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Postby powenM » Sat May 12, 2007 9:26 am

Is he worth a pkup for my farm club in a dynasty league?

What r your projections for him(Or is he another JPHowell, HPenn, GFloyd, DMcGowen type)?

Hes been good in AAA this year.
But hes almost 25yrs old.
Just traded BButler, BWood & JLoney for Mark Teixeira, Ryan Theriot & Renyel Pinto in a DYNASTY LEAGUE. Big gamble I know!
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Postby High Heater » Sat May 12, 2007 11:27 am

i personaly dont think he's going to be that good, he reminds me some of Dana Eveland if that makes some sense(i know Dana is a lefty too)
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Postby raiders_umpire » Sat May 12, 2007 11:36 am

He is not worth owning imo. His potential is pretty much limited to a 5th starter for the Devil Rays. I think he has the best chance to become a MLB player by going to the pen and being a 6th inning type of pitcher. His numbers this year are decent, but he does not blow anybody away with his stuff. There is a good chance though that he does get called up to Tampa this year, but by no means is he a player that should be jumped on when he gets called up.
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