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Postby Arrowhead Nation » Wed Feb 04, 2004 12:14 am

I just heard via KC Metro SPorts Network that Miguel will have to pitch his way onto the roster thsi year according to Allard Baird.

I think he is out of options too....I wouldnt be surprised if he doesnt cut it in AZ that KC trades would shed some light on the excess SP problem KC will have.

We could be starting four lefties...Anderson, May, Gobble, Affeldt...and Appier as a fifth....four LHP would be interesting

Where does Snyder fit in...would they start him @ Omaha?
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Postby prodpaul » Wed Feb 04, 2004 8:22 am

Yeah 4 lefties will be interesting to see. Ape and Synder are both working back from injuries so they may not rush Synder back as quick as they could Ape.

The other thing we have to think about it is what if Grienke totally dominates in Spring Training. Do we send him to Omaha for a month or two or throw him in to the 5th spot?

Think about it this is a good problem to have....

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Postby ondeckb » Sat Feb 07, 2004 12:23 pm

I think Greinke will go to Omaha for seasoning....but he'll be up by the break. I see May, Affeldt, Anderson, Appier and Gobble. Greinke's gonna come up when Affeldt starts closing cause of the blister thing.
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