Re: Should the Reds take a chance on a knuckleballer?
you just beat me to Haeger, cincyinco. he has a 3.76 ERA in 297 IP with 313 hits, 132 walks, 180 strikeouts, and 12 homeruns between Rookie Ball and AA. so far this year he has an 0.64 ERA in 28 IP with 0 homers and 1.00 WHIP.
i'd actually like to take a flyer on Dickey before Fernandez due to age and K rates.
but it's mostly pointless, if the Reds are already down on Guevara because he relies on a 'trick,' they're most certainly not going to pursue a guy who not only relies on a 'trick,' but a 'trick' that's hard to catch.
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