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11-02-2012, 03:25 PM
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Originally Posted by Illinihockey View Post
Haren had a 4.33 ERA last season. Seems like you usually see about a .5 ERA drop when a pitcher changes leagues. Could easily see him putting up a 3.85 ERA next year which would be great for the Cubs.
He also had a bad back in June that he tried to pitch thru, that I'm willing to cut some slack on his total numbers... before he sucked it up and hit the DL.

If anything, that's what you'd have to worry about... but when his back is healthy, he is still a good pitcher. He would thrive in Wrigley with that splitter.

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