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Kershaw has dominated for a decade, but there is no way that I take him over DeGrom with the injury issues ROS.

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On 6/21/2018 at 9:14 AM, colepenhagen said:

if degrom was the picture of health and didnt play for the mets then maybe. you take the best pitcher which is kershaw

That statement probably true 2 years ago

 

DeGrom has been the best pitcher this year, at preventing runs.

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17 hours ago, HOOTIE said:

That statement probably true 2 years ago

 

DeGrom has been the best pitcher this year, at preventing runs.

if kershaw is healthy he is a better pitcher than degrom ROS imo.

you tell anyone that kershaw will throw same amount of inn as degrom ROS then almost everyone will take kershaw. 

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7 hours ago, colepenhagen said:

if kershaw is healthy he is a better pitcher than degrom ROS imo.

you tell anyone that kershaw will throw same amount of inn as degrom ROS then almost everyone will take kershaw. 

I won't

DeGrom has pitched 15 games, given up 16 runs

Kershaw in his hey day,  likely couldn't do that.

 

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15 minutes ago, HOOTIE said:

I won't

DeGrom has pitched 15 games, given up 16 runs

Kershaw in his hey day,  likely couldn't do that.

 

ok agree to disagree 

anyone with a brain would take = innings of kershaw over degrom. wins alone will skew the rankings in kershaws favor

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1 minute ago, colepenhagen said:

ok agree to disagree 

anyone with a brain would take = innings of kershaw over degrom. wins alone will skew the rankings in kershaws favor

I wouldn't, so i guess i fall under that assumption?

 

You do know that wins, is the hardest catergory of the 10, in a 5X5 roto, to predict.

So to say Kershaw wins more, is only speculation.

 

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DeGrom, and it's a little closer than I thought upon really thinking it through.  DeGrom has had some injury scares in the last few years too, but none of them as serious as the yearly Kershaw injury scare, indeed I don't think Kershaw is done with the DL this year either.  DeGrom also strikes out more guys at this point than Kershaw, and while that may mean fewer overall W for a Mets team that seems to enjoy the karmic equivalent of a mass murderer, the other counting stats can and will win you matchups, especially in weeks where he pitches twice.

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