Re: Chapman story on ESPN - MLB front page...
I'm for the move, but Lance Lynn isn't the best example. he had 75 innings at AAA in 2011 making his jump to 174 not as drastic as it sounded. And he threw 164 innings in 2010, so his arm was probably better suited in terms of what he was used too. Chapman hasn't had a workload like that since joining the Reds org.
Sale is a better example, but he had some issues during the 2012 season, something we as fans should be aware that Chapman will likely face as well.
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Last edited by TRF; 01-31-2013 at 04:45 PM.