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Ryu is better than Chen - but that's not saying much

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Ryu is better than Chen - but that's not saying much
I wanted to compare the two, using Nate Silver's QERA. We all know that the standard ERA is not a good indicator of a pitcher's strength, since pitcher's have little control over balls in play. Behind their decent ERAs are the following QERAs.


Chen 5.0501374739
Ryu 4.0489989118

I was shocked that Chen is responsible for about 5 runs a game.
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