For ten games, the Dallas Giuseppe is not the pitcher needed for white socks. He doesn’t deliver stuff to the pinnacle of his talent.
If we look at the part, we can see that the jug does not dominate. From July to August, he has ERAs of 6.26 and 7.43 respectively – and would be fine without the club.
Pitchers like him and senior Craig Kimprell need to take their game to a new level to take the Sox to the next level. They are already winning players and who should pay more.
That, the first person involved knows.
In an interview, he confirmed that he knew his last 10 starts did not live up to expectations and that he would like to give more.
Besides, he knew that if he continued like this, Tony La Rousseau would not trust him in the playoffs as a starter.
The pitcher will admit it at first: he is now the weakest link in the cycle. With Lucas Giolito, Dylan Cheese, Carlos Roden and Lance Lynn all in good form, Giuseppe is now clearly # 5.
With teams only needing four in the playoffs, the chances of being a starter in October are slim.
However, are they zero? no answer. After all, a pitcher can have a fall or, more often than not, a bad injury can hit a pitcher.
For the benefit of his club and his personal interest, Keschel will do anything to get back on his feet in September. He still has time, but not much.