The 25-year-old Aaron Nola has been lights out the majority of this season. He got the call to start the season opener in Atlanta – a start that lasted 5 1/3 innings. Out of those 5 1/3 innings, he’d go on to allow just one run. That is just one start of many great starts to come this season.
In just his third start of the season, Nola dominated the Cincinnati Reds at Citizens Bank Park for what was his first win of the season. In eight innings pitched, he allowed just one run. He finished the month of May going 4-1 with a 1.80 ERA. He started in six games.
As of June 9th, Nola hasn’t allowed more than five runs in a start so far. Needless to say, that is something other starters currently in the rotation have done.
As of publishing date, Aaron Nola is 7-2 with a 2.35 ERA this season. He’s in the midst of what could potentially be the biggest season of his career." >
Not only has Nola pitched good so far this season, he’s only shown a glimpse of what he’s capable of in his many starts to come.
According to mlb.com, Aaron Nola is projected to have a cumulate record of 14-8 with a 3.05 ERA to end this regular season. That’s in 31 games started.