Matt . . . do you have a pitch count for him . . . and Noland as well?
Beller was 73, Noland at 64 going into the fifth inning.
That’s amazing. I had their guy at 33 pitches in the first inning alone.
His pitch count is 93 now. He threw 28 in the first inning.
I had an awful time trying to keep up with the pitches on the radio. Phil whosit would say it was 2-2 and the live stats would show 2-1. Plus live stats never recorded fouls after 2 strikes.