How Lowe Can We Go?
|Glendon Rusch, LHP
5-7, 4.35 ERA
89/45 K/BB, 10 HR in 111.2 IP
|Derek Lowe, RHP|
8-13, 4.11 ERA
115/41 K/BB, 26 HR in 175.0 IP
|LF Jayson Werth||LF Jerry Hairston Jr|
|SS *Oscar Robles||SS #Neifi Perez|
|2B Jeff Kent||1B Derrek Lee|
|1B Olmedo Saenz||RF *Jeromy Burnitz|
|C Jason Phillips||3B Nomar Garciaparra|
|3B Mike Edwards||2B *Todd Walker|
|RF #Jose Cruz Jr.||C Michael Barrett|
|Jason Repko||CF *Corey Patterson|
|P Derek Lowe||P *Glendon Rusch|
no-doubt HR towering to CF...tie game.
This site is as dead as the team.
AL pitcher hits a home run for a 1-0 lead. There goes perspective
Here are the ERAs for the last five starting pitchers:
At what point does the manager note it's not the "other pitcher"?
And why does he start Montero in the middle of a downturn?
McNutt / Archer didn't work out well for us.
Chapman shouldn't be reserved anymore on 40 man.
If Travis' back-to-back-to-back walks cost Hendricks the ERA title, that would really suck.
Edit: "A lifeless loss to a lousy Sox team."
This place is a real downer after a loss to the Sox.
I expect they will go 5-9 games above .500 the rest of the year. 96-98 wins will win the Division.
They should have one more 2-3 week hot streak in them.
However, several players are just "average" for the last month: Zobrist, Ross, Russell, Ceasar. Montero is terrible, plus he cannot throw anyone out. -WAR. Heyward is abysmal at the plate, but a plus in the OF. Still with RISP he has been terrible. KB has not been driving in runs as of late. But Apparently the team is still above average with RISP according to S Sahadev.