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dyuen87 wrote:i dont want to jump right into this but i will. mweir145 please get an idea and some facts before you start arguing. you started off by saying you had "scouting reports" then you've forgotten what they were and you say you've been to see him 3 times? well ive watched every game he's pitched and i can vouch tat he hits mid 90s on a consistent basis. and not looking like he can throw hard isnt a very good arguement. for example kazmir former mets prospect is an absolute flamethrower and he looks like a twig compared to another guy in the mets farm system, petite. this guy's huge and stays in the upper 80s to low 90s. so yu either dont know very much about baseball or you just wanted to argue for no reason.
davidmarver wrote:Please don't use what teammates have said, or what the team itself says which is what is in those scouting reports as how hard a person throws. I always use the visiter's radar gun to clock how hard Peavy throws because you know almost all home teams jack up their guns a few mph for their own pitchers. I'd venture to guess Wang's a 90-93 type person that can go as high as 95, but that's not that bad. He's not a strikeout-type pitcher anyway. Right now he's got to keep the ball in the ballpark, though. I grabbed him in a dynasty league and until he gets that under control, he'll be riding my bench. He looks promising, but so did Brian Tollberg. I'd temper my optimism if I were a Yankees fan on Wang. If you can get a guy like Soriano for him and Cano, I'd do it in a heartbeat.
DaQ wrote:Soriano can do everything offensively (I kinow his fielding is mediocre) and can hit .280, which isn't too bad. Again though, the Yanks should have definately done that trade despite the salary problems (the Yanks already have a high payroll) - Soriano, unlike Cano and Wang will really help the Yanks this year.
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