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West Virginia Power MLEs, part II

Do you have a word that, for some reason, you just can't type correctly on the first try? Or the second...uh, fifth? That word for me is Virginia. Too many i's, I guess.

That said, here are the WV pitchers' MLEs, with the usual caveats about sample sizes, the ludicrousness of adjusting low-A stats to the major leagues, and all that. It is worth noting that Yovani Gallardo would've fit in nicely with the Cincinnati Reds pitching staff, maybe as a mid-rotation starter.

West Virginia Pitchers
First Last IP H ER HR BB K ERA WHIP BAA
Josh Baker 64.7 97 110 36 43 33 15.31 2.17 .333
Justin Barnes 79.3 80 70 13 40 50 7.94 1.51 .252
Simon Beresford 26.3 46 52 20 18 17 17.77 2.43 .368
Derek De Carlo 94.7 129 129 28 59 39 12.26 1.99 .312
Yovani Gallardo 121.3 128 92 13 81 72 6.82 1.72 .260
Robert Hinton 74.7 69 52 18 43 50 6.27 1.50 .236
David Johnson 60.0 83 65 15 40 37 9.75 2.05 .316
Greg Kloosterman 142.7 212 207 43 92 74 13.06 2.13 .331
Forrest Martin 40.7 57 55 15 22 24 12.17 1.94 .318
Derek Miller 36.0 45 35 8 16 18 8.75 1.69 .294
Brian Montalbo 72.3 117 125 23 61 30 15.55 2.46 .350
Kevin Roberts 27.3 40 37 10 19 13 12.18 2.16 .328
Mark Rogers 98.7 111 139 28 112 71 12.68 2.26 .273
Ben Stanczyk 62.7 60 42 10 35 38 6.03 1.52 .242
Josh Wahpepah 116.3 161 127 31 40 52 9.83 1.73 .316
Robbie Wooley 41.3 80 75 0 29 16 16.33 2.64 .392