Which Aaron Nola will we see?
Aaron Nola’s first start back from the disabled list was quite impressive as he gave up just one run in seven innings. Nola allowed four hits and two walks while striking out five batters. It seemed like the Nola from the beginning of the 2016 season was back.
Nola wasn’t impressive at all against the Reds as he allowed five runs in six innings. The Reds collected six hits, including two home runs, off of Nola.
In three career starts against the Marlins, Nola has been effective, giving up just three runs in 20 innings while striking out 16 batters. Hopefully, he will able to continue that success in his start Wednesday.