DaSh 1s wrote:
lulz, I love all you too and am glad you are very supportive.
Inukchuk wrote:So what you're saying is Hughes should have, and did, serve as the Yanks #5 starter. Got it.
As a Yankees fan you should know if Hughes turns out to be nothing but a 5th starter than its a epic
fail. Eiland was promoted from AAA because of the success of Joba, Ian Kennedy, and Phil Hughes. RIght now two of them are busts, and Hughes had regression. Cashman brought down the hammer. Funny how as a Yankee fan
you are blind to all this? Hughes' development as a SP was heavily stunned this year. FB 80%+ of the time on a 0-2 count is a absolutely pathetic. Epic Fail of a Yankee fan right there for you
What does this have to do with anything I said? I was under the impression that you wanted/knew Joba would be the #5 at season's beginning, but Hughes did turn out to be the better option, yes?
Reply with all the snark and sarcasm you want to make you look cool
Wait, Dash is chastising someone else for being snarky and sarcastic? Lulz man, lulz. Total epic fail.
but if you are happy with how Phil's season went
A 24 year old with a 90 inning jump from the previous season? I'm not happy with it (don't know how you pulled that out of what I said...), but I'm encouraged for his future endeavors.
I hear they're a big hit with the ladies.