Many felt Frankie Montas broke out in 2019 when he recorded a 9-2 record over 96 innings with a 2.63 ERA. However, he struggled with injury issues during the shortened 2020 season finishing with a 3-5 mark over 53 innings and a 5.60 ERA. Some feel splitting the difference could make sense, but in 2021, he's gone through some adjustments with intriguing results within two different splits. 

In his Age-28 season, he's logged 31 starts with a 13-9 record in 181 innings with 200 strikeouts against 56 walks, a 3.48 ERA, 1.19 WHIP and 3.81 SIERA. Pretty solid. But, when parceling out his first 15 starts from his last 16, he's changed pitch mixes and may be taking the Sandy Alcantara path towards being a top-20 starter in 2022. 

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