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    • I like this answer because it recognizes that process is important, but luck also plays a part.  
    • We have two rookies in our rotation who are trying to make the move to the majors after spending most of last year at the alternate site not exactly racking up innings. We also have two project arms in the rotation. This was pretty much expected. Hopefully it gets better as the year goes along, but I'm not worried about the short starts so far. We're not competing this year anyway.
    • Isn't he the guy that has the record for most strikeouts without a walk? I think he's at 40 K's and 0 walks.
    • Whoa on this stat about Corbin Burnes.   
    • Interesting (to me anyway) on the Hey Bill section (which is public) of Bill James' website: Hey Bill, I always meant to ask you this question. If you were the general manager of a really bad team, say the 1962 Mets: how many years do you think it would take you to build a pennant contender? Thanks Asked by: manhattanhi Answered: 4/21/2021  I don't really have the skill set to be a General Manager, but I would say this:  that if it takes longer than 7 years then there is something missing in the process, and if you can do it in less than 4 years then you've had some very good luck as well as a good process.  
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