Ranger Suárez started out the season on the 10 day-IL. When he came back, he performed badly, causing a lot of Phillies fans to worry that the injury (Left Elbow Strain) would keep him from being the same pitcher he was last year.
In Ranger Suárez's first 3 starts back from the IL, he got roughed up really badly. Posting a 9.82 ERA. Those numbers from Ranger Suárez should worry any Phillies fan.
Ranger Suárez has been a completely different pitcher as of late. In his last 4 outings, against the Mets, National's, Dodgers, and the Diamondbacks, Ranger Suárez has been putting up All-Star numbers. In 26 2/3 IP, he's given up 21 hits, 4 earned runs, 7 walks, 22 strikeouts, and a outstanding 1.35 ERA.
Ranger Suárez's performance has been a huge boost for the Philadelphia Phillies rotation as of late. There's no signs of Ranger Suárez slowing down anytime soon.