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Gausman Wasn't Ready, Now What?


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I was not a big fan of the move, but given the options I figured why not.

I saw him get hard in Bowie, real hard. It reminds me of the game tonight.

A home run by a guy with a .192 OBP and no homers? That should tell you something.

Now what? He is listed as a starter in Detroit. I can envision that going very poorly.

Stay the course? Bring up the same retreads in AAA? What would you do?

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To me, it is clear we need to go outside the organization. This should have been done in the offseason but that is water under the bridge at this point. Just pick up the phone.

Something needs to be done.

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Second and third pitches aren't ready for the bigs, yet. All he seems to have command of is his fastball, and that's not going to cut it against big league hitters.

Don't know what the answer is, aside from Chen getting healthy in a hurry.

Pretty sure the back to back homeruns by Bernadina and Moore Were on fastballs. Didn't get to see that Laroche homer. I know he threw the changeup a decent amount but I think I like to see it more.

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I was not a big fan of the move, but given the options I figured why not.

I saw him get hard in Bowie, real hard. It reminds me of the game tonight.

A home run by a guy with a .192 OBP and no homers? That should tell you something.

Now what? He is listed as a starter in Detroit. I can envision that going very poorly.

Stay the course? Bring up the same retreads in AAA? What would you do?

I don't believe Kevin was ready either. But what they do next is anyone's guess.

DD will do something. Maybe they stay the course until Chen g?ts back.

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