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11-02-2012, 08:55 PM
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Originally Posted by Epictetus View Post
That's a fallacy unless you are under the belief that one bad year = no longer a #1 anymore. Outside of this past season, Haren was a top 15 pitcher in baseball.

If that's true for you, then following your argument, Roy Halladay is also not a #1 anymore.
Haren is slowly declining. Probably will put up better numbers than this past season, but he isn't the same pitcher that he used to be. He's a solid mid-rotation starter at this point in his career, IMO.

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