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But how can he not be the one sent down, even if he has good stuff. Look at the performances of the other pitchers. What would be the rationale for keeping him up over one of the other pitchers.
Martin hasn't done anything yet. the rain ruined his last outing. his 1st start was a disaster. big start for him tomorrow.
Mock is not looking good, but like Sportsfan observes, he does have good stuff and enough pitches to make it as a starter. McCatty has shown before he can get in guys heads and turn them around, so I still hold out hope he can get Mock through this adjustment period.Admittedly it's looking like more of a longshot every outing, but still.
Mock is on the verge of having a "quality start".
Which says more about a "quality start" than anything. There's nothing quality about his start tonight.
I don't know about that. Yeah, he's been a bit shaky, but things have not gotten out of control, and he just pitched a real nice 6th. He has earned another inning. This is an encouraging performance tonight.
It was the 5th. He's still an inning away from "quality" and I'm not very confident that he'll get it.Anyway, you're being far more generous than I'm capable of about this performance. To call this performance "a bit shaky" is REALLY generous.
6th, 5th, whatever. I did go back and fix my post, but not in time to beat your quote.
I'm on the ball with my responses. FWIW, IMO, Balester's performance last night was "a bit shaky". Compare my "a bit shaky" with your "a bit shaky".
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