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Postby L0rdB23 » Tue Feb 10, 2004 5:23 pm

i think hell finally show his potential this year but i doubt hell have lower then a 3.5 era.. i predict if healthy a 15-7 record.. 3.75-3.85 era.. 1.20-1.25 whip.. 60bb/180Ks if he reaches 200 ip.. getting off the metrodome turf will do nothing but help his health and stats
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Re: Eric Milton

Postby Purple Haze » Tue Feb 10, 2004 6:55 pm

Erboes wrote:
yeyo44 wrote:How does everyone feel about him? I see him as a late round sleeper.

I agree with you. He's one of the few pitchers whose ERA doesn't match what his WHIP would indicate it should be. At worst, his high ERA will be offset by good WHIP, win, and K totals, but if he gets his ERA down to where it should be he could become a top 20 pitcher. He's very much a good late round gamble in my opinion.

I agree with the both of you.. Milton was once one of the most touted pitching prospects around... He will have alot of run support, and won't have to face a DH.. Maybe he will finally be that pitcher, the Yankees thought he once was...
I see Milton somewhere around: 3.95 era and a 1.15 whip and 15 wins... With a lot of room to be even better.. Pitchers are the hardest position to handicap each year.. there is always a lot of surprises... Once you think it can't happen..Better believe that's what WILL happen.....
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Postby SoxFanPJ » Tue Feb 10, 2004 8:35 pm

I'd look at him as a 5th fantasy starter
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