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Pitching Breakdown 2011

The numbers for the Cardinal starters, while not spectacular, were solid and were enough to get the job done in 2011. Let's break them down. Wins - 62 Innings Pitched - 999.0 Hits - 1047 K's - 677 ERA - 3.81 Walks - 277 Hits/9 IP - 9.43 K's/9 IP - 6.1 Walks/9 IP - 2.50 K's/Walk - 2.44 WHIP - 1.33 As a unit, Cardinal starters recorded 7 Complete Games in 2011. The breakdown is as follows: Carpenter - 4 Garcia - 2 Lohse - 1 They also recorded 5 Shutouts in 2011. The breakdown is as follows: Carpenter - 2 Garcia - 2 Lohse - 1 Let's look at Quality Starts - a stat that has not quite caught on yet. Using the 6 IP, 3 Earned Run criteria, the breakdown for Quality Starts among Cardinal pitchers is as follows: Carpenter - 22 Garcia - 19 Lohse - 16 Westbrook - 13 Jackson - 9 McClellan - 9 Lynn - 1 The Cardinals had 89 Quality Starts as a team. Breaking down Carp's 22 Quality Stars even further, he had 13 after getting off to his 1-7 start. To break the starters' numbers down further, Cardinal starters made 21 Quality Starts after being swept by the Dodgers on August 24 using the 6 IP, 3 ER criteria. The breakdown is as follows: Jackson - 6 Carpenter - 5 Carcia - 4 Lohse - 4 Westbrook - 2 The Cardinals went 18-8 in September. The number of September starts made by Cardinal pitching breaks down as follows: Carpenter - 6 Garcia - 5 Jackson - 5 Westbrook - 5 Lohse - 4 Dickson - 1 Out of 21 Quality Starts recorded by Cardinal pitchers since the sweep at the hands of the Dodgers, 19 of them came in September breaking down as follows: Carpenter - 5 Garcia - 4 Jackson - 4 Lohse - 4 Westbrook - 2 On an individual basis in September, the Cardinals' starting staff breaks down as follows: Carpenter: 3-0, 40 IP, 29 H, 5 ER, 7 BB, 32 K, 7.2 K/9 IP, 6.52 H/9 IP, 4.57 K/BB, 1.58 BB/9 IP, 0.90 WHIP, 1.13 ERA Garcia: 3-0, 30.2 IP, 30 H, 9 ER, 4 BB, 24 K, 7.0 K/9 IP, 8.80 H/9 IP, 6.00 K/BB, 1.17 BB/9 IP, 1.11 WHIP, 2.64 ERA Lohse: 2-0, 26.1 IP, 25 H, 4 ER, 5 BB, 22 K, 7.5 K/9 IP, 8.54 H/9 IP, 4.40 K/BB, 1.71 BB/9 IP, 1.14 WHIP, 1.37 ERA Jackson: 1-0, 31.2 IP, 37 H, 13 ER, 11 BB, 24 K, 6.8 K/9 IP, 10.51 H/9 IP, 2.18 K/BB, 3.12 BB/9 IP, 1.52 WHIP, 3.69 ERA* Westbrook: 1-2, 23 IP, 29 H, 4 ER, 12 BB, 20 K, 7.8 K/9 IP, 11.34 H/9 IP, 1.67 K/BB, 4.69 BB/9 IP, 1.78 WHIP, 4.30 ERA Dickson: 0-0, 3.1 IP, 6 H, 3 ER, 1 BB, 3 K, 8.10 K/9 IP, 16.21 H/9 IP, 3.00 K/BB, 2.70 BB/9 IP, 2.10 WHIP, 8.11 ERA * - Jackson's totals do not include his relief appearence in the second to last game of the season against the Astros. He had 1.0 IP and 2 H. In September as a unit, the Cardinal starters break down as follows: Wins - 10 Innings Pitched - 155.0 Walks - 42 Strikeouts - 125 ERA - 2.61 K/9 IP - 7.2 K/BB - 2.98 BB/9 IP - 2.44 Hits/9 IP - 9.05 WHIP - 1.27 _________________ "A thousand years from now when people study this civilization, we will be remembered for three things: The Constitution, Jazz Music, and Baseball." - Gerald Early (from "Ken Burns' Baseball", 1994)
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