Don't worry, folks. This is the new, improved, old Barry Zito, who throws a sneaky quick 89 mph and breaks off nasty 12-6 curves. His changeup and fastball are different speeds now, which helps quite a bit. He'll be able to guide the Giants to another series win.
I mean, what, an unproven journeyman spot-starter is going to dominate the Giants' offense and outpitch a former Cy Young winner? Yeah, right. Do you get phone service on the planet you live on, weirdo? Us reality-based folks down here on Earth know how unlikely that is. Pfft.
|2009 - Barry Zito||0-2||4||4||0||0||0||0||22.1||22||13||13||2||9||15||5.24||1.39|
|2009 - Jason Hammel||0-0||4||1||0||0||0||0||9.2||14||7||6||2||5||7||5.59||1.97|
Come join us in a joyous celebration of pitching and *sob* *sob* sorry, I just can't pretend anymore (Part 2 of the Gameday Thread)