Originally Posted To WahoosOnFirst.com
There are a lot of ways to look at Danny Salazar’s 2014 season. One can look and see a pitcher who was not used to pitching with full intensity in the early going and after some mechanical tweaks was back to his normal, flame throwing self. One could see a guy who was battling an arm injury early on and once he took some time off he was able to come back healthy and with his best velocity. One could see a guy who was simply unlucky to give up as many hits as he did (.343 BABIP in 2014, .298 in 2013) and got better results once his luck started to turn around.