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I've actually said that. I'd like to see him season a little bit more in the minors, maybe two to three months.
Good enough. Lot of motion, lots of batters taking arms-extended swings. 9 Ks!
I don't see the point if he's performing this well.
Aren't you one of the ones who's always talking about small samples?
He performed well all year in AA and AAA. He's very consistent.
He's pitched 116 innings in the minors plus probably another dozen or so in the olympics. He's not going to be ready to pitch 200 innings next year.
He doesn't necessarily have to pitch 200 innings. Also, let's wait and see how many gets in before the end of this season.
I'd rather see him than someone like Beachball or Hill.
Bullcrap performance by the offense tonight. Figures. When the offense is good, the pitching sucks. When the pitching is good, the offense is non-existent. (Image removed from quote.)
Bullcrap performance by the offense tonight. Figures. When the offense is good, the pitching sucks. When the pitching is good, the offense is non-existent.
I'm not a fan of meteor rises through the minors. The way I see it, a player is either a stud like Gooden and a select few others or they need a couple of years to come into their own. I don't fall in love with minor leaguers like some of you do.
He probably won't get more than 2 more starts, maybe 3.
That was strike 3. Hanley got rewarded for getting completely fooled by that pitch.
No reason for that. He threw 150 innings last year. They could give him 165 in total, easily. That'd prepare him for a full season next year.
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