looks like he had good control in A and AA and ran into some trouble in AAA (but that's only based on 7 innings last year) but a little worse this year.
I can't figure out how he did in the games that he started this year in AAA.... seems to me he is more comfortable as a starter, but who knows (his K rates are certainly good). [/url]
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well i guess it is only fitting,,,,,if you have someone named "k-rod" on your team and you have someone named "A-rod" on your team,,,,,,,It was only a matter of time till the gay porn dude found his way onto your team.
jason davis has 2 wins in 17 games, he's horrendous
idiots they are....
Kazuhito Tadano, P CLE
News: Kazuhito Tadano will remain in the Cleveland bullpen despite his win and 10 strikeouts on Friday at Cincinnati. "We have five starters beyond Tadano," Wedge told the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Analysis: It is hard to fathom how Scott Elarton continues to hold onto a spot in the Cleveland rotation with Tadano's impressive performance and Elarton's inconsistency. While he remains in the bullpen he will have no Fantasy appeal until a spot opens up.
What that little blurb doesn't mention is that the next line in that Plain Dealer story was "That decision will be reevaluated at the All-Star break." That's only two starts by Elarton away--and after he gets shelled in those two, I can't see him remaining in the rotation.
Also, in Elarton's last four starts, only one has been a real stinker. I don't think he has any kind of future here, but he was decent before he went to Colorado, and I think the Indians want to give him a couple more chances to escape the Coors field stigma.
Jason Davis is another issue entirely. He's rapidly losing his status as a prospect, but it's not gone entirely. He still throws mid-90s, and no major league team can resist a guy with velocity. They'll keep giving him the ball until the end of the year, and then hopefully they'll get the sense to let him fade into baseball oblivion.
On the other hand, he hit a home run the other day--perhaps he can be reincarnated as an outfielder...