|2014 Season (CBSSports.com)||190.00||11.00||13.00||0.00||4.03||1.35||148.00||72.00|
|Games Played By Position|
|vs Chi. Cubs|| 26.0||1||3|| 4.50||0||6||27|
|vs LHB|| 95.0||0||0|| 5.12||0||26||77|
|vs RHB|| 103.2||0||0|| 2.08||0||35||77|
|10/21/2014||Wily Peralta, SP MIL|
Pablo Sandoval, 3B SF
|Danny Santana, CF MIN|
|10/17/2014||Yu Darvish, SP TEX|
Yadier Molina, C STL
|Jesse Hahn, SP SD|
Wily Peralta, SP MIL
Archie Bradley, SP ARI
Drew Smyly, SP TB
|10/12/2014||Zack Wheeler, SP NYM|
Shelby Miller, SP STL
Matt Shoemaker, SP LAA
|Wily Peralta, SP MIL|
Christian Yelich, LF MIA
|Last 10 Games|
Wily Peralta a tough-luck loser
|by Al Melchior | Data Analyst|
|(9/21/14) Wily Peralta notched his fourth quality start in four tries in September on Sunday, but he couldn't escape with his second win of the month. The Brewers failed to score against the Pirates' Vance Worley and Tony Watson, so Peralta wound up on the wrong side of a 1-0 decision.
Peralta limited the Pirates to five singles and three walks, resulting in a single run over seven innings. He also struck out four batters.
Dropping his record to 16-11, Peralta managed to lower his ERA to 3.62. His next assignment is to start against the Cubs on Saturday.
Wily Peralta allows two runs in no-decision vs. Cardinals
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
|(9/17/14) Brewers pitcher Wily Peralta didn't factor into the decision Tuesday, giving up two earned runs on five hits and one walk in seven innings while striking out three in his team's 3-2, 12-inning win over the Cardinals.
Peralta gave up a pair of runs in the first inning, one on a bases-loaded walk and another on a double play, and though he settled down from that point on, the offense was unable to pick him up until the ninth inning. He owns a 3.70 ERA and 137:57 K:BB ratio in 184 2/3 innings. Peralta is scheduled to face the Pirates Sunday.
Wily Peralta picks up win No. 16 Wednesday
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
|(9/10/14) Brewers pitcher Wily Peralta earned a win Wednesday, giving up just one earned run on five hits and three walks in 6 2/3 innings while striking out five in his team's 4-1 victory over the Marlins.
Peralta (16-10) tossed six scoreless innings before surrendering a solo home run in the seventh. Though he endured two rough outings at the end of August, he's largely been excellent all season. Peralta owns a 3.75 ERA and 134:56 K:BB ratio in 177 2/3 innings. He's scheduled to face the Cardinals Tuesday.
Wily Peralta fans seven in no-decision
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
|(9/5/14) Brewers pitcher Wily Peralta struck out seven in a quality start Thursday against the Cardinals. However, he was unable to factor into the decision. He permitted three runs on seven hits and two walks over six innings of work.|
Of his 98 pitches, 60 were strikes. He owns a 3.84 ERA and a 1.35 WHIP over 28 starts (171 innings). His next start will come Wednesday at home against Miami.
Wily Peralta gets roughed up in loss to Giants
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
|(8/30/14) Brewers pitcher Wily Peralta had a tough start Friday against the Giants.|
Peralta gave up six runs on nine hits over three innings. He struck out one and walked two during the outing. Peralta got himself in trouble immediately. After recording one out in the first inning, Peralta allowed four straight singles. By the end of the inning, three runs had come across for the Giants. The issues continued in the second. San Francisco started the inning with a single and a double. Both runs would come around to score. Peralta would go on to give up his final run on a single the following inning.
With the loss, Peralta fell to 15-9. He’ll take on the Cubs in his next start.
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Catchers are getting more credit for influencing ball/strike calls, but Fantasy owners may very well be able to ignore their impact.
|Wily Peralta's rookie season was shaping up to be a forgettable one when he had a 6.08 ERA and 1.66 WHIP and was averaging just 5.1 strikeouts per nine innings in mid-June. But something clicked right about that point -- something that peripherals, matchups and even pure logic can't explain. Over his final 17 starts -- or more than half the season -- Peralta compiled a 3.05 ERA, 1.23 WHIP and 7.3 strikeouts per nine innings. Again, it's not like he developed a new pitch or overcame his occasional bouts of wildness. He just stopped getting hit so hard. In a way, it makes sense. Any pitcher with promise should theoretically progress over time even if nothing changes for him fundamentally. Still, you can expect Peralta to have his share of skeptics. Make no mistake: He was a legitimate prospect coming up through the minors and has a good enough fastball to merit sleeper consideration, but because of perception, you can afford to pass up Peralta outside of NL-only leagues.
(Updated 1/2/14) |
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