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Posted: 1/26/2013 7:31 PM
StelOgStem wrote: They're saying Oswalt only sounds interested in throwing "on his terms" and for half a season. Still, if he doesn't mind coming up to NYC and throwing out of the pen or acting as rotation insurance, what's the harm? I don't think it'll happen, but I'm happy to see them possibly casting out a line.
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DocK16 wrote: Oswalt would be a great signing. His peripherals last season were fantastic. Getting him out of Arlington and into the NL would do wonders for his HR rate. Could be a huge asset as both a bullpen arm and/or SP.
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met8669 wrote: DocK16 wrote: Oswalt would be a great signing. His peripherals last season were fantastic. Getting him out of Arlington and into the NL would do wonders for his HR rate. Could be a huge asset as both a bullpen arm and/or SP.I'd love to give him a shot as closer, see if he can revitalize his career that way? He still has power in his stuff, and he would be an upgrade over anything in our bullpen.If he was willing to take that shot, I would think the Mets would be silly not to offer it. At this point, with all the $$/spots we have available, its worth it to take risks such as this. Best case: you get the next John Smoltz circa 2002. Worst case, its just a little money in a year where we have alot of it available (supposedly).
Posted: 1/28/2013 9:14 AM
met8669 wrote: I still think to this day one of Minaya's biggest errors was not trading for Oswalt when we had the chance in 2006. It was a long-shot and at the time they asked for alot (none of those prospects endedup into anything), but we win the world series in 2006 with Oswalt. And we likely don't collapse in 2007 or 2008 given our biggest problem was consistent SP.It's sad really..
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