Originally Posted by George Foster
Milton needs to pitch in a big ball park, that's all. His ERA would go down a full point if he pitched in Seattle. Low humidity and a big ball park would do wonders for Milton. Pitching in the humidity of Cincinnati or Philidelphia in a "cracker-jack" ball park is pretty hard on a fly ball pitcher. His best seccess was were?.....with the Twins...in 72 degrees...low humidity.
That's how you sale Milton. Seattle would be my first target for a trade. He was made for that ballpark. Then San Francisco.
Don't disagree that he would be better there. Wouldn't all pitchers? I can't see why these teams in big parks would be any more inclined to take him over other options than any other team would.