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Philliebuster wrote:He's always been kind of an enigma to me. His whip besides last year has always been respectable, he never walked a ton of batters, but his win totals and ERA never fell in line.
I was high on him before last season and he disappointed. But i'm willing to give him a shot again. He's got a decent K rate, doesn't walk alot of batters and plays for a team that can put up some points. I hope he's turned his "career corner" as cbs.sports suggested.
Ender wrote:Pitch him at home, bench him on the road except against terrible offenses. that is my motto.
CBSSportsline: The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports that Brewers manager Ned Yost is considering platooning SPs Seth McClung and Dave Bush in the No. 5 spot in the pitching rotation, depending on if the team is at home or on the road. Bush, who is 4-2, with a 2.49 ERA at Miller Park would start the home games, and McClung would start on the road, mainly because Bush is 1-6, with 6.95 ERA away from Milwaukee. "I think it makes sense," Yost said. "I'm not trying to reinvent the wheel. All I'm trying to do is give us the best chance to win every day. ... I'm trying to do what's smart."
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