Corbin Burnes Milwaukee Brewers

Age: 27 (October 22, 1994) | 6' 3" | 205lbs. | Throws: Right Minors: p-8
Tm Lg YEAR W L SV Hld G GS IP H HR BB SO ERA WHIP Rating BB/9 SO/9 BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
MIL A+ 2017 5 0 0 0 10 10 60.0 37 1 16 56 1.05 0.88 0.78 2.4 8.4 .241 n/a
MIL AA 2017 3 3 0 0 16 16 85.2 66 2 20 84 2.10 1.00 0.92 2.1 8.8 .289 n/a
MIL AAA 2018 3 4 0 0 19 13 78.2 83 7 31 81 5.15 1.45 1.39 3.5 9.3 .350 n/a
MIL NL 2018 7 0 1 3 30 0 38.0 27 4 11 35 2.61 1.00 1.01 2.6 8.3 .242 49/21/30 11 8
MIL AAA 2019 0 1 0 0 8 7 22.1 29 2 9 25 8.46 1.70 1.63 3.6 10.1 .416 n/a
MIL NL 2019 1 5 1 4 32 4 49.0 70 17 20 70 8.82 1.84 2.15 3.7 12.9 .437 45/24/31 -15 -8
MIL NL 2020 4 1 0 0 12 9 59.2 37 2 24 88 2.11 1.02 0.87 3.6 13.3 .304 46/19/34 32 32
MIL NL 2021 11 5 0 0 28 28 167.0 123 7 34 234 2.43 0.94 0.90 1.8 12.6 .329 49/21/30 30 30
Career 4yrs 23 11 2 7 102 41 313.2 257 30 89 427 3.39 1.10 1.10 2.6 12.3 .332 n/a
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They do have relievers in the NL. I think.

Alex Patton Alex
Nov 18

NATIONAL LEAGUE RESULTS


, MIL: 12 (first-place votes), 14 (second), 3 (third), 1 (fourth) -- 151 points
, PHI: 12 (first), 9 (second), 4 (third), 4 (fourth), 1 (fifth) -- 141 points
, WSH/LAD: 6 (first), 5 (second), 13 (third), 6 (fourth) -- 113 points
, LAD: 2 (second), 9 (third), 17 (fourth), 1 (fifth) -- 70 points
, MIL: 2 (fourth), 17 (fifth) -- 21 points
, SF: 1 (third), 4 (fifth) -- 7 points
, STL: 3 (fifth) -- 3 points
, LAD: 3 (fifth) -- 3 points
, NYM: 1 (fifth) -- 1 point

Alex Patton Alex
Nov 18

Does Burnes get any extra credit for 8 IP of the combined no-hitter with Hader?

Kent Ostby Seadogs
Oct 7

I think it's going to come down to IP.  Wheeler had significantly more and his rate stats are not significantly worse. It's the combination of rate and volume that put Wheeler at the top, ahead of both Burnes and Scherzer IMO.  I think Buehler is probably somewhere 2-4, but I haven't looked at it closely enough being an AL guy. Urias would not make my top 5. Woodruff would be my #5.

Eugene Freedman EugeneFreed
Oct 7

46 fewer innings and 4 less starts than Wheeler will affect it too. 

van wilhoite LVW
Oct 7

The 11 wins may sink his Cy Young hopes despite having the highest SO/9 among starters and the lowest FIP by nearly a run. Scherzer, Wheeler, Urias, and Buehler all have an argument to make as well.

Kent Ostby Seadogs
Oct 7

I think not bad, but definitely "frameworks," and Pos makes a good case that using DRS dooms bWAR unless it adjusts for the Savant real outcomes data. The expected Savant numbers (ERA, BA, SLG) are probabilistic gold at this point, but how to incorporate them into a system of ballpark and opponent adjustments boggles my literal mind.

But someone will do it.

Peter Kreutzer Rotoman
Sep 17

I don't like how fWAR is based on what the outcomes should have been based on expectations instead of what they were. I think WAR should measure actual outcomes not the sum of the components.  Fangraphs WAR only does this for pitchers.

That said, I didn't realize bWAR used DRS as a factor in its adjustment for pitchers. Now, I believe they are both bad.

Eugene Freedman EugeneFreed
Sep 17

Excellent explainer on pitcher WAR. Click here.

Peter Kreutzer Rotoman
Sep 17

Burnes was at a season high 115 pitches on a team headed for the pennant and a team that values low pitch counts more than almost any other team. 

Kent Ostby Seadogs
Sep 13