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Is Matt Cain Finally Becoming the Pitcher We All Expected Him To Be?

Published by on May 13, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB

The 2007 and 2008 seasons saw Matt Cain dominate at times and somehow leave the ballpark with a loss. His record in the previous two seasons was 15-30 and yet he still ranked in the top 20 in ERA both years.

That doesn't make much sense now does it?

When asked about if Cain was ready to take that next step to the kind of pitcher people thought he could be before the year began, there was always the statement, “Yeah, but...” and then usually a tilt of the head.

He’d certainly pitched to the caliber of at least a rising front-end of the rotation guy, but the lack of run support had hurt his numbers significantly.

I’d like to find a pitcher who had gotten absolutely no run...

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