With all this talk about how dominating Willis has been the past few weeks many people have forgotten about Webb. What are your thoughts on this matchup? Is he destined to pitch a gem or doomed to get knocked out early. Yes I know this is the Tigers but anyone think he is due for a horrible game?
I went to the game last night, our sad Tigers didn't do much against the lowly Patterson with his 7.09 ERA. It was actually tied though until the 7th when German (and in 9th - Spurling) came in and made a mess of things.
I'll start Webb in each league that I have him, guessing 7 IP, 3 or 4 hits, 2 walks <edit: 1 ER> and 8 K's.
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If you bench any pitcher on your team against Detroit then you should do yourself a favor and cut him.
Anyway I'm guessing 7 innings, 5 hits, 1 walk, 0 er, 6 k's, and a win.
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This should be able to convince you to start him.
Can the 2003 Detroit Tigers take the 1962 New York Mets off the hook as
baseball's worst team of the modern era?
Here were the numbers for the awful 1962 Mets, who at least had an
excuse (they were an expansion team loaded with over-the-hill players):
40-120 record (.250).
NL-low .240 team batting average and outscored 948 to 617 (minus 331).
NL-most 210 errors and NL-worst .967 fielding percentage.
The current Tigers appear to have all it takes (or lacks) to match
those Mets, they are on pace for 39-123.
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