How many pitchers have said, "I'm ok" only to have them turn up injured?
How many times has Doc K said, "pitcher XYZ is doing great" only to have them return to the roster 180 days later?
How many times has a pitcher been accused of tipping his pitches when they have a rough spot?
How many hot prospects have dissapeared into the Reds minor league system never to reappear?
Why don't Reds pitcher seem too interested in pitching on the inside 1/2 of the plate?
It makes you wonder whether a review of anybody in the orginization that interacts with pitchers is in order? Everybody from the bull-pen coaches, to the minor leauge pitching coaches, to Mark Mann, to Doc K himself should be reviewed to see if there is something inherrant to the Reds orginization that is exaserbating these issues and encouraging pitchers to keep pitching despite something being noticeably wrong.
I don't even know what this "review" would entail, but it is an area I think deserves some attention in the offseason.
If you want to continue to argue the Majewski arm situation, please post in that thread. I'd like to discuss possible organizational pitching problems on this thread.