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He was paid more than the top five finishers in the AL in ERA -- Clay Buchholz , Trevor Cahill, Jered Weaver, Dallas Braden and Felix Hernandez -- combined) WHIP? He finished 36th. OK. It happens, right? Tough adjustment to the AL East
between making and missing the postseason. 7. Athletics. Why: Trevor Cahill , Gio Gonzalez , Brett Anderson and Dallas Braden plus a just OK division equals 85-88 wins. You had Cahill and Gonzalez (combined $860,000 in 2010) winning 13
lowest ERA (3.58) in the AL. The fuzzy-cheeked rotation featured Trevor Cahill, Brett Anderson, Gio Gonzalez and Dallas Braden , yet the rotation produced a 3.47 ERA that was the best by an AL team since 1990. “I think he’s been remarkable, myself. It seems
being paid more than the top five pitchers in that category -- combined ( Buchholz , Trevor Cahill, Jered Weaver, Dallas Braden and Felix Hernandez). And the reality is that the Red Sox probably didn't figure that Lackey would be a Cy Young candidate
opportunities to blast Oakland starter Dallas Braden out of the game in the first couple ..... first 11 batters of the game against Braden , they could do no more. The Sox ..... in those first two innings, but Braden settled from that point, and the
kind of hard to buy into them, right? But they better start winning, and fast. Because I see nothing (other than Dallas Braden ) that suggests the Yankees or Rays will finish the season south of 95 wins. -- 3. Tiger Woods ' MRI shows "damage
But it's part of the game. That's how the game goes. You look for that mistake." Against Oakland starter Dallas Braden , there weren't too many mistakes to be had. But what there was were plenty of those off-speed offerings Ortiz
Rich Harden and Dan Haren in the middle and then concluding with the current group of Brett Anderson , Trevor Cahill , Dallas Braden and Gio Gonzalez . The A’s rotation this year had a 3.47 ERA, lowest by an American League team since 1990. Those experiences
more, giving the Red Sox their first lead of the game. All the runs in the inning were charged to Oakland starter Dallas Braden . The Sox added an insurance run in the eighth when Adrian Beltre scored on throwing error by Oakland reliever Jerry
injured shoulder, Red Sox rookie Yamaico Navarro will get the start at shortstop for the Red Sox. With left-hander Dallas Braden on the mound, the Sox will also feature right-handed hitters Darnell McDonald in center and Bill Hall in left
lefty] CC Sabathia took them into the eighth [inning] with a no-hitter, they got no-hit already by [A's lefty Dallas ] Braden , last year by [White Sox left Mark ] Buehrle . If you look at left-handers dominate the Rays, I think you match him up with
anemic offense. Though the team plated four runs (one earned) in the first two innings against Athletics starter Dallas Braden , the team was shut out over the next eight frames, squandering several opportunities in the process. The Sox finished
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