Atlantic, you will be able to hear the faint sounds of optimism leading to the heads and ghosts of dozens of Nationals fans in the DC Metro Return to the region. The reason for this is that Washington is finally eliminating the human embodiment of the term "bullpen troubles".
Trevor Rosenthal's stint with the Nats leads to final stats that are downright unbelievable. After 6.1 IP, 12 appearances and 43 fights, he managed 19 outs, five strikeouts, 15 walks, five HBPs and five wild pitches, and allowed eight hits and 16 earned runs with 22.74 ERA and 21 ERA +.
For the last act of the former All-Stars with Washington, he allowed three earned runs and three walks without taking on a single on Saturday. To be fair to Rosenthal, his successor, Tanner Rainey, certainly did not help matters by letting go with the charged bases – Rosenthal had dropped them all there – and Freddie Freeman allowed an RBI double to clear the bases to hit to blow an 8 -4 lead, which eventually turned into a 13-9 loss. Worth mentioning is also, whenever Rosenthal emerges as an issue, the unfortunate reality that his time with the The national team should recover to his career after the operation.
If all this contains a silver lining, it is the fact that Rosenthal still receives $ 7 million from its citizens, guaranteed by its contract.