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Bundy traded to Angels for Isaac Mattson, Kyle Bradish, Zach Peek, and Kyle Brnovich

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The return seems on the low side a bit.  Not a lot, but a bit.  

But it will all hinge on unpredictable factors like player development.  Either way, we will likely be running a lot of pitchers out there this year.   

I wish Dylan well but his career here has been disappointing.  

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Just now, Frobby said:

Honestly, I don’t have a very informed opinion.     And, even though I think I’m very objective about Bundy’s ability and place in the baseball world, for various reasons he was a favorite of mine and I really hate to see him go.    I guess you could say I’m lukewarm about the trade but hopeful that 1-2 of the pitchers we got back can be useful major league pieces by the time we’re ready to compete.   

Thanks ....Me thinks we are going to be real bad this season

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14 minutes ago, Luke-OH said:

Brnovich is a Karinchak starter kit. Practically the same pitcher in college.

Peek is the ceiling arm. 

Bradish is the Baumann type, could be a big stuff guy but with a delivery and command that make some think bullpen. 

It's completely a bet that Holt and crew can develop pitchers. 

 

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14 minutes ago, Luke-OH said:

Brnovich is a Karinchak starter kit. Practically the same pitcher in college.

Peek is the ceiling arm. 

Bradish is the Baumann type, could be a big stuff guy but with a delivery and command that make some think bullpen. 

It's completely a bet that Holt and crew can develop pitchers. 

This looks like a very nice return to me.

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Just now, Roll Tide said:

Thanks ....Me thinks we are going to be real bad this season

I’ll wait to see what else Elias does this offseason.   But right now, I’d say 50 wins.    Maybe fewer.   

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Just now, Frobby said:

I’ll wait to see what else Elias does this offseason.   But right now, I’d say 50 wins.    Maybe fewer.   

Thing that worries me is even a modest regression by Means. He outperformed some of his stats last year. Cobb is the real wildcard here. Could be a serviceable pitcher or total bust. 

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9 minutes ago, Frobby said:

But who will close the three games where we have a ninth inning lead?

Givens would only close one of those and give up walk off Homer's in the other two.

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3 minutes ago, tntoriole said:

I wish Dylan well but his career here has been disappointing.  

There have been 55 #4 overall picks.  Kevin Gausman, Jeffrey Hammonds, and Dylan Bundy are 16th, 17th, and 18th all time in career value.  And Gausman and Bundy still might have a good bit left in their careers.

So like most draft picks they've done much better than average among their peers, and are widely thought of as disappointing.

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