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Go Mike Trouts calf.

You clearly were not in attendance during my final LL appearance as a pitcher, where the opposing coach demanded I be removed from the game because he feared for the safety of his players after 3 stra

Go Marquez (at home), go Giolito (finally not against Top 5 offense)

Giants offense has (weird to say) been rolling lately.  Not a gimme start @Coors with the way they’ve been hitting.

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2 minutes ago, Max Rockatansky said:

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Is this clown for real ?

Why are you blaming Marquez? Name one pitcher with any kind of sustained success in Colorado. There is no reason to ever own a Rockies pitcher.

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5 minutes ago, murraygd13 said:

Why are you blaming Marquez? Name one pitcher with any kind of sustained success in Colorado. There is no reason to ever own a Rockies pitcher.

I remember Jimenez being pretty good at home.

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1 minute ago, Members_Only_76 said:

 

Move the Rockies to Portland, Indy or even Charlotte. Coors is a joke.

Portland would be the easiest for divisional purposes.

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1 minute ago, Members_Only_76 said:

 

for how many seasons?

Only 3/5 seasons were 30+ starts, though he had 21 in his last season there before being traded mid-season.  But his overall numbers at Coors for his entire career are fairly solid all things considered.

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2 minutes ago, ToO_BaD said:

Only 3/5 seasons were 30+ starts, though he had 21 in his last season there before being traded mid-season.  But his overall numbers at Coors for his entire career are fairly solid all things considered.

 

2 minutes ago, Backdoor Slider said:

For one season maybe? Flukes happen.

 

 

Marquez and Freeland were pretty good last year too. My point was no one can sustain a long home career with great numbers there.

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5 minutes ago, ToO_BaD said:

Only 3/5 seasons were 30+ starts, though he had 21 in his last season there before being traded mid-season.  But his overall numbers at Coors for his entire career are fairly solid all things considered.

 

what could they have been had he played in San Diego or any other park? it's like playing basketball on the moon, wow look at that guy jump! ;)

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