Top 3 Pitchers
21.1 IP / 0.42 ERA / 3.43 FIP
Before giving up his 1st run with the Shuckers, Ortiz went 5 IP, 5 Hs, 0 ER, 3 BBs, and 3 Ks against the Mississippi Braves to get his 2nd win of the season. While his 4 IP, 6 Hs, 1 ER, 1 BB, and 2 Ks didn’t result in a win for the Shuckers yesterday, he certainly gave them a chance. All signs seem to be pointing that the Milwaukee Brewers will be playing it safe the rest of the season with his pitch count to not further the groin strain.
99.2 IP / 3.34 ERA / 2.66 FIP
After the month of July, it’s no surprise Woodruff had a few hiccups in the month of August giving up 11 ERs in 2 starts. But, he rebounded with his last one going 8 IP, 2 Hs, 0 ER, 2 BBs, and 7 Ks. This would be good time for the 2014 11th round draft pick to start another streak for the Shuckers to make a push for the playoffs.
64.2 IP / 2.37 ERA / 2.96 FIP
Jungmann had his best start of the year as he went 8 IP, 3 Hs, 0 ER, 0 BBs, and 8 Ks. He went 8 IP in last July, but gave up just 1 ER. At this point many wonder if he could be a September call-up for the Milwaukee Brewers and he’s certainly making it shown why he should be.
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