Jose Suarez (0-1, 10.80 ERA) will likely be the starting pitcher for the Los Angeles Angels and he will be making his third start of the regular season on Tuesday night against the New York Yankees in the Bronx.
According to my own created statistics, Suarez has .000 actual wins and 1.235 actual losses so far during the regular season.
(Actual wins are a percentage of innings pitched in all games Suarez has actually pitched in that the Los Angeles Angels actually won while actual losses are determined by a percentage of runs given up in all games Suarez has actually pitched in that the Angels actually lost)!
In other words, the Angels are 0-2 in Suarez’s regular season starts.
Suarez’s True ERA in the regular season is 9.99.
(To read more about my own created statistics about actual wins, actual losses, true ERA and other forms of run average and earned run average you can read more about that right here.)
Throughout the entire season (including Spring Training), Suarez is 2-2 with a 7.41 ERA.
According to my own created statistics, Suarez has .778 actual wins and 1.521 actual losses (.338 win percentage) for the entire season.
Los Angeles has won two of the five games he has pitched in so far this season (including Spring Training).
Suarez’s True ERA throughout the entire season (including Spring Training) is 7.01.