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Nick Pivetta 2018 Outlook

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5 minutes ago, Elviplatinum said:

Made atlanta look bad today.  And baltimore last week.  Both very good lineups.

 

I would start him everywhere but @yankees @fenway 

 

 

 

baltimore is a good lineup? maybe in early 1900s dead ball era when the ball was wrapped around a sock.

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9 hours ago, Flyman75 said:

I have Pivetta in a daily roto league, and while I see some say he's an easy sit in daily roto, I say he's an easy start

 

[insert pat-on-the-back gif here]

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National League pitchers this season with 60+ strikeouts and 12 walks or fewer: Nick Pivetta. And nobody else.

(Only Kluber and Porcello have done it in the AL.)

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Came to eat my crow.  I ended up getting busy today and forgot to sit him lol. Regardless,  defendable sit but the trust is rapidly rising.  I'll start until he burns me now,  going through those lefties today was great to see

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If you remove that game vs the nats, 

He's 59k:9bb, 2.25 era, 0.94 whip (52 ip)

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I don't even count that nats game.  He looked like he was sick or something.

 

And the Ump did not help at all.

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As a Phillies fan I love the fact that the Nationals traded him to us for Papelbon. The best.

 

Was at 60 pitches through 3 IP and was able to make it through 7IP. That right there is my favorite thing about this start.

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3 hours ago, rdf8585 said:
 

National League pitchers this season with 60+ strikeouts and 12 walks or fewer: Nick Pivetta. And nobody else.

(Only Kluber and Porcello have done it in the AL.)

NL version of the Klubot: confirmed

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Not sure if he can sustain this but very exciting start to the season.

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8 minutes ago, AHF said:

Not sure if he can sustain this but very exciting start to the season.

Everything about his underlying numbers says this is sustainable. Increased his swinging strike to 11.3. Decreased his BB/9 by almost 2. And hard hit is down to 27.2% .

 

He's a solid buy.

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23 minutes ago, High&Inside said:

Everything about his underlying numbers says this is sustainable. Increased his swinging strike to 11.3. Decreased his BB/9 by almost 2. And hard hit is down to 27.2% .

 

He's a solid buy.

I'm going to try, hopefully I'm able to get him. To me, he's been the best pitcher of that staff this year, even better than Nola. just me though. 

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5 minutes ago, InMyBagYo said:

I'm going to try, hopefully I'm able to get him. To me, he's been the best pitcher of that staff this year, even better than Nola. just me though. 

Slow down there. Nola is the better pitcher. Pivetta has a higher K potential. But Nola is the ace of that staff.

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