Ron Darling, the thinking man's pitcher, is thinking less and winning more these days.
Ron Darling, though, could be forgiven for thinking otherwise.
Very little, though, appears to be disturbing Ron Darling recently.
Ron Darling was the only one still disabled with the bad hand, and they tell me he's back.
They had not made a decision on Ron Darling.
Ron Darling has been the most successful with three-day starts, compiling a 3-1 record.
Ron Darling, though, continued doing the good work on what concerned him most last season: staying ahead of the hitters and his control.
But Ron Darling also has a losing record and no answers about his performance this season.
Ron Darling, a loser last year, will have his case heard today.
Ron Darling, 24, won 12 and lost 9, with a 3.81 earned-run average in his rookie season.