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The Dodgers plan to stick with Edwin Jackson as their No. 5 starter, despite his 7.71 ERA in spring training, according to the LA Times.
RedsRebirth wrote:Ive heard they are sticking with Jackson, despite his poor spring, got a link that says otherwise?The Dodgers plan to stick with Edwin Jackson as their No. 5 starter, despite his 7.71 ERA in spring training, according to the LA Times.
Rotoworld wrote:Dodgers manager Jim Tracy admitted after last night's game that there's some chance Edwin Jackson could begin the season in the minors.
Jackson was handed a rotation spot in January, but he may lose it to Jose Lima with an 8.59 spring ERA. He'll probably need to bounce back next time out in order to avoid an assignment to Triple-A Las Vegas. Even if he does start off in Triple-A, he would still be worth drafting in NL-only leagues.
Collateral wrote:Interesting... I was considering using my last pick, 24th Round, on a guy like Jackson. Maybe Cliff Lee is a better bet for a guy who will get more starts?
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