ESPN's '06 Projections on Beckett on Boston

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Post by BronXBombers51 »

kentx12 wrote:
PlayingWithFire wrote:
mikhayl wrote:I must say, I'm a little proud of myself for being this big of a stat-nerd. As a Beckett owner last season, I recognized those right away.

Those are his stats from the 2005 season ;-D


:-?

My projection

14-10 150k 70bb 4.18 ERA



I think you hit the era about right but I believe he will get a few more wins.


That's assuming he stays healthy. He hasn't thus far.

I agree with TheYanks04 as far as the Red Sox in 2006 go. Ortiz seems very sure that Manny is gone, and I don't think Damon is going to stay either. Their lineup shrivels to Ortiz and a few mediocre hitters like V-Tek around him. The pitching (starting or bullpen) is no prize package either.

Granted, the Yankees aren't a finely tuned machine themselves, but at this point, I think they are in better shape than Boston.
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Post by wrveres »

mikhayl wrote:I must say, I'm a little proud of myself for being this big of a stat-nerd. As a Beckett owner last season, I recognized those right away.

Those are his stats from the 2005 season ;-D

great call ;-D
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Post by thedude »

wrveres wrote:
mikhayl wrote:I must say, I'm a little proud of myself for being this big of a stat-nerd. As a Beckett owner last season, I recognized those right away.

Those are his stats from the 2005 season ;-D

great call ;-D


Yeah i caught that aswell. The projections in his profile are simply what he is the numbers he is on pace for in the current season. Since the season is over his projection=his season stats.
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Post by Half Massed »

So basically these aren't predictions for anything, ESPN just told us what he did last year and changed a 5 to a 6? :-?
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