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2010 Year In Review: Stockton Pitchers

Haviland was a Cal League All-Star.

In our next "Year in Review" article, we take a closer look at the 2010 pitching staff of the California League's Stockton Ports.

Stockton Ports Pitching At A Glance Team ERA: 4.60 (seventh out of 10 teams in the league) Strike-outs/Walks: 1163/516 (most and second-most, respectively) Team WHIP: 1.49 (seventh) Note: this article covers all pitchers who threw at least 20 innings for the Stockton Ports this season. The California League is known as a hitter's paradise, although the Stockton Ports have had plenty of pitching... Recommended Stories

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