<<<<< What were you expecting? 18-0? >>>>>
No, but better than that and more consistant.....
.....is in trouble.
40 % AAA40 %, ya never know.
Maintaining + 500 will be the challenge. Getting to 20 over will be hard.
If the hitting recovers I can still see us winning 90 games, if not.......over 500 will work. As long as Cleveland and Chicago don't go on a tear.
My greatest concern is that we've seen the best of Fister that we're ever gonna see.
Could just be that his dominance was the result of his being able to reach for a little more, with his mechanics, and that little 'bit' extra might have been compromised with this injury.
one thing is certain, given his line of work his prognosis cannot be nearly as optimistic as for a desk jockey having the same affliction.
Once Fister starts throwing hard, the opportunity for re-injury worries me
That's priobably because the strength of our system is supposed to be starting pitching.
We pay market price for hitting, but we do have some depth in pitching.
How long has Fister been sidelined now?.. and THEY STILL HAVE NOT found a competent fill in for him?
The "depth" is of a highly questionable, even suspect, nature.
I think it has more to do with dollar signs and zeros. Committing big bux to guys who only play every 4 or 5 games scares these people.
No. You just seemed incredibly in lock step with the OP.
God why does everyone think I'm some sort of board na.zi?
I should just learn to shut up, I get myself into this all the time.
Sign CJ WilsonTrade for Gio Gonzalez
Two things we could have tried to do instead of signing Prince Fielder.
Two things that would have had us, overall, more prepared to win a World Series.
yeah, i was with ya on that.
he is doing very well for the Nats (as is CJ in LA)