...goes to Mike Remlinger. After getting his first out in a Red Sox uniform in the bottom of the tenth, his ERA shrunk to 54, and his WHIP to 15. Now those might not sound very good, but you have to remember they were both "infinity" beforehand, so it's really quite an improvement for him. He then managed to load the bases, and give up a grand slam to Craig Monroe, but no harm: his ERA's still 54, and his WHIP actually went down further, to 9. Congratulations, Mike! You are today's Most Improved Player.
Okay, enough harshing. In fairness, his WHIP was seriously hurt by errors in his first two appearances, and I can't help but feel bad for the guy -- he was an All-Star just 3 years ago. Still, he really should be out of a job tomorrow.
Same goes for Alan Trammell.
Same goes for Alan Embree.