Not only has Wainwright chewed up a lot of innings in his first 4 starts but he also has pitched with impeccable command. Perfect command to be exact. So perfect that he has a spotless 28-0 strikeouts to walks ratio. And this stat is monumental. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, no other major-league pitcher in the modern era (since 1900) has struck out 25 or more batters without issuing a walk in his first four starts of a season. To any stats freak (like me) that is mind-blowing because it has actually never been done before in 113 years of modern baseball.
On the year Wainwright is 3-1 W/L, 29 IP, 2.48 ERA, 28 K, O BB, 1.07 WHIP.
I must say that that's a pretty neat accomplishment by Mr. Wainwright.