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Re: Who's the "I should have seen that coming" guy this year

Postby Metropolitans » Wed Apr 04, 2012 3:59 pm

Ike Davis.... off to a 28-100 clip (extrapolated over full season) lastyr before injury and walls moved in down RF, tailormade for Ike's stroke

Eric Hosmer.... a trendy pick i know, but i see him moving into 1st Rd / early 2nd Rd nextyr... and can be had in 5th ( potential votto-esque statline)

David Freese.... torrid pace in playoffs, which i think will carry over and provide 3rd-6th round value

Neil Walker.... batting cleanup thisyr and wont hurt u in any stats... solid hitter who could have "Michael Young-esque" type of year (high RBIs / Avg, with mid-high teen HR totals) and from 2nd base, thats awesome

Jake Peavy.... only problems have been health in last few years, reports say hes 100% healthy and he can be had very late.... upside is tremendous

Josh Johnson.... could contend for Cy Young and ranked outside the top 100 on yahoo, his ADP is higher but still, great value
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Re: Who's the "I should have seen that coming" guy this year

Postby MinorThreat » Wed Apr 04, 2012 5:06 pm

Metropolitans wrote:Jake Peavy.... only problems have been health in last few years, reports say hes 100% healthy and he can be had very late.... upside is tremendous




The reports I've seen are his shoulder is as good as it's going to get. That doesn't mean 100% to me.
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Re: Who's the "I should have seen that coming" guy this year

Postby Metropolitans » Wed Apr 04, 2012 5:27 pm

MinorThreat wrote:
Metropolitans wrote:Jake Peavy.... only problems have been health in last few years, reports say hes 100% healthy and he can be had very late.... upside is tremendous




The reports I've seen are his shoulder is as good as it's going to get. That doesn't mean 100% to me.


well he hasnt pitched good at all this spring, i acknowledge that but this is the last ive read about his health:

"Peavy acknowledged difficulty locating his fastball, but was pleased with his breaking ball. Moreover, he is happy to finish spring training healthy. "This was a blessed spring," he said. "We haven't talked about my arm at all." Apr 2 - 5:00 AMSource: Yahoo! Sports

he might take a few starts to be able to locate his pitches like in the past but the fact that he has his health excites me... especially considering where u can draft him
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Re: Who's the "I should have seen that coming" guy this year

Postby The_Natural » Wed Apr 04, 2012 11:07 pm

I think we can cross Josh Johnson off the list.
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Re: Who's the "I should have seen that coming" guy this year

Postby Skin Blues » Wed Apr 04, 2012 11:12 pm

The_Natural wrote:I think we can cross Josh Johnson off the list.

Why? Because he gave up 3 runs to the defending World Series champions? The concern with him is health. He seemed fine.
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Re: Who's the "I should have seen that coming" guy this year

Postby The_Natural » Wed Apr 04, 2012 11:15 pm

Skin Blues wrote:
The_Natural wrote:I think we can cross Josh Johnson off the list.

Why? Because he gave up 3 runs to the defending World Series champions? The concern with him is health. He seemed fine.


I was only able to listen to the game on radio, but they said he didn't have the velocity.
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Re: Who's the "I should have seen that coming" guy this year

Postby Metropolitans » Thu Apr 05, 2012 12:00 am

The_Natural wrote:I think we can cross Josh Johnson off the list.


haha, yep youre right, lets cross of hanley, stanton and everyone else who didnt do well on their 1st game, really? %-6

he started striking ppl out after the 3rd inning so that was a good sign. he did get tagged a little early but nothing too awful...

and i agree 100%, the question with Josh is his health, only his health bc his stuffs nasty

by your logic, lets all say i was right about Freese! lol, prisoner of the moment my friend :-t
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Re: Who's the "I should have seen that coming" guy this year

Postby Ender » Thu Apr 05, 2012 12:41 am

The_Natural wrote:
Skin Blues wrote:
The_Natural wrote:I think we can cross Josh Johnson off the list.

Why? Because he gave up 3 runs to the defending World Series champions? The concern with him is health. He seemed fine.


I was only able to listen to the game on radio, but they said he didn't have the velocity.


his velocity was fine, his location was bit off and the Cardinals had a ton of excuse me hits.
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Re: Who's the "I should have seen that coming" guy this year

Postby The_Natural » Thu Apr 05, 2012 1:37 am

Ender wrote:
The_Natural wrote:
Skin Blues wrote:Why? Because he gave up 3 runs to the defending World Series champions? The concern with him is health. He seemed fine.


I was only able to listen to the game on radio, but they said he didn't have the velocity.


his velocity was fine, his location was bit off and the Cardinals had a ton of excuse me hits.


Ok. I just have a bad feeling about him this year. It's probably because he hurt me last year. :-D
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Postby bayside » Thu Apr 05, 2012 3:39 am

The thing with JJ is everyone knows the #1 SP talent is there.
But its a complete crap shoot when it comes to how many games hes going to pitch before he gets hurt.
Hes only made 24 or more starts in a season twice in his entire 6+ year career.
Thats scary.
And imo the DL is the only thing "i shouldve seen coming"
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