Runs scored: 39 (3.0/G)
Runs allowed: 85 (6.5/G)
Read the jump if you want to see some really bad batting/pitching lines. It's all some cherry picked BS but you may find it interesting if you need some depressing news to keep you on an even keel after the win. Props to http://www.baseball-reference.com/ for making this easy.
Matt Wieters: .412/.464/.529 21/56, 3 2B, 1 HR *5 R, 5 RBI*. So in 2 weeks of batting Wieters like, 9 runs were produced.
Ty Wigginton hit .316/.373/.553 with 3HR, and a whopping 5 RBI. He scored 3 runs, all thanks to his homers
Brian Roberts hit a sub-average but respectableish (for a slump) .250/.333/.396. He got on base 18 times, and scored 5 runs.
Our young veteran Nick Markakis made outs to the tune of .143/.225/.238. K%: 16.7 BB%: 10.4. Hit em where they ain't, Nicky
Melvin Mora: .194/.268/.333 and only 1 GIDP. I also hear he may have played some decent defense, so he can keep his head held high.
Jeremy Guthrie: an ERA of 5.03 and gave us 19.2 innings of average (aka much better than the bullpen) pitching. His HR/9 was under 1, and we scored 2.28 R/9 to support him. He went 0-3
Berken ERA: 13.50 OPSa: 1.211. This is called, "taking your lumps". But there's no need to get greedy about it.
DH ERA: 5.51 HR/9: 2.28 So, it doesn't look like you can fool these major league hitters like you smoked them in the minors. Perhaps an adjustment is in order.
JJ: ERA: 5.40 LD%: 36%. Dude. Did you hang out with Adam Eaton earlier this year?
Albers: ERA: 14.73 OPSa: 1.197. Buh-bye!
Brian Bass: ERA 3.68 OPSa: .738. Huh!