Johnny Cueto Pitching Report: June 2015

Johnny Cueto

Cueto’s Month of April

Cueto’s Month of May

JUNE

  • 31.1 IP/21 H/11 R/10 ER/7 BB/32 SO/4 HR
  • ERA 2.87/WHIP 0.89
  • RATES: 16.54% H/8.66% R/5.51% BB/25.20% SO/3.15% HR
  • PER 9: 6.03 H/3.16 R/2.01 BB/9.19 SO/1.15 HR
  • PER PA: 6.05 PA/H, 11.55 PA/R, 18.14 PA/BB, 3.97 PA/SO, 31.75 PA/HR
  • PITCHER RATING: 88.27
  • STRIKEOUT TO WALK RATIO: 4.57

Pitcher Rating Equals

2015

  • 97 IP/72 H/11 R/32 ER/19 BB/92 SO/11 HR
  • ERA 2.98/WHIP 0.94
  • RATES: 18.85% H/8.90% R/4.97% BB/24.08% SO/2.88% HR
  • PER 9: 6.70 H/3.17 R/1.77 BB/8.57 SO/1.02 HR
  • PER PA: 5.31 PA/H, 34.72 PA/R, 4.15 PA/SO, 34.72 PA/HR
  • PITCHER RATING: 87.70
  • STRIKEOUT TO WALK RATIO: 4.84

GOOD:

  • 3 Quality Starts in June
  • 4 Starts with 5 or less hits allowed
  • 3 starts with 2 or less runs allowed
  • 2 starts with no walks allowed
  • 2 starts with 7 or more strikeouts

BAD:

  • June 17th start against the Detroit Tigers (5.1 IP/3 H/3 R/2 BB/4 SO/HR). A rain delay occurred and was dueling against David Price, both got no decisions in their starts
  • Home Runs allowed in 4 of 5 starts

IDEAL JULY START

  • 6.2 innings
  • 2.4 hits
  • 0-2 runs
  • 0-1 walks
  • 9-10 strikeouts
  • No Home Runs

If Johnny Cueto becomes a selling piece for the Reds at the Non-Waiver dealine, expect this line by July 31 and his 2015 season with the Cincinnati Reds

  • 129 IP/96 H/45 R/43 ER/25 BB/123 SO/15 HR
  • ERA 3.00/WHIP 0.94
  • RATES: 18.86% H/8.84% R/4.91% BB/24.17% SO/2.94% HR
  • PER 9: 6.98 H/3.14 R/1.83 BB/8.98 SO/1.10 HR
  • PER PA: 5.30 PA/H, 11.31 PA/R, 20.36 PA/BB, 4.14 PA/SO, 33.93 PA/HR
  • PITCHER RATING: 87.72
  • STRIKEOUT TO WALK RATIO: 4.92

LINE CHARTS

ERA

As the MLB reaches it mid point of 2015, Cueto has lost his ranking of being Top 10 in this category in all of baseball, currently 21st in MLB and 12th in the National League. Cueto’s ERA had declined up to 5.94% but only ended the month at a 1.65% decline.

WHIP

The WHIP is currently in the Top 10 in all of baseball, currently (4th MLB/4th NL) with Max Scherzer of the Washington Nationals owning a .79 WHIP. The WHIP is declining since his June 17th start against the Detroit Tigers.

RATES

  • The H Rate was at 20.00%, but had decreased up to 5.79% and is at 18.85%
  • The R Rate was at 9.02%, but had decreased up to 0.67% and is at 8.90%
  • The BB Rate was at 4.71%, but had increased up to 7.39% and is at 4.97%
  • The SO Rate was at 23.53%, but increased up to 2.49% and is at 24.08%
  • The HR Rate was at 2.75%, but increased up to 5.45% and is at 2.88%

PER 9

  • The H/9 was at 7.03, but had decreased up to 4.55% and is at 6.70. Current ranks (7th MLB/4th NL) behing Max Scherzer of the Washington Nationals at 5.95
  • The R/9 was at 3.17 and had no change in June
  • The BB/9 was at 1.65, but had increased up to 8.57% and is at 1.77. Current ranks (17th MLB/11th NL)
  • The SO/9 was at 8.27, but decreased up to 3.72% and is at 8.57. Current ranks (27th/17th NL)
  • The HR/9 was at 0.96, but had increased up to 6.76% and is at 1.02.

Ranks determine for Qualified Innings pitched for the Minimum

STRIKEOUT TO WALK

Cueto is in the Top 10 in this category (8th in NL) with Max Scherzer of the Washington Nationals leading all of the NL with a 9.29 K/BB Ratio. Cueto so far this season has reached his lowest ratio of 4.84, but will range in 5.24-6.92 for the 2015 season. Cueto one time had a 10.00 ratio, which occurred on Opening Day.

LOCATION SPLITS

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