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Which one of these fantasy busts will bounce back NEXT year?

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Who will be most likely to bounce back next year?

Vernon Wells
3
6%
Javier Vazquez
5
10%
Roy Halladay
12
23%
Jason Giambi
1
2%
Mark Prior
31
60%
 
Total votes : 52

Postby Rico The Retard » Wed Sep 01, 2004 7:06 pm

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Postby StlSluggers » Wed Sep 01, 2004 7:08 pm

Rico The Retard wrote:you sure like giving me s*** huh stl ;-)

And you have to hit Shift to make *s, too.

Just consider me your new personal stalker.

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Postby shortsavage » Wed Sep 01, 2004 7:15 pm

I do not think Jason Giambi is going to be able to restore his career. Either some wicked voodoo artist is making sure to ruin his life or steroids ruined his immune system.

On the foorball side, if you think Tyrone Calico spraining both of his knees was weird, explain a tumor, groin pull, respitory infection, flu, parasite, sprained ankle, back spasms, hip injury, knee injury, stomach flu and massive weight loss. Granted many of these injuries were interrelated, I bet most people have fewer health problems than Giambi has had in the last half year in decades of their lives. He may be able to get better bit by bit, but what are the chances that he will be able to play baseball for more than a month at a time. He is wearing down at a very young age.
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Postby thetongueofire » Thu Sep 02, 2004 12:46 pm

Prior obviously my no. 1 choice. some rest will also help Halladay.

my some other guys who i think will improve significantly next year (not saying they'll be studs or anything) are Millwood, Benson and Mussina but a lot still depends on how healthy they are.

i think Boone will likely sign with a team that offers him a better ballpark and linup protection, and he'll put up pretty good numbers for a 2B...
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