Anthony DeSclafani’s Pitching Report: May

Anthony DeSclafani

DeSclafani’s Month of April

MAY

  • 32 IP/35 H/19 R/19 BB/20 SO/2 HR
  • ERA 5.34/WHIP 1.69
  • RATES: 23.81% H/12.93% R/12.93% BB/13.61% SO/1.36% HR
  • PER 9: 9.84 H/5.34 R/5.34 BB/5.63 SO/0.56 HR
  • PER PA: 4.20 PA/H, 7.74 PA/R, 7.74 PA/BB, 7.35 PA/SO, 73.50 PA/HR
  • PITCHER RATING: 82.52
  • STRIKEOUT TO WALK RATIO: 1.05

2015

  • 58 IP/49 H/26 R/22 ER/25 BB/41 SO/4 HR
  • ERA 3.41/WHIP 1.28
  • RATES: 19.92% H/10.57% R/10.16% BB/16.67% SO/1.63% HR
  • PER 9: 7.60 H/4.03 R/3.88 BB/6.36 SO/0.62 HR
  • PER PA: 5.02 PA/H, 9.46 PA/R, 9.84 PA/BB, 61.50 PA/HR
  • PITCHER RATING: 84.88
  • STRIKEOUT TO WALK RATIO: 1.64

GOOD:

  • 3 Quality starts in May
  • 3 starts with 6 or more innings
  • 2 starts with 5 or less hits allowed
  • 2 starts with 2 or less runs allowed
  • 4 starts with No home runs allowed

BAD:

  • May 17th start against the San Francisco Giants (3 IP/6 H/6 R/3 BB/2 SO/HR)

IDEAL JUNE START

  • 6 innings+
  • 2-3 hits
  • 0-1 Runs
  • 1-2 walks
  • 5 to 6 strikeouts
  • No Home Runs allowed!

LINE CHARTS

ERA
The ERA took a huge incline and went up 227.88%! Finishes the month of May at 3.41. The start against the San Francisco Giants is one of the main factors for this huge incline.

WHIP

The WHIP has went up 66.23% in May and ends at a 1.28. DeSclafani will have to throw 16 innings with no hits and walks allowed to get it back to 1.

RATES

  • The H Rate was at 14.14%, but had increased up to 40.88% and it is at 19.92%
  • The R Rate was at 7.07%, but had increased up to 49.50% and it is at 10.57%
  • The BB Rate was at 6.06%, but had increased up to 67.66% and it is at 10.16%
  • The SO Rate was at 21.21%, but had decreased up to 21.41% and it is at 16.67%
  • The HR Rate was at 2.02%, but had decreased up to 19.31% and it is at 1.63%

PER 9

  • The H/9 was at 4.85, but had increased up to 56.70% and it is at 7.60
  • The R/9 was at 2.42, but had increased up to 66.53% and it is at 4.03
  • The BB/9 was at 2.08, but had increased up to 86.54% and it is at 3.88
  • The SO/9 was at 7.27, but had decreased up to 12.52% and it is at 6.36
  • The HR/9 was at 0.69, but had decreased up to 10.15% and it is at 0.62

STRIKEOUT TO WALK RATIO

DeSclafani was coming in to May hitting within his normal range at 3.50, but took a massive decline in the K/BB Ratio. DeSclafani had hit the lowest point of the season on May 17th, but is still get back into the range. The range that DeSclafani will likely be in this season is 1.75 to 3.63. DeSclafani has hit 6.00 before, but would have to throw 109 straight strikeouts before allowing a single walk to reach back to that 6.00 ratio.

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