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Postby no2leads » Tue May 15, 2007 6:59 pm

Was startling to me as a Hamels owner looking at innings pitched in past 4 years with all the injuries.

2003 - 100 innings
2004 - 16 innnings
2005 - 35 innings
2006 - 155 innings

what's going to happen when he gets to 150 innings this year? right now he is on pace for 239 innings.

if he keeps up current pace might be a key trade high guy right after the All Star break. i jumped the gun and just traded him for Abreu, everybody's favorite buy low guy.
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Postby Amazinz » Tue May 15, 2007 7:14 pm

Assuming he stays healthy, I think it's a good point since he hasn't pitched a full season (I think he was close to 175 last year including the minors). On the other hand, last year his second half was much stronger than his first.
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Postby Snakes Gould » Tue May 15, 2007 7:18 pm

cole has a great delivery and isnt a flame throwing. alot of his pitches are changeups and such, so i dont see his arm tiring too much if any.
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Postby no2leads » Tue May 15, 2007 9:28 pm

Good point Amazinz- his splits from last year show better #s, even in August they improved more. i still question a young pitcher who hasn't endured a full season...didn't Verlander drop off significantly in 2nd half during first season?
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Postby acsguitar » Tue May 15, 2007 10:09 pm

no2leads wrote:Good point Amazinz- his splits from last year show better #s, even in August they improved more. i still question a young pitcher who hasn't endured a full season...didn't Verlander drop off significantly in 2nd half during first season?


They did DL Cole last year but it was more precautionary. I expect that they monitor him very closely considering he is their Ace.

Any soreness would probably warrant a skipped turn or a DL trip.

he's also locating and throwing the change more often. All "cole hamels is god" aside he is an excellent pitcher ;-D

If its a keeper league and you traded him for Bobby Abreu I'd say you got hosed
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Re: Cole Hamels/Innings pitched

Postby NYCBuckeye » Tue May 15, 2007 10:30 pm

no2leads wrote:Was startling to me as a Hamels owner looking at innings pitched in past 4 years with all the injuries.

2003 - 100 innings
2004 - 16 innnings
2005 - 35 innings
2006 - 155 innings

what's going to happen when he gets to 150 innings this year? right now he is on pace for 239 innings.

if he keeps up current pace might be a key trade high guy right after the All Star break. i jumped the gun and just traded him for Abreu, everybody's favorite buy low guy.



Let me tell you, I live in NY and watch Bobby Abreau pretty much every night ... and I wouldn't trade Steve Trachsel for him, let alone Cole Hamels. You, my friend, got robbed.
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