Where's the Diet stuff for Me and Gleeman.
I was a little behind in my G and the G listening. I generally often agree with Aaron, but his obsession with "five innings" (for Doyle) and "nine innings" (last year for Hughes), etc. etc. ignores the fact that spring training is not merely about the actual games played (you made this point to him, but it was ignored immediately) but about practice, practice, practice. Maybe Doyle also didn't do well in bullpen sessions and whatnot. Who knows.
I am really loving this site. I'm checking it more and more often every day.
Honestly guys, this site is great. Almost as good as the MLB Twins site, maybe better. The site is packed with the latest information from both the regular bloggers and the comments. Thank you for the time and efforts put in by all who have contributed. And GO TWINS ... and GO RED WINGS too (grin).
Is it wrong to wonder about bringing up a younger player from AA or AAA (Dozier, someone else?) and doing a trial by fire? (I realize there are 40man roster implications)
Or is the thinking we want them playing every day in the minors rather than 2 games a week up in the show?
I just see one as a future investment and the other a purely stopgap measure.
I envy your optimism. Relief pitching is so hard to evaluate in one-inning increments especially if you get used to start those innings.
Even if you were to eat others brownies we would love to have you.
Am I still invited if I can't bring brownies?
Wow, congratulations fellas!
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