueto is in the Top 10 in this category (7th in NL) with Bartolo Colon of the New York Mets leading all of the NL with a 10.8 K/BB Ratio. Cueto so far this season has reached his lowest ratio of 5.00, but will range in 5.88-7.60 for the 2015 season. Cueto one time had a 10.00 ratio, which occurred on Opening Day.

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