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Kevin Gausman 2017 ERA Poll


Gausman's ERA will be:  

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  1. 1. Gausman's ERA will be:

    • Under 3.00
    • 3.00-3.24
    • 3.25-3.49
    • 3.50-3.74
    • 3.75-3.99
    • 4.00-4.24
    • 4.25 or above

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I voted 3.25-3.49. That might be on the optimistic side but I think reasonable based on what he's shown in prior years. The thing is you can pitch pretty well pretty often in our division and still find yourself in the upper 3s if you aren't lucky. 

I'd love to see 200 innings from him. 

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