Randy Wells (7-4) didn’t get the win to show for it, but his outing Saturday vs. the Mets was one of his best of the season.
That’s saying something considering Wells had won five straight starts and six of seven overall.
In fact, Wells has been so dominate of late that he’s issued just four earned runs over his last 28.2 innings, including Saturday’s two-run effort, good for an ERA around 1.00 over that stretch.
That’s a far cry from the pitcher Wells was early in the season, who at one point struggled through nine straight starts without a single victory.
So why the turn-a-round?