Wednesday, April 06, 2005


Check out Bobby Madritsch's pitch counts from the second half of the 2004 season.

8/5/04 at Tampa Bay (ND)
8 IP, 105 PIT

8/11/04 Minnesota (ND)
7 IP, 117 PIT

8/17/04 at Kansas City (W)
7 IP, 119 PIT

8/23/04 Tampa Bay (L)
7 IP, 109 PIT

8/28/04 Kansas City (ND)
8 IP, 118 PIT

9/3/04 at Chicago White Sox (L)
6 IP, 101 PIT

9/9/04 Boston (W)
8 IP, 126 PIT

9/14/04 Anaheim (W)
8.1 IP, 122 PIT

9/19/04 Oakland (L)
7 IP, 119 PIT

9/24/04 at Texas (ND)
3.2 IP, 66 PIT

9/29/04 at Oakland (W)
9 IP, 133 PIT

In 11 starts, Madritsch went over 100 pitches 10 out of 11 starts.

He was 4-3 as a starter, 6-3 overall in 2004. Of course, the Mariners were already out of the A.L. West race by the time Bob Melvin put Madritsch into the rotation.

Am I going to blame Bob Melvin if Madritsch's left shoulder is seriously hurt? Yes. But the blame also has to go to Bryan Price as well. Let's just keep our fingers crossed that Madritsch isn't seriously hurt.

It goes without saying, but the Mariners can not afford to lose Bobby Madritsch. The pitching staff isn't solid as it is, so losing Mads wouldn't help matters one bit.

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