Yep. Good thing Middleton overruled Klentak and hired Girardi and fired the pitching coach.
For one thing, they were mis-using analytics, the three outcomes is only one aspect, the other which is now getting more attention is exit velocity, more contact with less velocity is as effective as the big K pitcher.
With Wheeler and Velasquez, they should pound the top of the K zone, but show enough breaking stuff and changeups to keep hitters' timing off.
With Nola and Eflin they should work down and in and out, and use the high FB as a "show me" pitch to keep hitters from sitting on the knee high two seamer and off speed stuff.
This is how Appel got ruined, he was an elite two seamer coming out of college, Houston tired to make him into a top of the zone four seam pitcher and he never recovered.
Different strokes for different folks.