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Postby KTM » Mon Aug 14, 2006 4:30 pm

Richie Rich wrote:
KTM wrote:
Richie Rich wrote:i love broxton but this neshek guy is sick


I just picked up Neshek 2 weeks ago and he's an animal for sure. Broxton has control issues so I've stayed away from him. He looks good for stretches then blows up.



im trying to make room for Neshek, but it's hard...zumaya already is on a team in my league


I hear you - it's always hard to make room - If I only had one more roster spot!!

If this helps any Neshek does seem to be pitching more than 1, sometimes more than 2 innings at a stint. So far in a month he's pitched almost 20. That's Scot Shields territory. At this point in the season as well I always think about stats from here on out instead of a players lifetime averages. I dropped Shields for Neshek if that helps. Smart move? Maybe not on paper but I think Neshek will have better numbers from here on out. We'll see if it pans out or not. So far it has, as Shields has been hit his last few times out and Neshek struck out 2 with 6 pitches the other day.
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Postby Richie Rich » Mon Aug 14, 2006 5:31 pm

KTM wrote:
Richie Rich wrote:
KTM wrote:
Richie Rich wrote:i love broxton but this neshek guy is sick


I just picked up Neshek 2 weeks ago and he's an animal for sure. Broxton has control issues so I've stayed away from him. He looks good for stretches then blows up.



im trying to make room for Neshek, but it's hard...zumaya already is on a team in my league


I hear you - it's always hard to make room - If I only had one more roster spot!!

If this helps any Neshek does seem to be pitching more than 1, sometimes more than 2 innings at a stint. So far in a month he's pitched almost 20. That's Scot Shields territory. At this point in the season as well I always think about stats from here on out instead of a players lifetime averages. I dropped Shields for Neshek if that helps. Smart move? Maybe not on paper but I think Neshek will have better numbers from here on out. We'll see if it pans out or not. So far it has, as Shields has been hit his last few times out and Neshek struck out 2 with 6 pitches the other day.


im about to deal away a gonzalez and dellucci 4 nick johnson to free up a roster spot for neshek ;-D ;-D
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