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Re: Sean Marshall

Postby Rounders » Tue Jun 12, 2007 11:50 am

SmartassBoiler wrote:Could a Cubs fan explain the difference between Rich Hill and Sean Marshall to me? Obviously his command has been better this year so far, but in terms of pure stuff, they both have a quality left-handed fastball and a big curve. Mashall's fastball might even be a bit harder.

Yeah, I was watching Marshall, and he looked similar to Hill. I didn't pay extremely close attention, but I know that Hill can use his curve ball a few different ways. He throws a sweeping curve ball, a 12-6, and sometimes he'll drop his arm angle to about 3/4 and throw the curve to lefties. I know Marshall has the big curve, I'm just not sure he can do as much with it. But he was definitely hitting all his spots.
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Re: Sean Marshall

Postby Secret Avatar » Tue Jun 12, 2007 12:19 pm

"Thoughts on his start tomorrow night vs Seattle? I'm thinking about picking him up as a spot start (I like to gamble)."

I'm surprised he's still available given how dominant he's been. In any event, I would start him against Seatle. Seems like a pretty good (but not great) matchup. There's some guys that can hit in that lineup but overall its not a fearsome offense. Plus, since the game is in Chi-town the pitcher should be hitting.
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