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CraigMasbruch wrote:Aardsma's 2nd save opp...is this anything?
Soriano opened last season as the closer, but Gonzalez was on the DL. Soriano more or less lost his job to injury last season, but Gonzalez did well in the second half and coupled with his success as a closer in Pittsburgh, earned the opening day gig this season. That being said, this is a perfect situation for "co-closers", with Soriano being RH and Gonzo being LH. I would not be surprised, if healthy, to see them both get save opps going forward.
StarsNPinstripes wrote:CraigMasbruch wrote:Aardsma's 2nd save opp...is this anything?
Morrow threw 27 piches yesterday & 16 on Thursday would be my guess as to why Morrow was not out there today.
Also, Mike Gonzalez pitched Friday & Saturday which was why Soriano was in there today.
floyd1313 wrote:Don't think anyone has brought up the fact that Street got rocked today...2 runs and the loss. Corpas gave up two runs before him to allow Philly to tie the game. I guess it's a wash and Street is still completely safe as closer. Thoughts?
rookies and cream wrote:Havoc,
I really think its time to put Saito next in line for BOS. I understand that you are waiting for him to prove his health, but then why do you put Zumaya, Ray, and Soriano in there?
He's the only other guy in the BOS pen that has experience closing and he did very well doing it. I truly believe he's next in line and may in fact get a save op today given that Paps threw nearly 40 pitches yesterday.
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