With the Orioles' staff ERA hovering around the 5.00 mark...

WINNERS AND LOSERS

April 24, 1994|By Milton Kent

With the Orioles' staff ERA hovering around the 5.00 mark, it's only natural to peek around the majors to see what's happening to pitchers who used to wear the black and orange. Through midweek, 10 former Baltimore starters had amassed a 2-11 record with a combined 5.48 ERA for their current clubs.

PLAYERS .. .. .. .. .. .. COMMENTS

Pete Harnisch .. .. .. .. 0-2 with a 10.26 ERA, with four homers. The

Loser .. .. .. .. ... ... Glenn Davis deal still looks bad, though.

Jeff Ballard .. .. .. .. Slid after winning 18 for the Orioles

Winner .. .. .. .. .. .. in 1989, but has found happiness in

.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... Pirates' middle relief.

Curt Schilling .. .. .. Relatively low ERA (3.95), but 0-2 record

.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. and on pace to give up 52-plus homers

.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. this year.

Rick Sutcliffe .. .. ... Braves launched three straight homers off

.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... him last week, but he's found niche as

.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... Cards' spot starter.

Dennis Martinez .. .. .. Averaging 7.5 innings per start with 3.90

.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ERA for Cleveland, but no wins to show for it.

Mike Morgan .. .. .. ... Morgan (0-2, 7.00 ERA), who was 1-6 here in

Loser.. .. .. .. ... ... '88, will get used to all the losing the

.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... Cubs will do.

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