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Cobb to Orioles (Confirmed by Roch Kubatko)

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2 minutes ago, Chito said:

 

If this is true, the contract has a 14.25 mil average.

  1. Zack Grienke - 34.4
  2. David Price - 31.0
  3. Clayton Kershaw - 30.7
  4. Max Scherzer - 30.0
  5. Justin Verlander - 27.0
  6. Jon Lester - 25.8
  7. Felix Hernandez - 25.0
  8. Stephen Strasburg - 25.0
  9. Jake Arrieta - 25.0
  10. Cole Hamels - 24.0
  11. Masahiro Tanaka - 22.1
  12. Jordan Zimmerman - 22.0
  13. Johnny Cueto - 21.7
  14. Yu Darvish - 21.0
  15. Rick Porcello - 20.6
  16. Adam Wainwright - 19.5
  17. James Shields - 18.8
  18. Jeff Samardzija - 18.0
  19. Homer Bailey - 17.5
  20. Wei-Yin Chen - 16.0
  21. Scott Kazmir - 16.0
  22. Mike Leake - 16.0
  23. Rich Hill - 16.0
  24. Alex Cobb - 14.3
  25. Ian Kennedy - 14.0
  26. Phil Hughes - 14.0
  27. Dallas Keuchel - 13.2
  28. Marco Estrada - 13.0
  29. Danny Duffy - 13.0
  30. Tyler Chatwood - 12.7

 

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Just now, Finisher said:

Seems like free money. Just put a little on it and waiting for Angelos to not flunk the physical to put more.

14ish mill per for a legit No. 2 is a good deal.

Please delete this post. Haha

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16 minutes ago, Babypowder said:

Ranges between 46 and 85 innings, so bullpen projections it appears. None of the systems like him, only ZiPS has him under a 5 ERA. Low K rate, high walk rate, no dominant groundball rate to go with it. His ERA looked ok last season, but by all other numbers he didn't actually pitch that well.

I take projections for 23 year olds with 80 MLB innings with a massive truck-sized grain of salt.

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4 minutes ago, Ripken said:

Just put $500 on the OVER for 72 wins.  I hope he passes the physical.  :)

Keep any Rule5 with promise over Wright.  I'd bet he passes through waivers.

I’d take that action. I think we’re a 78-88 win team. With about a 10-15% likelihood to go up or down in each direction 

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16 minutes ago, Babypowder said:

Ranges between 46 and 85 innings, so bullpen projections it appears. None of the systems like him, only ZiPS has him under a 5 ERA. Low K rate, high walk rate, no dominant groundball rate to go with it. His ERA looked ok last season, but by all other numbers he didn't actually pitch that well.

Castro's career BB/9 is a tick below Brad Brach's, albeit is sss. I believe he will show improvement as he matures.

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4 minutes ago, sportsfan8703 said:

2019- Cobb, Bundy, Gausman, Cashner, Harvey. 

Best rotation in 20 years?  

Maybe.  Long way to go.  Suffice to say, it will be nice heading into an off season where we don't desperately need starting pitching.

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1 minute ago, utvolzac said:

What pick do we have to give up if it’s 4/57?

Roch said #51. Our third highest pick.

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1 minute ago, weams said:

Hope springs eternal, but I'm guessing Mr. Sherman isn't familiar with our outfield prospects named Hays, Mullins and Stewart, and the likelihood that Ryan Mountcastle will be an ML hitter before too long.  Adding pitching was the need not just for this year, but the next couple as well.

 

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