Well, I for one appreciated the article. In my APBA league I’ll have a choice of Darvish / Bundy / Harvey / Miller early in the 1st round, and I get the player for his career. I’m not sure which was to go right now, so articles like this are helpful.
Well, my forte may be wine-making, but my afforte is most definitely wine-tasting! Hahaha… How mischievous!
Comment by Captain Coco Crisp — October 10, 2012 @ 7:29 pm
yeah took me a a moment but its thrle catchers view. green is more frequency. interesting and angering for everyone who is fa fan of the 29 teams that made token or no bids for a mid 20s starter with high octane stuff and decent and improving command.
“The obvious follow-up question is: so what’s changed? Comparing Darvish’s most recent six starts to his previous 22 starts, he’s nearly tripled the use of his cutter. He’s thrown fewer sliders and splitters. He’s been caught by Geovany Soto instead of Mike Napoli and Yorvit Torrealba, and Soto has now basically been designated as Darvish’s personal catcher.”
That was written less than 3 weeks ago, just as Yu was finishing a dominant stretch and heading into what we all thought would be a playoff run. So this one just feels rehashed, while he is no longer a relevant/newsworthy player at the present/near future.
Wish you would have written this article before the Wild Card game or atleast texted ron washington hey… Yu darvish is better against lefties than derek holland…. Those of you complaining… the headline TOLD YOU what the article was about… you could not read it…i mean there are only like 2 baseball web sites on the internet I know its tough to find people writing about baseball …
Comment by pguimaraes — October 12, 2012 @ 10:02 am