cordscords wrote:You know it seems everytime a pitcher says they dont feel well, they pitch good their next start.
Perez with shoulder stiffness, Peavy with the dead arm, etc.
I've got Hudson in 1 league and am more than certain he will be a-ok.
I started noticing this myself!! I wonder why this is, but often a pitcher comes off the DL and goes amazing. New strategy.. pick up pitchers off the WW who are injured, and then spot start them.
...Boston papers now and then suffer a sharp flurry of arithmetic on this score; indeed, for Williams to have distributed all his hits so they did nobody else any good would constitute a feat of placement unparalleled in the annals of selfishness. -Updike