Crystalstorm wrote:If Cleveland doesn't make a change at closer soon,and they lose a few more ball games because of it, let them.It only takes 1 game not to make the play-offs,and it could come back to haunt them if they don't make the change soon.
Cleveland should be ashamed to keep BorASSki as their closer,when the went out and signed Kobayashi(Who was a closer in Japan),and have pitcher like Betancourt, who would be perfect for the closer job,(Look at his last years stas,he was probably the 2nd best middleman in baseball).
I wish I could get paid to make poor pitching decisions,how hard can it be?
I was thinking the same thing. I can't understand why Wedge continues to trot Borowski out there knowing that every game counts. If Cleveland misses the playoffs by a game or 2, and Borowski's still blowing saves at the end of the season, the blame could be squarely placed on Borowski and Wedge for "staying loyal."
The other crazy thing (as you mentioned) is the amount of quality relief pitching already on the team. It's not like Borowski's their only legitimate option.