Ender wrote:Because he was very lucky last year and he was abused last year which is not a good combo. The entire point of selling high is to get more reliable talent for a riskier player.
This is a very funny post. "...he was abused last year..." Guess I need "abused" to be defined when describing MLB pitchers. Verlander averaged 99 pitches a start last year. I understand pitchers in todays MLB are pampered and babied, but it is a new low when someone actually thinks a starting pitcher that averages 99 pitches a game is "abused".