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Postby demoflauchy » Sat Sep 06, 2003 7:30 pm

bolts801 wrote:Melvin Mora I highly doubt will repeat his success until his hand injury like this year.

Also I don't know if Jose Guillen (A's) will keep it up either next year.

Just a couple less obvious ones i thought I 'd throw in :)


I agree. Mora will likely not double this year's performance.
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Postby Super GM » Sat Sep 06, 2003 7:35 pm

Yeah, Mora is a "One year wonder"!
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Postby Madison » Sun Sep 07, 2003 2:20 am

DK wrote:
Super GM wrote:Loretta might actually play like this again. He showed in Milwaukee that he can hit



and loaiza's been able to show he can pitch. did anyone see him in new york? ONE hit over SEVEN innings, NINE strikeouts. and that one hit was a fight-off by garcia that he got lucky on. i'm giving loaiza the benefit of the doubt. he doesn't need a wacky windup to scare hitters like willis or nomo does. so if the stats lie in schmidt's favor, how come they don't lie in loaiza's?

he's had 8 games with at least 8 strikeouts, and has only given up more than five runs once. he's had 14 starts where he gave up only 0 or 1 runs; opponents are batting .219 against him.


he's had 24 quality starts out of 28 overall. he's given up less hits than innings 17 times, and has only walked more than three twice. his confidence is higher than ever, and it's showing.


hope you read this loaiza haters


Come see me when you are kicking yourself for drafting him next year. :-D Lol. Sorry, but I'm sticking to my guns on Loaiza. I've said it a few times and I'll say it again: I seriously doubt that Loaiza posts an era under 4 next season.
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Postby Madison » Sun Sep 07, 2003 2:22 am

Oh, and by the way. I don't hate Loaiza. He's had a very good season, but he's way overachieving in my opinion.
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Postby wrveres » Sun Sep 07, 2003 5:06 am

Lofunzo wrote:
wrveres wrote:Yes but there was also a reason he was a back of the rotation guy ..


I swear that you would disagree with me even if I said that Bonds was the best ever. LOL :-D

You are right. There is a reason that he was a back of the rotation guy. Their names are Maddux, Glavine, and Smoltz.


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Don't get me wrong, Schmidt is an excellent pitcher ... right now. But JDH is right, early 30's is a hell of a time to "Break Out" ...
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