Youngsters Making An Impact In 2016; National League East
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Spring training camps are opening up and we’re taking a look at a couple of young players for each team that I think will have a larger impact in 2016. We started with the American League East, moved to the AL Central, hit the AL West and swung it around today to the National League East. Keep on reading as we go division by division!
Wisler entering his age 23 season already has 19 starts (20 games) under his belt with mixed results.
Regardless, he’s young, has much to learn, but will also be a building block as Atlanta tries to return to relevancy in the NL East over the next few years.
Wisler impressed in his debut, as he went 8 innings giving up 6 hits and an earned run against the Mets for his first career win.
He was then properly hit hard in his next start against Washington where he last just 4 innings. His ERA remained a respectable 3.43 through his first 7 starts until he was shelled in for 12 combined runs his next two starts. Wisler did finish …
Posted on February 19, 2016, in The Rest: Everything Baseball and tagged al central, AL East, AL West, American league, Atlanta Braves, craig kimbrel, matt wisler, miami marlins, michael conforto, national league, new york mets, NL east, philadelphia phillies, Shane Kay, sonsof84tigers.mlblogs.com, washington nationals. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.