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Secret Avatar wrote:"I guess I'm an imbecile, then. I'm an imbecile for factoring in his minor league stats. Everybody here by now knows that minor league stats rarely, if ever, serve as a good predictor for major league success."
I said: "Anyone who wants to make ANY conclusions whatsoever about the guy's prospects based on those 11 innings . . ."
The key phrase is "based on those 11 innings" in the majors. I agree at this point the only thing to look at is his minor-league stats.
PinotResa wrote:Secret Avatar wrote:You have GOT to be kidding me with this "debate." Hamels has pitched a total of 11 innings in the majors. Anyone who wants to make ANY conclusions whatsoever about the guy's prospects based on those 11 innings--good or bad--is just an imbecile.
What's with the nearly always harsh tone over here in the baseball cafe? You guys are too much most of the time
Talk about self-importance and overblown egos, master.
Smee wrote:Yikes, Hamels is really getting roughed up today against the Baltimore and he's lost his last four starts. Granted he hasn't been getting loads of run support but he really hasn't looked all that good either. His walks are a bit high and he doesn't strike out enough to compensate. His WHIP (before the Baltimore massacre) was 1.38 which is getting up there.
Are we still collectively high on Hamels? What's the deal? I can't admit to seeing any more of him than the box score, but I think that might be enough.
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