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Josh Johnson... stay or go down?


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send the whole team down....this is pathetic.....

 

Obermueller needs to go completely.....so does Kim.....the whole team for the most part is having a sophomore slump.

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JJ has continually improved in each start.

 

 

Sheezus. He's starting to look better.

 

I give him 4 more starts before there should be any talk of finding himself in the minors.

 

Eeeeh, he didn't look good tonight, not by a long shot. If you look at the box score, I guess it's serviceable, but he was pretty much 1-1 balls to strikes and if he came near the strike-zone, generally, it was getting pounded.

 

Plus, I found it alarming that his velocity was incredibly spotty tonight.

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Unless theres something we dont know about his health, he wasn't rushed back. Hes basically pitching his spring training games in the regular season. Give him a few more starts before he gets sent down or sent to the bullpen. As for obermueller, he was a serviceable starter earlier this year, and honestly, most teams don't have anyone much better as their long reliever.

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I don't see what good sending him down is gonna do.

 

The only good it does is not having a pitcher go out there every 5 days and get shelled, but allow him to continue pitching a lot of innings, as ooposed to putting him in the pen. Of course, due t othe fact our pitchign options are low that may not be a good idea, but if we had a repalcement it would be best, not right now but if he gets shelled again his next two or three starts.

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I don't see what good sending him down is gonna do.

 

The only good it does is not having a pitcher go out there every 5 days and get shelled, but allow him to continue pitching a lot of innings, as ooposed to putting him in the pen. Of course, due t othe fact our pitchign options are low that may not be a good idea, but if we had a repalcement it would be best, not right now but if he gets shelled again his next two or three starts.

If this happens again, I say we take our chances with Hernandez.

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I don't see what good sending him down is gonna do.

 

The only good it does is not having a pitcher go out there every 5 days and get shelled, but allow him to continue pitching a lot of innings, as ooposed to putting him in the pen. Of course, due t othe fact our pitchign options are low that may not be a good idea, but if we had a repalcement it would be best, not right now but if he gets shelled again his next two or three starts.

If this happens again, I say we take our chances with Hernandez.

 

I wouldnt be averse to that either.

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