Those numbers aren't too bad after 17 games for a front five entering the season without a clear ace-hurler. That ace absence certainly doesn't bother general manager Ken Williams.
"I think I said that in Spring Training that I've never looked, well, I don't currently look at this group anyway as a one through five," Williams said. "They are all capable on a given day of pitching against anyone's No. 1. If they are on their 'A' game, they can pitch like a No. 1.
"You have a bunch of guys that can just go out there and grind it out and shut down a team on a given day. I think, overall, it sets you up well for the grind."