With 1.61 ERA, no rough spots for Diamond so far

Scott Diamond's 1.61. ERA is the lowest ever for a Twins rookie through seven starts in a season. It's also the lowest ERA in the American League among pitchers with at least 40 innings of work.
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Scott Diamond's 1.61. ERA is the lowest ever for a Twins rookie through seven starts in a season. It's also the lowest ERA in the American League among pitchers with at least 40 innings of work.

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