Originally Posted by blandman
Read my other post. He's dead last over the last two seasons in the only two advanced metrics that matter for pitchers, ERA+ and pWar
Well there you have it, look no further than ERA+ and pWar for the absolute info on how good someone has been and will be!
If ERA+ is the end all be all, why does ERA have a surprisingly low year-to-year correlation compared to other stats that are much less prone to large fluctuations?