A.J. Burnett settled for a no-decision after tossing seven scoreless innings and allowing just three hits and two walks with five strikeouts against the Braves on Thursday.
Burnett is a sneaky own as you had to expect he would get off to a slow start. One indicator outside of the contract issues is his K/BB ratio, which is by far much less in the first month of season for his career than the months that are to come as it is the only month in his career that he owns a K/BB below 2.00. While he may fall short of his career type performance of last year he is still worth owing for his strikeout capability alone, especially in the K-friendly NL East. ANALYST: Michael Pichan
Wesley Johnson will start for the Clippers on Monday.
With Paul Pierce resting on Monday, Wesley Johnson will draw his sixth start of the season. After being taken with the fourth pick of the 2010 draft, Johnson simply hasn't panned out. That being said, he's a very reliable rotation player and will most likely give the Clippers solid minutes on Monday. Analysis: James Grande