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Of course, who threw the pitches played a major part in these home runs as well.
Zimmerman crushed his three bombs off of Chris Tillman, whereas Navarro hit two off of John Danks and one off of Brian Omogrosso.
We'll start with Zimmerman, who hit his homers off of the No. 2 pitcher on the opposing club's staff, according to ESPN's depth charts. The 25-year-old Tillman had a rough start to his MLB career, but in 2012 he posted an ERA under 3.00 and his WHIP came down to just 1.05. He went 9-3 that year and finally had a positive WAR.
However, Tillman has regressed this year, posting a 3.68 ERA and a 1.33 WHIP prior to Wednesday's contest. This is partially due to the fact that he is a fly-ball pitcher, recording 104 fly balls and just 69 ground balls, and he had given up 10 home runs prior to his outing against the Nationals.
Danks, meanwhile, is the No. 3 pitcher for the White Sox and has a career 0.80 ground ball-to-fly ball ratio. It was only the second start of 2013 for Danks, and his season ERA went up to 5.40. He's been dealing with injuries over the last few years, which has led to poor numbers.
Omogrosso has been lackluster as well this season, posting an ERA of 7.00. However, his 1.14 grounder-to-fly ball ratio works in his favor.
It's tough to give an edge to either player since both faced easy pitchers, making this category is a tie.