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2nd half pitching sleeper

PostPosted: Sun Jul 09, 2006 10:31 am
by no2leads
Noah Lowry
He missed the first 5 weeks this season which should give him some late season arm strength.

2005 post AS Break- 8-4, 2.40 ERA, OBA .217
2004 post AS Break- 6-0, 3.91 ERA, OBA .242

he's 26 years old, 3rd season where they supposedly figure it out. he has been real inconsistent since coming back off DL, i just think he's somebody to keep an eye on, probably on waivers in lot of leagues.

PostPosted: Sun Jul 09, 2006 10:50 am
by KSJayhawk
Since he's had only one full season in the majors, there's probably not too much to make of the pre/post all-star splits yet. What is most concerning for me on Lowry right now is that his velocity has decreased from last year (4-5 MPH). His K/9 is way down this year. Lowry is saying he is not feeling any residual pain from the oblique muscle injury earlier in the year, but you have to think something is still wrong. Still worth keeping an eye on him, but I don't think anyone is going to be rushing to wire to get him soon.

PostPosted: Sun Jul 09, 2006 12:25 pm
by CeeLoGreen
KSJayhawk wrote:Since he's had only one full season in the majors, there's probably not too much to make of the pre/post all-star splits yet. What is most concerning for me on Lowry right now is that his velocity has decreased from last year (4-5 MPH). His K/9 is way down this year. Lowry is saying he is not feeling any residual pain from the oblique muscle injury earlier in the year, but you have to think something is still wrong. Still worth keeping an eye on him, but I don't think anyone is going to be rushing to wire to get him soon.



He's not on the wire in any league I am in.

I stand corrected, as soon as I was done posting this, I checked the league page in my big money roto league, and Lowry was just dropped for J. Jennings. Weird.

PostPosted: Sun Jul 09, 2006 1:04 pm
by activechamp2006
bartolo colon wins mine for 2nd half pitching sleeper ;-D top 10 from here on out