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Postby UncleCha-lie » Wed Jun 27, 2007 7:42 pm

Phillies Pitcher JA Happ is starting Sunday. His minor league stats are very very good. Any scouting reports out this guy??
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Re: Oh J.A. HAPPy Day!

Postby Morel Orel » Thu Jun 28, 2007 12:43 am

uh, if you need him on your fantasy team, just give up now...
My sweet sigs got the boot...
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Postby buffalobillsrul2002 » Thu Jun 28, 2007 1:28 am

Happ's numbers are good? Certainly not this year. A hit per inning pitched, a BB/K ratio of 1.5, and an ERA of 4 make me think, ugh....

From his numbers he seems to have good stuff but is pretty wild. I happenedto go to a game he started in AA Reading last year and he pitched very well for 6 innings, tiring in the 7th and blowing the game by walking 3 batters and hitting a guy in the same inning....

Overall, if I'm a Phils fan, i'm scared right now....
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Postby BitterDodgerFan » Thu Jun 28, 2007 3:42 am

haha cool name...

now you got that song stuck in my head....

oh happy day! oh happy day...
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Re: Oh J.A. HAPPy Day!

Postby wildbill » Thu Jun 28, 2007 12:42 pm

Happ just came off a DL stint not too long ago and I think I read his first start back at AAA was a disaster. I don't think the phillies have any minor league SPs that are ready to step up and help at the major league level unless the Phillies average at least 6 runs a game in their starts. Kendrick may be undefeated but his numbers really aren't very good. At this point I see the Phillies as a clone of the Texas Rangers teams that made the playoffs several years ago. The didn't have good pitching but got to the playoffs by out-slugging other teams. As for Happ, probably the best to expect that he'll give the phillies a chance to win if they score 5 or 6 runs a game when he pitches.
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