Cubs starting pitching has looked really good over the last 10 games. Not just really good, exceptionally good. Jose Quintana has gone 7.0 innings in 3 straight games just to name one. As a whole, the Cubs starting rotation is 7-2 with a 1.39 ERA during this stretch.
Cubs starters have gone 64 2/3 innings in the last 10 games, allowing just 41 hits and 4 homers. The rotation has struck out 70 and walked 15 with a 0.86 WHIP during this time. Those marks all rank in the Top-3 amongst MLB teams from 4/11 to 4/23.
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The pitchers have adjusted to the batters (at least for the Cubs). And there’s still a week left in April for the Cubs rotation to do more damage.
This has been a truly dominant stretch for Jose Quintana, Yu Darvish, Cole Hamels, Kyle Hendricks, and Tyler Chatwood. We would love to see a lot of stretches for the Cubs like these during the season.