The best word that can be used to describe Milwaukee Brewers' starting pitcher Yovani Gallardo would be "steady." Just like all players, Gallardo has his moments and gets roughed up every now and then, but when you look back at his body of work at the end of the season, his numbers are good, year after year after year. In the past four seasons, Gallardo's ERA has remained between 3.51 and 3.85 -- not groundbreaking numbers by any means, but he only turns 27 this month and has yet to enter the prime of his career. Gallardo's only significant injury history since joining the Brewers was a freak ACL tear in 2008 when covering first base.
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