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There aren't too many old school cliche's I agree with but one of the exceptions is "Good pitching beats good hitting" which is historically true, studied and backed up with statistics.
jfg wrote:I'm assuming the 2nd tier consists of Cain, Lee, Sale, Moore, Hamels, Sabathia, with Latos and Gio on the edge of 2+3. Price is probably on the edge of 1+2 at least in a keeper.
Give me Harvey for any of those guys in a redraft. But, I wouldn't trade anybody elite for him.
Give me Price over Harvey in a keeper but I'd probably have to think about it for a few days and change my mind about 10 times, all the rest I'd trade straight up for Harvey. Again, I wouldn't trade any elite pitcher for Harvey in a keeper.
That places Harvey pretty much in his own tier 1b.
West wrote:Looks like more easy going for Harvey for the next month and a half. The only real challenge will be CIN on Wednesday but he gets to face them at home. He gets Miami twice in June and misses the series against the Cardinals and the series in NYY, and the series in WAS. The guy has probably had the easiest schedule of all time. Atlanta might be tough, but that's about it.
jfg wrote:Knowing the Mets, I don't think they'll limit him. I'm not saying that's a poor decision, but in the Mets case it probably will be.
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