Time to Declare the Bullpen a Natural Disaster

O’s pen leads the Majors with 31 losses

By Matthew Taylor

At this point there’s nothing left for Dave Trembley to do other than declare his bullpen a natural disaster and apply for FEMA aid. Sadly, the players will continue to learn that their insurance runs are good for nothing. Expect President Bush to visit Camden Yards this week and tell the bullpen they’re doing a “heckuva job.”

The bullpen added to its Major League-leading loss total last night, notching its 31st loss of the season after an 11-run eighth inning against the Devil Rays turned a 6-3 lead into a 14-8 final.

The pen is now 16-31 for the season, with a 5.85 ERA, 1.60 WHIP, and 420 hits allowed in 381.2 innings. You can follow the carnage totals here. Perhaps the O’s can mount consideration for Baseball Prospectus’s list of “worst bullpens ever.”

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