Know Thine Enemy: The Good Phight
|2010 - Roy Halladay||8-5||14||14||5||3||0||0||107.0||97||32||28||6||16||90||2.36||1.06|
After fighting through Cole Hamels last night to make one of the best comebacks of the season, it doesn't get any easier today against Doc. This should be fun.
|2010 - Carl Pavano||7-6||13||13||1||0||0||0||87.1||86||39||38||10||14||53||3.92||1.15|
Luigi is coming off a strong start his last time out, and if the Twins have any hopes of winning this series he's going to have to out-pitch a perennial Cy Young candidate. What's been great about Pavano since the Twins acquired him, though, has been his ability to pitch well in big games. He can command the strike zone, threaten the hitters with a few swings and misses, and then there's that mustache which should probably creep everyone out. Pitch well today, Carl.