|2012 - Roy Oswalt||2-1||3||3||0||0||0||0||17.1||35||17||15||3||4||16||7.79||2.25|
It's been a downhill slide for Oswalt since his first start, and getting lit up for 20,007 runs in his last outing won't do much for anyone's confidence. One out of every two balls in play has fallen for a hit so far, which is clearly terrible but you could also expect that number to regress back to a more realistic level. Hopefully not against the Twins.
|2012 - Cole De Vries||2-1||5||4||0||0||0||0||23.0||22||14||10||6||7||16||3.91||1.26|
In spite of allowing six home runs in 23 innings, De Vries has done some things well this season. He's not allowing many base runners, and he's been pretty effective for a guy who had to be 9th or 10th on Minnesota's starting pitcher depth chart this season.