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dillpickle wrote:So you really think Oh-Ka-Ji-Ma is better then a healthy Zumaya? Interesting. Is your second best setup man better then Miller? Is your 3rd best better then a healthy Rodney? Think you may be stretching a few things, but go for it. Sounds good to me.
dillpickle wrote:What real team does the Sox lead by 10 games? The Tigers have virtually the same record. The entire AL East blows this year, so what does that 10 game East lead tell anyone. Nothing.
dillpickle wrote:As it relates to your great bullpen, you use the same three months that I'm judging the hitters by to judge the Sox pen (exception Paps). Of course, it is ok for you to say the Sox have a better pen based on the previous three months, but the Tigers don't have a way, way better lineup based on just those same three months. Not quite following you on this one.
dillpickle wrote:What Tiger hitter is going to drop off considerably? Just wondering. None of them are playing too far over their head. Of course, saying that Drew and Lugo will hit better isn't saying much. So they hit 230 instead of 200. Great.
What Tiger hitter is going to drop off considerably?
dawgs2010 wrote:Is it inconcievable that Seattle can make the playoffs? They have one of the best bullpens in baseball and with players like Beltre and Sexson usually doing better in the 2nd half I think they have a chance. Its only a matter of time until Jones is called up and Vidro is benched ehich will improve both the offense and the defence. Also they don't have any players that you would say are overperforming. Finally they have shown that they can compete with the big boys aka sweeping Boston.
dillpickle wrote:Obviously, this can be argued all day and night. Fortunately, we will find out. I will just keep the name of this post handy for use at years end and I'll be sure to remind everyone of their predictions. Don't go hiding in October Sox fans.
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