2010: 3.55 ERA, .305 BABIP, 3.32 FIP
2011: 3.67 ERA, .315 BABIP, 3.35 FIP
He was prone to the longball last year, giving up twice as many in '11 as he did in '10, but he improved his strikeouts by more than two per nine innings and lowered his walks from 3.23/9 to 2.93/9. There was no significant increase or decrease in pitch velocity to explain this and his heat maps are virtually identical from the last two years. His Win/Loss record is pedestrian, but so is the lineup giving him run support.