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That would clear a roster spot for Pearce to come off the DL.

When do we have to bring Garcia back up.. that's coming up isn't it?

But yeah, Bud was my favorite pitcher to watch last year... he needs to just be DFAed.. I guess he's the back up starter, but him in the pen is just about worthless.

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You shouldn't go around denigrating pork products like that.

Me, I would send money with him if I could get back a ziplock bag of dryer lint.

I like ham, but I'm guessing a lifetime supply is out of the question if an offer for Bud is on the table.

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On a serious note, why didn't we trade him last offseason?

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I'm all for letting him go. But over the winter could you really trust Jimenez to get it together? Getting rid of him could have easily created a hole in the rotation.

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Only Bud Norris can come in with an ERA of nearly 7, pitch two+ innings and increase his ERA.

I think he's shot mentally. Therefore, a DFA is necessary. He's not going to turn it around, not here anyway.

This. He hasn't had a single successful relief appearance.

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