Especially bases-loaded walks. They are getting old.
Evan Grant is worried about Kason Gabbard's loss of command since coming off the disabled list, and suggests that Doug Mathis may stick in the rotation when Kevin Millwood is activated, at Gabbard's expense.
I wouldn't really have a problem with that, I don't guess. Gabbard has 29 walks and 20 Ks this season, and that's terrible. Although in looking at it, Mathis has 7 walks and 1 K in his two starts, and that's not much of an improvement.