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Postby dajet00 » Fri Jul 02, 2004 2:51 pm

I know it's just two games but I gotten use to him pitching shutouts and no ER. He has have 8 ER in his last two starts. Has the pitch count gotten to him?
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Postby Just Admit It Pete » Fri Jul 02, 2004 2:52 pm

Im not worried- the whip is still fine and they seem to only get to him late. He was hitting 96 on the gun last night I think hes fine.
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Postby Yogi » Fri Jul 02, 2004 2:57 pm

maybe, but there is no way he could have kept on the amazing pace he was on for a full year. Schmidt has never pitched well against the dodgers.
And hatteberg hit a 2-run shot off of shmidt in the 9th in the start before that one, before schmidt could finish off his 3rd CG.
Don;t forget this man has thrown two 1 hitters this year. I would take schmidt over ant pitcher not named prior this year, but thats just my opinion.

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Postby The Jury » Fri Jul 02, 2004 3:07 pm

Yogi wrote:maybe, but there is no way he could have kept on the amazing pace he was on for a full year. Schmidt has never pitched well against the dodgers.
And hatteberg hit a 2-run shot off of shmidt in the 9th in the start before that one, before schmidt could finish off his 3rd CG.
Don;t forget this man has thrown two 1 hitters this year. I would take schmidt over ant pitcher not named prior this year, but thats just my opinion.

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He could have kept pretty close to that pace IMO - didn't he finish with a 2.34 ERA last year or something like that? It was Pedro-like is all I can remember.

I've got Prior and Schmidt, and I would take Schmidt over any pitcher this season including Prior 8-o He's been sick, maybe evern better than last year!
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Postby barry4prez » Fri Jul 02, 2004 3:12 pm

Schmidt's fine. It was just a case of Felipe leaving him in slightly too long. Even the best go through slumps occasionally, anyway. He's still been the best pitcher in the majors this year.
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