Los Angeles Angels Midseason Report Card: Starters
0-2, 11.81 ERA, 5.1 IP
Enough was enough for David Huff, who had no stuff and the lack of stuff made it rough for his team to succeed.
That little poem was probably the best thing about Huff’s brief stint with the Angels which was as unsuccessful as the team’s season has been.
His two starts were his only in the Majors this season — both occurred in mid-June and both ended poorly.
In his debut with the team on June 7, Huff gave up five earned runs and eight hits in just 3.2 innings, getting the loss against the New York Yankees.
In his next start, he allowed five runs (though only two were earned) and five hits in just 1.2 innings.
That spelled the end of Huff’s tenure with the Angels and he was optioned to Triple-A, where he is now on the temporarily inactive list.
If anything, he made things worse for the Angels and probably won’t join the team again this season.