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I was hoping for Gausman.  I know these guys have their routines, but he only threw 20 pitches.  

 

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5 minutes ago, ChuckS said:

I was hoping for Gausman.  I know these guys have their routines, but he only threw 20 pitches.  

 

 

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And 8 warmup pitches before the first inning and 8 warmup pitches before the 2nd inning and how many in the bullpen?

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4 minutes ago, SteveA said:

And 8 warmup pitches before the first inning and 8 warmup pitches before the 2nd inning and how many in the bullpen?

Maybe you piggy back him with Ynoa or Wilson.  I don't know.  

I understand these guys are on a routine and it can mess them up to deviate at them, so I'm sure Buck makes the best decision for the team. 

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For what it's worth Wilson's career in Fenway is 11 shutout innings. Mainly thanks to one great start last year. Probably means nothing but I think he's the pick. It's him or Ynoa but Wilson is more experienced and has been pitching better. 

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3 minutes ago, Crazysilver03 said:

I would think both Wilson and Ynoa are up, because there is no long man. I think Asher will be a roster casualty. Or Rickard.

Especially if Tillman is starting on Sunday. 

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I'd bring up Ynoa and Wilson, send down Bleier and Asher. Then I'd go-

  • Thursday - Wilson
  • Friday - Miley
  • Saturday - Gausman
  • Sunday - Bundy
  • Monday - Tillman

Then you have the decision of whether or not to slot Ubaldo back in the rotation. 

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13 minutes ago, Spy Fox said:

I'd bring up Ynoa and Wilson, send down Bleier and Asher. Then I'd go-

  • Thursday - Wilson
  • Friday - Miley
  • Saturday - Gausman
  • Sunday - Bundy
  • Monday - Tillman

Then you have the decision of whether or not to slot Ubaldo back in the rotation. 

No!

We want Bundy on Hangout Night!

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