Just a suggestion; there has got to be a better option than Zimmerman at SP. The Nationals bullpen cannot and will not hold a win for anyone and Zimmerman is not pitching worthy enough for a starting spot on a roster right now.
Bea Arthur wrote:DeRosa plays a bit more, but Zobrist is better when he does play...and now DeRosa is on the real life trading block, so who knows.
Yeah, its a tough call, I just saw that Zobrist isn't playing tonight. For some reason Kapler has started in front of Zobrist the past 2 games. I guess I would have to change my opinion to DeRosa also. Pat Burrell can come back on May 27th and most likely will take a lot of at bats away from Zobrist.
I'd definitely go Derosa here. Zobrist has better numbers and better ability in my opinion, but the thing is he doesn't play every day. Derosa will probably be moved to a better team, in which case he will be hitting better. I'd go with Derosa
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Thank you for the posting to mine. Unfortunately, I cannot really help for your posting as I am not familiar with Porcello and Zorbist. If you have another question in the future, I would definitely help.
Thanks for the help with mine. Zobrist has a higher ceiling but doesn't play regularly, as other people have said. DeRosa, though, goes on streaks where he's definitely great to have around but right now he's in a big slump and on the trading block. The Mets are the front runners right now and I see that as the most likely place he ends up. If he does end up on the Mets he'll get regular playing time but by the end of the season might be on the bench. I probably wouldn't trade Porcello for either. He's on a good run right now and you could most likely squeeze more value out of him. Maybe try to go after an Asdrubal Cabrera, Casey Blake type. Hope that helps. Good luck.
I think DeRosa being on the trading block helps him. If he's unhappy in Cleveland, it could convince him to try harder to get moved (though he's never been one to dog it). Also, if he goes to the Mets as speculated, he'd have Wright Reyes, and Beltran around him, so he'd get better pitches to see and probably improve. I like DeRosa.