Is he back to being a top-5 starting pitcher, and can he be relied upon for the rest of the year to put up Prior-like numbers? I haven't been able to watch him pitch, but his numbers since his return look pretty good. What's the deal here?
Basically, are you buying or selling Mark Prior's return to dominance in 2005? I only ask because starting pitching is very slim right now, and I'm looking to move one of my big hitters for a pitcher, and the asking price on Prior is lower than somebody like Pedro or Johan. I'm sure a lot of people are going through this same dillemma.
So, Cubs fans, what's goin on? How's his velocity? How's his control? Any news of him pitching through pain? Is he a good buy?
Thanks for the responses, guys.
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