Karinchak came up with a reputation for walking a lot of batters and having command issues. So far in 9.1 innings he's walked three batters, all in different innings and none of them scored. So far it hasn't been a problem. Maybe it's OK to walk a guy every three innings if you don't give up any hits. I'll have to research that one.Eight games is a completely meaningless sample size. That’s the only thing you need to know.
He hasn’t gotten into trouble yet this year because he hasn’t given up a hit. I’m going to go out on a limb and say that’ll change at some point.
You seem like a nice person, but the way you continue to completely ignore information given to you is maddening.
I agree it's a small sample but I think it's OK to ask if maybe Karinchak has made an adjustment that has improved his command. I've heard we have a pretty decent pitcher development program with professional pitching coaches and everything. Maybe they helped him out a little. You'd think if he was really that wild we'd have seen some evidence of it by now.
You're right, I am a nice person and I don't completely ignore information I am given. I just don't believe all of it without question. I'm not your kind of poster, I guess. By hte way, I don't find you maddening at all. Just a little arrogant and condescending, but that's OK.