"How do you and your buddy come up with Johnson being the Marlins Ace? That sounds like the Phillie media and a lot of unknowledgeable forum members calling Hamels an Ace with one decent post season. Can you really tell me that there is a big difference between Johnson and Nolasco?How about this ! I know you know the point I was making. If you want to quibble about who is one and who is two, so be it. But If Halladay faces an opponents best pitcher 66 % of his starts, will you conceed I will have made my point? "
just classic stuff
This thread has the potential to be absolutely classic.
To SW: Hold your ground buddy. Don't let MJ and imp's fuzzy math dissuade you from the real truth. ;-)
1) Lannan (WAS) - #12) Oswalt (HOU) - #13) Sanchez (FL) - #34) Hudson (ATL) - #45) Sanchez (SF) - #46) Pelfrey (NY) - #27) Lohse (STL) - #38) Cook (COL) - #29) Duke (PIT) - #110) Wakefield (BOS) - #511) Johnson (FLA) - #112) Latos (SD) - #413) Johnson (FLA) - #114) Sabathia (NYY) - #115) Pavano (MIN) - #316) Litsch (TOR) - #517) Harnag (CIN) - #318) Lowe (ATL) - #319) Wood (CIN) - #520) Gorzelanny (CHI) - #521) Cook (COL) - #322) Jackson (ARI) - #2?23) West (FLA) - #524) Dickey (NYM) - #225) Misch (MYM) - #526) Marquis (WAS) - #427) Happ (HOU) - #328) Kuroda (LAD) - #329) Bush (MIL) - #330) Mejia (NYM) - #531) Sosa (FLA) - #532) Minor (ATL) - #433) Lannon (WAS) - #1
7/33 = 21%
from the original thread, 2010
Latos was the Padres #4 in 2010? Harang was the Reds #3 in 2010? Marquis was Washington's #3 in 2010? Lowe was Atlanta's #3 in 2010?
Dude, c'mon. This is FUZZY math.
SW: I'm doing your work for you here, pal. Jump in to the fray at any time. I need to get going.
i thought you were the libtard? ben's called me names, but i dont think libtard was ever one of them...
one of the reasons the math may look fuzzy now, is the criteria sw called for and that was how would have been their #1 at the time, i didnt go back at the end of the year and look at it to see who was the 1, 2, 5, etc. i did it based on what i thought each guy was in their rotation at the time (example if the playoffs started where would that guy pitch)
When the first poster to challenge you is "sb_steve", you KNOW you're standing on shaky ground.
Those were sarcastic, my man. I would have hoped that was understood. 66% #1s all year long??? That's absurd. No amount of fuzzy math could get the numbers anywhere near that.
And MJ; yes, I'm a "libtard" as benny fresh would call me. A label I wear proudly.