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Jason Schmidt / Mulder / K. Brown / Beckett

Postby ferris182 » Mon Feb 16, 2004 12:32 pm

Who is at the top of this list?

Right now I have Schmidt, but his offseason injury / surgery has brought a doubt for me.

Here is my list of these guys:

Mulder
Beckett
Schmidt
Brown

Is this accurate?
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Postby paulpett » Mon Feb 16, 2004 12:50 pm

I would go:

Mulder
Schmidt
Brown
Beckett (I would move Beckett ahead of Brown if it is a keeper league)
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Postby astimeexpires.com » Mon Feb 16, 2004 12:51 pm

mulder then i see a huge drop off....i guess i'd go schmidt (roll the dice he's healthy) then beckett (still unproven, don't fall into the 'he played well in the playoffs' trap) then finally brown (always injured)

i would only draft mulder of the 4. i think the other three are all garbage. i'll let someone else draft them. beckett is very overrated and over hyped for being unproven (i know, he's still young).
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Postby Jer19G » Mon Feb 16, 2004 1:14 pm

I would go with:

Mulder
Schmidt
Beckett
Brown

If Schmidt and Brown were not ingury risks they would be atop this list. But they are so this is the order i like.
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Postby Guest » Mon Feb 16, 2004 1:17 pm

Well Mulder is coming off a season ending injury. So you could call him injury prone too. But if he's healthy he's the best of the 4.
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Postby Jer19G » Mon Feb 16, 2004 1:18 pm

Anonymous wrote:Well Mulder is coming off a season ending injury. So you could call him injury prone too. But if he's healthy he's the best of the 4.


Yeah that is true.
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Postby Freebird27 » Mon Feb 16, 2004 2:37 pm

I would group the four pretty close together. None would I call garbage, thats for sure

Beckett
Mulder
Brown
Schmidt

Beckett: 3.04 ERA, 152K (142 innings), 1.32 WHIP (weak point)....did not get much run support so his W's suffered. Still a kid and getting better.

Mulder: 3.14 ERA, 128K (187 innings) Weak point, 1.18 WHIP...won't come close to recent win totals with that offense.. ( injury shouldnt bea concern since it was a fractured femur)

Brown: 2.39 ERA, 185K (211 INNINGS)****, 1.14 WHIP. Finally stayed healthy and put up Studly numbers...would be at top of this list if he can repeat 211 innings with that offense behind him. Not to mention, he will not be going against other teams "Aces"

Schmidt:...Top pitcher last year, but doesnt mean squat until he shows his elbow is good after surgery in October on his right elbow to remove scar tissue and repair a tear in the tendon..

In 5X5 I don't see how Mulder is better IMO....not enough K's to top this list
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Mulder best when healthy?

Postby Mahartney » Mon Feb 16, 2004 5:06 pm

How is Mulder better then Kevin Brown when they are all healthy? Since 1996 Brown has had six seasons under 3.00 era and one under 2.00 and freakishly low whips including one under 1.00 as a starter.

The truth is Brown will trump these guys in with less starts. The only worry is his age and and injury record. But considering we know that the Yankees are giving him alot of money, I trust that they gave him a fairly comprehensive physical.
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Postby kentx12 » Mon Feb 16, 2004 6:53 pm

Schmidt
Brown
Mulder
Beckett
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Postby Pirate of the Carib » Mon Feb 16, 2004 7:00 pm

[quote="astimeexpires.com"]then beckett (still unproven, don't fall into the 'he played well in the playoffs' trap) quote]

How is it a trap, he faced some tough hitting in the playoffs(yakees,Giants, but not so much the cubs) His regular season stats were pretty good too.
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