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49 minutes ago, MurphDogg said:

The O's continue their quest to acquire every first rounder from the 2015 draft.

They now have 6 of the 42 first rounders (Tate, Fulmer, Richie Martin, DJ Stewart, Mountcastle, and Tyler Nevin).

They also have Eshelman who was the 46th player selected in that draft.

Didn't the O's give up their first round draft pick in 2015 for signing Gallardo?  🤮

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Another sleeper pick up bu Elias.   I think he is another guy who can be turned around with a few minor changes.

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13 hours ago, wildcard said:

Lopez look bad too when claimed.  O's think they can fix him.

I don’t think they will be successful with either. But I guess it’s better than picking up more guys on the off-season like Milone and LeBlanc.

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22 minutes ago, section18 said:

Another sleeper pick up bu Elias.   I think he is another guy who can be turned around with a few minor changes.

Who has Elias claimed and turned around?

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31 minutes ago, Can_of_corn said:

Who has Elias claimed and turned around?

Somehow they turned Chris Davis around to the IL.  It was a brilliant move IMO.

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1 minute ago, VaBird1 said:

Somehow they turned Chris Davis around to the IL.  It was a brilliant move IMO.

Nice try but Davis was already here when Elias joined the club.

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Maybe not claimed an turnaround but Elias pitching team has improved a lot of pitchers including Means, Armstrong, Castro, Harvey, Lakins, Tate, Lopez, Fry, and Scott.

 

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Just now, wildcard said:

Maybe not claimed an turnaround but Elias pitching team has improved a lot of pitchers including Means, Armstrong, Castro, Harvey, Lakins, Tate, Lopez, Fry, and Scott.

 

I think a case can be made for each of those names that no definitive improvement has taken place.  One of the names you listed has an ERA (and FIP) over 8 this season.

We have not seen the type of turnaround with pitchers that the Astros had.  Not even close.

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17 minutes ago, Can_of_corn said:

I think a case can be made for each of those names that no definitive improvement has taken place.  One of the names you listed has an ERA (and FIP) over 8 this season.

We have not seen the type of turnaround with pitchers that the Astros had.  Not even close.

They have only just begun.

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The tigers and pirates also thought he was worth having and dumped him. I have little hope for him, but as has been pointed out, he can’t be worse than Phillips, so why not.

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1 minute ago, Philip said:

The tigers and pirates also thought he was worth having and dumped him. I have little hope for him, but as has been pointed out, he can’t be worse than Phillips, so why not.

I think they begin with him the mop up guy when they are way ahead or way behind than work on him over the winter.

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Just now, wildcard said:

I think they begin with him the mop up guy when they are way ahead or way behind than work on him over the winter.

I think he doesn't make it to spring training 2021 as an Oriole.

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