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  1. Shouldn’t have pulled him. His pitch count was low
  2. Was a very idiotic managerial move. They are up 1-0, one out and a guy on first. He just strikes out a batter; pitch count at 70! Why pull him?
  3. I agree, and similar to the conversation above on the Phillies’ bullpen, the best arm is not always the closer. Montero is the closer for Seattle. One more blown save and he’s toast. Neris is the closer for the Phillies (a joke) and he probably could blow 10 saves and Girardi will pat him on the back
  4. Big news with Bellinger out longer than expected. Hands up, keep it goin
  5. Good analysis. Have you seen him pitch this year? This is my subjective take: he looks like a different pitcher than the guy with the Reds. I think we will have more consistency this year from him. Barring an injury, this could be a SP30 or better going forward
  6. Disappointing storyline. Droppable in all formats now
  7. Williams is a terrible pitcher dude, what did you expect?
  8. Saw a topic wasn’t started for him. I think a lot of people (myself included) were thinking he was poised for a breakout year this year. Arbitration after this year. So far 2021 has looked really really crappy for him. Has anyone seen anything live to suggest he may perform better ROS?
  9. I know this was mentioned earlier, but what is everyone’s thoughts on Hicks vs. Reyes for the rest of season? Obviously speculation, but do you think Reyes will be moved into the starting staff?
  10. I think its nearing that way 100%. Even when Hicks is back full strength I envision they will move him into a setup role with occasional split save.
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