By the end of May, Greinke got his ERA down to a respectable 3.65, but he couldn’t get any wins. He pitched the type of game you’d expect out of him. But when getting 3 hits and 1 run is an improvement, it is proof the D-backs are clearly having some offensive issues. If there was ever a time to turn this ship around, it is now. If the D-backs can take 5 of 6 against the Reds and Marlins at home, perhaps things will look better at the end of it.
We’ve seen some horrible first pitches over the years by athletes. But, rookie QB Josh Rosen, needs to throw a good one. He just does.
Forget rhythm. That’s a goal for the end of this week. How about “several” hits rather than a “couple” or a “few”. Baby steps at this point.
Things could be worse. Panda playing second base is worse.