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I disagree. We have plenty of pieces in place that are usable:Morgan, Zimmerman, Dunn, Willingham, Flores. By my count we need a SS, 2B, 1B/RF. If Dukes can ever get his head on straight, that solves RF/1B and we just need to concentrate on 2B and SS for the starters. We need depth more than anything else. We have Harris as a viable backup and beyond that it's crap. So for starting position players, we are only about 2 or 3 players away. It's our depth and starting rotation that sucks.
I really don't care how good the players are. They don't win. If our offense was so good then why are we 42 games under .500? It's not all the pitching's fault. not even close.We need winning players.
I think you'll find that a competent pitching staff and we'll have players that win a lot more...
nope. this is not all the fault of the pitching. these guys are losers. there is no rationalization or excuse for getting swept by the Padres in such dominating fashion.
alrighty, I'm not going 12 rounds with you today.
It's hard to brag about the offense not being fixed when we are starting Orr, Maxwell, Gonzalez, Padilla, and Nieves all in the same lineup.
I did that yesterday. I'm not going 12 rounds with you either.
You STILL think this series is better, after this final performace??? I find that amazing!
losing nyjer KILLED our offense. amazing. he is the key to our offensive production.
Those games early in the season demoralized the team. Derailed any chance of being successful. That's worse than anything we've seen this series.
I'll bet you're in the minority!
Offense: 5th in the NL in OPS, 6th in BA, 8th in RunsPitching: 16th (last) in ERA, WHIP, BAA, and OPS against.Definitely the offense's fault.
2 baserunners in 7 innings against Kevin Correia? really? this is a new all time low point in this team's gruesome history.
come on. this is a normal day in 2008 for us. look at the lineup. today SCREAMS 2008 nationals.
If they aren't careful it might scream "2010" also.
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