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Old 07-16-2005, 03:33 PM   #481
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Wow Clement has throw a lot of pitches already but only given up 3 runs.



For the discussion on your minor league... I personally think your team will be set for the next 5 years. With a combination of the youngsters you have get to call up and the free agenst you will be reeling in... I think your lineup in a few years will be even more dangerous than the one you have now.





Besides Hansen (if you sign him) who are your top 5 pitching prospects?
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Old 07-16-2005, 03:37 PM   #482
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As ranked by Soxprospects.com:

(Pitching rank; Overall rank)
1/1) Papelbon
2/2) lester
3/5) Sanchez
4/7) Declarmen
5/10) Pauley
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Wow... throughout this season... Dale Svuem has proved himself to be one of the worst 3B cpaches in the league... even worse than Luis Sojo.



In the beginning of the year, he was too trigger happy and tried to send everyone home. Now, one a bouncer up the middle to BERINE WILLIAMS... he holds the guy up at 3rd. Not even a decent CF wouldve been able to throw him out at home... nonetheless Bernie.
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Old 07-16-2005, 04:13 PM   #484
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Wow... throughout this season... Dale Svuem has proved himself to be one of the worst 3B cpaches in the league... even worse than Luis Sojo.



In the beginning of the year, he was too trigger happy and tried to send everyone home. Now, one a bouncer up the middle to BERINE WILLIAMS... he holds the guy up at 3rd. Not even a decent CF wouldve been able to throw him out at home... nonetheless Bernie.
I agree, that was an easy run. Not like there were slugs running the base paths there.
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Old 07-16-2005, 06:07 PM   #485
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What killed you tonight was Clement's early high pitch count which set in motion the chain of events that got him the hook. Your offense looked good again and the Sox are the one team besides the Yankees that I would never count out of a game no matter what the score or inning is.


Schilling looked good today on a positive note but it still didn't look like he was pushing off the rubber with that ankle which is why his fastball was only getting up to 92.
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92 is still 7 mph better than Foulke was throwing. I'll take a 92 mph Schilling over an 85 mph Foulke who could barely throw a pitch over the plate.

I thought we were going to come back, but Unit pitched a pretty good game. Leiter should be interesting tomorrow.
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Schill pitched good out of the pen. The Embree balked costed us 1 run by advancing Arod to second and he scored on the misplayed ball by Ortiz.

Tomorrow we have to salvage a split with Wake on the mound against Leiter.

Does anyone know what the Yanks gave up to get Leiter?
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Schill pitched good out of the pen. The Embree balked costed us 1 run by advancing Arod to second and he scored on the misplayed ball by Ortiz.

Tomorrow we have to salvage a split with Wake on the mound against Leiter.

Does anyone know what the Yanks gave up to get Leiter?
A player to be named.

Now since I have such a pure dislike for Schilling... I must pose this question. What is with Schill's servant dragging his bag out to the bullpen for him. And more than that... what was with that little sexual wink he gave Rivera last night?
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