Re: Reds pitching: stuff championships are made of
Originally Posted by traderumor
He pitched a gem in the playoffs last year. Didn't need a hook, the Reds blew the Giants out in the game.
I kind of like Arroyo mixed in with Latos and Bailey because Arroyo is so different from the other two. One day the opponents are facing mid nineties power pitching and the next they have to adjust to 70mph curves.
At any rate if the playoff rotation is Latos, Bailey and Arroyo, that means you have Cingrani, Leake and Cueto in the pen. You can have a short leash on any of the starters if they get into any kind of trouble.
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