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6 minutes ago, Frobby said:

Rich Hill’s curve ball was wicked but the brief period he pitched for us he couldn’t command it.    It had negative value per the two measures tracked by Fangraphs.  

Fair. But the rules of this game didn't state anything about performance whilst in Baltimore. We're taking just their repertoire and constructing the perfect pitcher. Which is surprisingly hard for 200-2019. Those were a lot of lousy staffs. 

 

** edit. just saw your statement said Bedard.... "for us."

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3 minutes ago, Frobby said:

Rich Hill’s curve ball was wicked but the brief period he pitched for us he couldn’t command it.    It had negative value per the two measures tracked by Fangraphs.  

Having Rich Hill on a "best of" Orioles list is like having Johnny Unitas on a San Diego Chargers "best of" list.

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SP is depressing. Mussina and Bedard are all we’ve had over 20 years and Mussina only one year. 

FB: Moose

CU: Bedard (Robo SP would have trouble blending Hill’s mechanics with the other 3 pitches)

SL: Beats me. Bundy might have a good slider but he’s so awful in every other aspect it’s hard to list him. 

CH: Moose

Bullpen is more fun

FB: Britton (Sinker is a FB so there...)

CU: Olson

SL: Miller (He could just be robo RP)

CH: Doesn’t matter. Nobody hitting those 3 pitches. 

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Brad Bergesen's sinker, before he got his leg broken on a line drive ........ I was at both of his fateful games that year. The first was when his excellent run started (which happened to be Matt Wieters' first Major League game ever), and the game in which a line drive back to the mound broke his leg.

 

In that span (May 29th through July 30th),  he had ........

 

12 Starts

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IP llllllllllllll 84

BB lllllllllllll 20

SO lllllllllllll 47

ERA llllllllll 2.46

WHIP llllllll 1.131

 

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