The better bet is Johan, but it's not like you bet on a player that realistically couldn't outperform him.
Buerhle is an interesting guy with Tom Glavine career potential. I can see why you're high on him. The big difference is, Buerhle is chasing a 150 ERA+ type season, while Johan is already there and is realistically shooting for a 200+ ERA season. All he has to do is pitch as well as he is fully capable of for almost an entire year.
mweir145 wrote:Alright I'll take your word for it, now I'm a little scared about losing those bets. Fine for now though with Halladay's 2.84 ERA.
And I'll stick with Buerhle as #1, I think he'll have a career year. He's solid, and pitches 7 innings nearly every game just as Halladay does (when healthy).