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The Return of the Pitching Charts

Mike SteffanosWednesday, April 11, 2007
By Mike Steffanos

Around the middle of last year I started updating a chart for each starting pitcher with every game. I enjoyed doing them, and a lot of the blog's readers seemed to like them. This year I thought we might get an early jump on watching our starting staff progress throughout the year. I have included the charts below of Tom Glavine, Orlando Hernandez and John Maine, the three pitchers who have already started two games. Oliver Perez's chart will be posted after tonight's game, and Mike Pelfrey's after his first two starts.

Tom Glavine
TOTAL (2 Games)11.163104312.381.151-1

Orlando Hernandez
TOTAL (2 Games)13.02276621.381.001-1

John Maine
TOTAL (2 Games)11.222610811.541.202-0

By the way, I know that I'm not posting as often or as timely as usual. We're in the process of finishing renovations to the home we bought, I'm busy with paying work, and we just found out Lisa will be in a cast for a couple of weeks. I think it might be into June before things get completely back to normal here, in the meantime we'll just continue to do our best.

About Mike: I was the original writer on this web site, actually its only writer for the first 15 months of existence. Although I am grateful for the excellent contributions of my fellow writers here, I have no plans of stepping back into strictly an editorial role. I started this thing in the first place because I love to write and I love the Mets, and blogging here keeps me somewhat sane. If you haven't had enough already, more bio info can be found here.

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Comments (2)

Mike - I , too, love the pitching lines you posted so regularly last season.

Don't worry about the frequency of your posts. The quality is what counts, not the quantity, and you are aces in quality blogging.

Besides, that gives us correspondents more room to flex our creative muscles. Right, guys?

Thanks, Dennis.

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