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Postby hybrid » Thu Mar 18, 2004 10:26 pm

justinA wrote:
Anonymous wrote:it would take TWO Gibbons' to equal the potential of Edwin Jackson.

get ready for a BIG year from Kurt Ainsworth...he'll be the ace of the staff by June.

POTENTIAL.. gibbons has already made it, driven in his 100 RBI's and hit his 25 dingers. Sure jackson may be the next great mound dweller, but hes not even the top pitching prospect in my opinion, Greinke has him beat in my eyes.


yeah and it's just that, your opinion. a lot of so called professional scouts would disagree with you. and even if he isn't the #1 prospect, he is one of the top pitching prospects in the game, which means they are rarely ever traded.
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