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John Sickles wrote:6) Corey Luebke, LHP, Grade B-: A strike-throwing starter, should be a number four guy for a long while.
John Sickles wrote:Cory Luebke, LHP, San Diego Padres: Luebke opens the year in the Padres bullpen and pitches well due to sharp control, leading to some spot starts and an eventual look in the rotation in August. He finishes with 87 innings pitched, an ERA+ of 107, a 65/17 K/BB ratio, and a "pay close attention to this guy" rating as he heads into 2012 as a starter.
Guaranteed Loser wrote:Too bad we can't hit.
They gave up four arms for Bartlett. They'll get a nice haul for Heath Bell this summer, if the team keeps playing like they are playing right now. They are a financially strapped team, and you don't spend heavily on a closer, when you have three other guys that could do the job just as well ... if not better ... for half the price.MasterX1918 wrote:Guaranteed Loser wrote:Too bad we can't hit.
True, I really don't understand why the Pads don't package together some pitching prospects and go after some offense. Guys like Luebke, Frieri, Kelly, Castro, Gregerson, Adams, Bell, Richard, LeBlanc etc. packaged together have to be able to get you a big bat.
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