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Postby Dmville » Sun Mar 13, 2005 11:27 pm

Probably have to go for a ? pitcher w Sexson, somene older or coming off an injury. Leiter, Woody williams, maybe even Wood if you wanna take on that supposed risk. I wouldn't consider throwing Penny in with the deal to be that much help.

Or, if you believe in Sexson at all, Tex might be able to bring you better offers.
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Postby Cornbread Maxwell » Sun Mar 13, 2005 11:31 pm

Irish wrote:
Cornbread Maxwell wrote:If I was the guy you were trading with, I doubt I would do a two for one - Ive always concidered those sucker trades.

One for one however, I just dealt Mussina for him.

For Sexson?

yeah - it was one of those tsn leagues with autodraft. for some reason I drafted a strange number of elite SPs where Mussina was actually my #4. I also didnt have a 1B other than DY and Overbay. I thought it was pretty fair, but thats probably because I cant get a good read on Muss - he was so erratic last yr and no one has really been able to explain why - that concerns me.
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Postby TheYanks04 » Sun Mar 13, 2005 11:37 pm

I can...not that hard if you watched the games.

1. Moose is a creature of habit with shall we say a bit of a neurotic personality. Got very upset with the trip to Japan staying in his Hotel room for the entire trip. It messed up his mind for awhile and it pretty much shoowed.

2. He got hurt and tried to play through it...not good.

3. He is streaky (alwasy has been) and subject to occassional periods of loss of velocity where his fastball drops to the 87-88 mph range. When it gets that low, he is simply ineffective as his knuckle curve is just not enough, esp. if he can't get it over with enough consistency.

Assuming he is healthy and in a good state of mind to start the season and assuming he feels less pressure with RJ around as the clear #1, I think he has a pretty decent season.
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Postby roadrunner » Mon Mar 14, 2005 3:14 am

i was at a Mariners / Rangers spring training game on friday and Sexson took some huge cuts at pitches and i didn't see him grab at his shoulder once.
i wanted to get a look at him too because i kept him in a keeper league this year
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Postby nikku88 » Mon Mar 14, 2005 3:42 am

Mussina should be much better this year. He's healthy and he won't be frightened of beer and porno in his vending machines. :-D
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