Wow. I'm disappointed in my Sox. May is the time you let Kim figure it out. He comes back from the DL and has two bad starts and they toss him out the window.
He's a very good pitcher, but needs some time. Jeez.
My feelings exactly ... I had Kim and am glad they've pulled the plug on him as a starter for the time being, but I think it's a terrible disservice to the guy to send him to the minors to work it out; and probably counterproductive.
He was terrific in his rehab stinits. He needs to throw to ML players -- not AA and AAA. A bad decision on just about every front.
If two consecutive poor starts were the criteria for sending an established player down, there wouldn't be a pitcher left in Kansas City.
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