redsox588 wrote:Im sick of all this talk about how the Yankee lineup is so much stronger then the redsox and is going to crush them all season. Has anyone ever heard that good pitching beats good hitting. Look at last years world series, the yankees had a far superior lineup to the Marlins with much more experience and depth, but the Marlins pitching came out victorious. I hope to see the same thing when the Yankees and Red Sox square off close to 20 times this year. Go Red Sox
Give me a break. pedro is hurt, schilling is prone to giving up gopher balls and now he is in an AL park so is going to be 8/9 ths of the pitcher that he was... derek lowe might be able to go back to his 2002 form... bronson arroyo got lit up like a candle and wakefield is good when he is good but is REALLY bad when he is bad.... BHKim hasn't thrown a pitch yet this season and he is a headcase when it comes to the yankees.
mussina has also struggled, but his stuff looked good, brown has been lights out (against TB, no less) . Vazquez has pitched well... contreras and depaula havn't been that great, but contreras will probably turn it around. doubt depaula will . . . yankees have the pitching and the bullpen to match boston, if not beat them.
besides, this message belongs in a different forum