<not sure how to articulate this so please bear with me>
Do you think the same pitcher can perform differently for different teams? Or do the stats all come together over time? Here's what I mean. A lot of folks here think very highly of Cueto and Fernandez. But for me, they have performed very poorly:
Cueto: 4.55 ERA after 83 innings
Fernandez: 7.84 ERA after 31 innings
These stats are against humans and computer (Bonus games, primarily, although everyone on my team performs far better against computer). Have I just not given them enough innings? Will their stats improve over time? Part of it may be that I've been playing frequently against someone who hits every pitcher exceedingly well, and this particular player may be skewing the stats. (Strasburg, Scherzer, Grienke, Tanaka and Price have been destroyed as well, but over far fewer innings).
How have Cueto and Fernandez performed for you guys?
Kershaw, King Felix and Madbum have performed consistently better, with ERAs in the mid-twos after boatloads of innings (thousands). I just can't seem to settle on the final two pieces of my rotation.
I can say the same about relievers, too <But I have found one potential hidden gem: David Robinson (2.08 ERA after 50+ innings).>