The Blue Jays did the right thing this afternoon by optioning Ricky Romero to AA Dunedin. He has a lot of stuff to work on.
I presume that the starting rotation looks like this:
I think they're actually ordering it like this given the projected pitchers for the opening series:
I'm glad the Jays made the smart move and stuck with Happ. He has been fantastic so far this spring and he also pitched reasonably well for the Jays down the stretch last year after the trade.
The guy I'm worried about is Johnson. The Jays need to get this guy locked up long-term - if he keeps pitching like he has in Spring Training, he could be in for a huge season and an obviously huge pay day. He's always had the potential to win a Cy Young and with Dickey and Buerhle being fairly old and Romero looking iffy, it would be nice to have Morrow and Johnson to build around long-term.
Oh god did anyone see that injury Kevin Ware had in the NCAA tournament? His bone was outside of his skin! I won't post an image because it made me sick just seeing it...
Yeah i mentioned it in the other thread, gotta be the worst injury i have ever seen
I'm usually ok looking at stuff like that but this was next level gruesome.
I really feel for the guy his basketball career is over before it even started. The NCAA really mistreats their players i read this article explaining how college basketball players are not paid while NCAA basketball makes some $780 Million a year frorm this tournament whats worst is there is a chance him and his family will have to pay the medical expenses NCAA appaerenly rarely Covers medical bills. He might even have to pay for the rest his education because most likely he did not have a full 4 year scholarship.
If all this does happen, well it really sucks for the kid and his family/future and should not be happening