As the Dodgers look towards the NLDS in a few weeks, there's little doubt about which pitcher will start Game 1: Randy Wolf. When the Dodgers signed Wolf last offseason, they envisioned Wolf becoming a solid back-end of the rotation starting pitcher, who could throw some quality innings and take some of the pressure off the Dodgers' young pitchers. But as we've seen this season, Wolf has been much more than that for the Dodgers.
How will Wolf's stellar 2009 campaign help him on the free agent market?
Let's have a look:
The Case for Randy Wolf
I knew that Randy Wolf was having a very good 2009 season, but I had no idea just how good he was pitching this season until I looked at the numbers.
Check it out:
6th in WHIP: 1.084
14th in ERA: 3.2 ...
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Article written by Josh Levitt