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Rafael Perez, very overlooked?

Postby biggamer3 » Thu Apr 10, 2008 11:55 pm

As far as Middle Relievers go this guy is more consistent than any otherone besides Jaba IMO.

Last year he was awesome and this year he might be the closer in a few weeks, so why no love?
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Re: Rafael Perez, very overlooked?

Postby Inukchuk » Fri Apr 11, 2008 6:52 am

Shhhhh.... ;-D

I like him a lot, too. He is supposedly their closer of the future. Why not now?
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Re: Rafael Perez, very overlooked?

Postby asadrew » Fri Apr 11, 2008 5:58 pm

he'll have to get in line in Cleveland. The Indians still trust Borowski and his 5+ era for closing duties, I dont see them bumping Perez anytime soon.
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Re: Rafael Perez, very overlooked?

Postby Old_Style » Fri Apr 11, 2008 8:36 pm

Betancourt is probably next in line if/when Borowski loses the job.
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Re: Rafael Perez, very overlooked?

Postby wingman3110 » Fri Apr 11, 2008 10:19 pm

If Borowski were to lose his closing job, the next closer would be in this order: chinese dude(dont even want to try and spell his name), perez, betancourt.
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Re: Rafael Perez, very overlooked?

Postby Old_Style » Fri Apr 11, 2008 10:42 pm

wingman3110 wrote:If Borowski were to lose his closing job, the next closer would be in this order: chinese dude(dont even want to try and spell his name), perez, betancourt.


Where are you reading that Masahide Kobayashi (who is Japanese by the way) will be first in line?
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Re: Rafael Perez, very overlooked?

Postby wingman3110 » Sat Apr 12, 2008 12:19 am

Old_Style wrote:
wingman3110 wrote:If Borowski were to lose his closing job, the next closer would be in this order: chinese dude(dont even want to try and spell his name), perez, betancourt.


Where are you reading that Masahide Kobayashi (who is Japanese by the way) will be first in line?


Im not reading it, I listen to it every day with Clevelands sports show "All Bets are off with Bruce Drennan" and pretty much everyday the closer situation comes up and they say the Indians love Betancourt as the setup man in the 8th inning and dont want to do anything to disrupt him there. But if Kobayashi would fail as the closer after Borowski gets the boot, it would then be pretty tight decision between Perez and Betancourt. But trust me on this one, if Borowski looses his job Kobayshi is next in line.
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Re: Rafael Perez, very overlooked?

Postby biggamer3 » Sun Apr 13, 2008 11:08 am

wingman3110 wrote:
Old_Style wrote:
wingman3110 wrote:If Borowski were to lose his closing job, the next closer would be in this order: chinese dude(dont even want to try and spell his name), perez, betancourt.


Where are you reading that Masahide Kobayashi (who is Japanese by the way) will be first in line?


Im not reading it, I listen to it every day with Clevelands sports show "All Bets are off with Bruce Drennan" and pretty much everyday the closer situation comes up and they say the Indians love Betancourt as the setup man in the 8th inning and dont want to do anything to disrupt him there. But if Kobayashi would fail as the closer after Borowski gets the boot, it would then be pretty tight decision between Perez and Betancourt. But trust me on this one, if Borowski looses his job Kobayshi is next in line.


Nice to know a little hometown info

But i would bet that Perez gets job
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Re: Rafael Perez, very overlooked?

Postby wingman3110 » Sun Apr 13, 2008 2:45 pm

Well the way the Indians have been playing lately Id rather have Pronk go out and pitch and show them how its done :-D .
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