• 11+ ER Allowed In A Start Of 3 IP Or Less

    Posted by on May 3rd, 2012 · Comments (1)

    Since 1918 -

    Rk Player Date Tm Opp Rslt IP H R ER
    1 Johnny Miljus 1929-07-25 CLE PHA L 3-21 3.0 13 14 14
    2 A.J. Burnett 2012-05-02 PIT STL L 3-12 2.2 12 12 12
    3 Ricky Nolasco 2011-08-17 FLA COL L 5-12 3.0 11 11 11
    4 Gio Gonzalez 2009-07-20 OAK MIN W 14-13 2.2 10 11 11
    5 Yovani Gallardo 2007-08-08 MIL COL L 4-19 2.2 12 11 11
    6 Jason Jennings 2007-07-29 HOU SDP L 11-18 0.2 8 11 11
    7 Jeff Fassero 2004-08-08 COL CIN L 7-14 3.0 11 11 11
    8 Arnie Munoz 2004-06-19 CHW MON L 14-17 3.0 10 11 11
    9 Jose Lima 2002-08-24 DET OAK L 3-12 2.2 9 11 11
    10 Junior Herndon 2001-08-30 SDP STL L 3-13 3.0 9 11 11
    11 Jimmy Anderson 2001-08-03 PIT COL L 7-12 2.1 11 11 11
    12 Roy Halladay 1999-04-29 TOR ANA L 1-17 2.1 9 11 11
    13 David Wells 1997-08-19 NYY ANA L 4-12 3.0 10 11 11
    14 Bryan Rekar 1996-04-28 COL MON L 9-21 2.1 10 11 11
    15 Doug Bird 1983-05-24 BOS CHW L 4-12 2.2 9 11 11
    16 Joe Coleman 1976-06-19 (2) CHC ATL L 5-12 2.2 10 11 11
    17 Boots Poffenberger 1938-06-12 DET WSH W 18-12 3.0 8 11 11
    Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Play Index Tool Used
    Generated 5/3/2012.

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    Well,  that answers the question of:  “What do A.J. Burnett and Boots Poffenberger have in common?”

    Comments on 11+ ER Allowed In A Start Of 3 IP Or Less

    1. Jim TreshFan
      May 3rd, 2012 | 12:55 pm

      Leave it to David Wells to have one of the best (perfect game) and one of the worst starts (see above) in Yankees history. The man lived in extremes. It’s an interesting list, all in all. Some rather good pitchers on it. Some very bad.

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