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11-25-2012, 12:03 AM
Jeff from Maine
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Originally Posted by Montecristo View Post
Lincecum is a Poor example this year but it kind of proves my point. Those pitchers are "great" because of the lineups they face. The NL on the whole has weaker lineups which lead to inflated pitching staffs. Look at CC sabathias stats in milwaukee. Stanton hasnt had to face deep rotations in the NL, more often than not hitters have a difficult time adjusting to the AL.

Also compared to what the jays have up, bogaerts, middlebrooks and salty was way more value then Henderson Alvarez and company. If that's what the marlins wanted from the sox, it's obvious they lowered their price for toronto
Your using an 11 game sample size? He has had multiple 11 games streteches with NYY and Cleveland that equal what he did in Milwaukee for those 11 games.

But its good to note that you believe that the NL does not have a single great pitcher.



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