December 14th, 2007, 07:21 PM #11
glad to see him out of the AL west but damn why'd he have to get traded to the NL west!?
December 14th, 2007, 09:13 PM #12
Bit of an overstatement, Haren is a fine pitcher but I still like the Dodgers rotation 1-5 more than the D-Backs. I mentioned this in the MLB thread, Webb and Haren is a formidable 1-2, but it's not like Penny and Lowe are chopped liver. I like Billingsley more than Owings, Davis, etc. And both teams have a wild card in Schmidt/Unit.
Originally Posted by OrangePuck
I don't see how the Dodgers are "screwed". It makes things tougher but the Padres have had Peavy-Young the last two years and we were still in the race the last few years.
December 14th, 2007, 09:18 PM #13
Very good track record, however I'd say that the last 2 big moves he made involving pitchers he's 1-1. The Mulder trade worked out very well, even though the big hitter in the deal Daric Barton hasn't really done anything.
Originally Posted by Frolov24
The Hudson deal I think it's fair to say he lost. Maybe not lost because he was going to lose Hudson anyways, but the guys he got haven't worked out at all. The big prospect in the deal, Dan Meyer hasn't panned out yet. Mostly due to injury but the bottom line is he hasn't done anything although he's starting to get back on track. Charles Thomas sucks and Juan Cruz didn't do much for them.
I am anxious to see what he does with Blanton and Street. It doesn't make much sense to deal his best pitcher and keep these other guys. I'm certain that he'll deal Blanton, Street, and a few other guys this year.
December 14th, 2007, 09:45 PM #14
I am wondering if Ned makes a pitch to get Blanton now ... he has always had interest ...
Originally Posted by ASUcruz
December 14th, 2007, 10:00 PM #15
If the Kuroda rumors are true, I don't see us trading for another SP. We'll see what happens.
Originally Posted by roenick