- Wilson held the Rockies to just one run over eight innings of work on Friday night to improve his record to 7-4. He lowered his ERA to 2.39, and he has quietly put together one of the best seasons of any pitcher in the American League. His 8.32 K/9 is the highest of his career as a starter, and his 59.1 percent first pitch strike rate (career high) indicates that owners could see a drop in his walk rate. His .240 BABIP and 77 percent strand rate have been favorable, but his 17.1 percent line drive rate is the second lowest of his career while his 53.7 percent ground ball rate is his highest as a starter. Look for Wilson to finish with an ERA around 2.90.
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