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thatguy27 wrote:Gonna roll him out there @ Pitt on Friday. It's annoying he needs 5 starts before he gets SP eligibility on Yahoo. Me no likey having to bench a closer to start him, but them's the breaks.
Syfo-Dyas wrote:thatguy27 wrote:Gonna roll him out there @ Pitt on Friday. It's annoying he needs 5 starts before he gets SP eligibility on Yahoo. Me no likey having to bench a closer to start him, but them's the breaks.
Ender wrote:Pitchers park, team that has had proven success with pitching in general, team that generally values defense more than most. Cardinals are one of those teams I'll gladly take a risk on a young pitcher when he comes up with them because he is setup for success even if he struggles. Would much rather go with someone like Lynn than any of the young arms in Baltimore etc.
Guaranteed Loser wrote:Another great outing today. What do you all think of his chances of staying in the rotation when Carpenter comes back?
clevername wrote:he's no lock to stay in the rotation if/when Carp comes back. He wouldn't get a full season of innings this year, anyway, so the pen is a nice way to limit that. Given his success in the pen last year, it's not the worst thing in the world for the team assuming Lohse and Westbrook have continued to be good enough at the back end of the rotation. No one really knows what's going to happen with Carp, though.
I think he has gone a long way to securing his spot in the rotation next year, if he doesn't have it virtually locked up now.
The recent chatter about the Cards talking with Oswalt again is interesting on this front, too.
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