A rough 2019 season depressed Aaron Nola in drafts last season. However, with a tweak in his arsenal, a rebound season ensued at a discount. Do not be fooled by his 5-5 record, Philadelphia rostered a historically bad bullpen. Instead, focus on the other surface statistics like his 12 starts, 71.1 innings pitches (almost six innings per outing), a 96:23 K:BB, a 3.28 ERA, 3.25 SIERA and 1.08 WHIP.

He turned in career highs in both strikeout percentage (33.2) and swinging strike rate (13.4 percent). Nola reduced contact allowed with his lowest mark in the majors of 71.3 percent along with a robust 38.1 O-Swing (outside the strike zone) percentage. One wart, the Z-Contact (in the strike zone) remaining at 84.1 percent.

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