Re: Build the rosters of each affiliate
Originally Posted by Kingspoint
That whole post I made is meaningless. I miscalculated it.
In the perfect scenario with no rainouts the 5th Starter would have 6 starts by May 22nd compared to 10 for the #1 (Arroyo), 10 for the #2 (Harang), 9 for the #3 (Cueto), and 8 for the #4, if I was trying to keep the "best" pitchers on 5 days rotations.
4/06 Off Day
4/11 5th Starter
4/16 5th Starter
4/19 Off Day
4/24 5th Starter
4/26 Off Day
5/01 5th Starter
5/06 Off Day
5/11 5th Starter
5/13 Off Day
5/18 5th Starter
5/23 ....and so on...
Of course, 1 Rain Out and everything changes. Trying to predict any scenario is fruitless.
Guess we do need a 5th Starter right out of the gate. I'm guessing that the 5th Starter will be between who pitches best in Spring Training among Owings, Wood, Maloney and Lehr. I can't see anyone else even being considered. I'll put my hat in the Owings ring...that he'll pitch the best this Spring.
Kip Wells? Mike Lincoln:ughmamoru? Personally, I think Maloney and Wells should be the only candidates. They are just holding the spot until Chapman has put in enough time to keep his contract from escalating.
Not only do I think Owings should be in the pen, I can actually see him becoming a pretty solid middle reliever down there. Maybe a guy in the mix for the 7th inning in a close game.
"All I can tell them is pick a good one and sock it." --BABE RUTH
Having better players makes "the right time" or "the big hit" happen a lot more often. PLUS PLUS
Last edited by mth123; 02-24-2010 at 06:48 PM.