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Who will have the better second half in terms of ERA, Strikes, Wins?

Millwood
3
12%
Peavy
22
88%
 
Total votes : 25

Who Will Have A Stronger 2nd Half-Millwood/Peavy

Postby BostonBob44 » Thu Jul 01, 2004 12:49 am

Who will have the better second half in terms of ERA, Strikes, Wins. I have millwood but could get Peavy before friday? Who would you pick??????
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Postby Madbomber » Thu Jul 01, 2004 1:02 am

Peavy ;-D
ERA-definately (Petco Park)
Strikeouts-Slightly better
Wins-good offense, great closer
Worry point-Is injury lingering???

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Postby BostonBob44 » Thu Jul 01, 2004 1:23 am

Any analysis would be appreciated.
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Postby John Bonzo » Thu Jul 01, 2004 2:05 am

Personally, i think that Millwood's best days of pitching are over, and he will be average for the rest of his career. For this reason, I voted for Peavy (Peavy's K potential and Petco park are bonuses), but as Madbomber said his injury is a little concern, though all things point to him being just fine.
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Postby Madbomber » Thu Jul 01, 2004 7:55 pm

james, San Diego: is jake peavey gonna produce solid numbers after coming off the DL? Project his second half stats and is he going to be a stud next year?

Graham Hays: If I had a concrete answer to that, the Padres would probably be willing to hire me. It's impossible to know how any pitcher is going to come back from injury, especially a young pitcher, but that said, I'm still optimistic about Peavy. He was so good before getting hurt and the Padres have been very careful bringing him back. I don't think he's post a 2.00 ERA all season even if he was totally healthy, but my guess is he'll continue being very valuable. Right up there with Zambrano, Penny and other second-tier NL fantasy starters.
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Postby thetongueofire » Thu Jul 01, 2004 8:18 pm

i also think that Peavy will have a better from the time he comes back a decent but not huge margin. hes gonna have a few limited starts first of all which limits his value. my train of thought is also based on thge park these guys pitch in. Peavy gave up 30+ dingers last year but this year only two so far this year which was the biggest factor in his sucess by far. dont depend on him to be stud tho.. he was giving up more hits than you wouldve guessed with that 2 era.. his whip and opp BA actually being higher than last year.

the biggest factor tho is how he comes back from the injury which is kinda almost unpredicatable with pitchers this young. but i'd rather take a smaller risk with that rather than waiting for Millwood to correct his throwing motion.
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Postby El Jefe » Thu Jul 01, 2004 9:14 pm

Analysis:

Peavy Good, Millwood bad.
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