BillyButler's Butler wrote:Gallardo to Sheets... nah, different types of pitchers.
Well Let me see, both are fastball, curveball, changeup pitchers. Gallardo does have a slider. He his curve is not really close to Mussinas Knuckle curve. Gallardo does work in the mid 90s but can get more velocity than Mussina can.
Ellsbury to Damon...nah
Ok this is a very good comparison.
Damon=lefty CF with plus plus speed, great OBP, good range, weak arm, and 15-20 homeruns (occasionally less).
Ellsbury= lefty CF with plus- plus speed, very good OBP, Great range, below average arm, and project tos have 10-15 homeruns.
What is wrong with comparing the two.
"I do not think baseball of today is any better than it was 30 years ago... I still think Radbourne is the greatest of the pitchers." John Sullivan 1914-Old athletes never change.