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Brandon lyon close to a deal with # mets
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acesfull86 wrote: I hope that K-rate from last year is for real...
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oct271986 wrote: acesfull86 wrote: I hope that K-rate from last year is for real...That looks fishy.
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xmulderx wrote: hopefully this is not Sandy handing out a 2yr deal to a mediocre reliever for the third straight year.
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Gstacks177 wrote: oct271986 wrote: acesfull86 wrote: I hope that K-rate from last year is for real...That looks fishy.Good catch. Sure does. He's actually coming off a 4 yr, $20M contract (), given by DET in 2009. I now remember being shocked he got that $ at that time. He was coming off a 4.70 ERA, 59 IP, 75 H season.I'm now fearing we just gave him a $4-5M contract... Imagine if it's a multi-yr (FF) one?
The Greatest Striker the World Has Ever Seen
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DuffyDyer wrote: As I said, the pen still seems a late inning talent like Andrew Bailey away from being solid.
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Gstacks177 wrote: I'm now fearing we just gave him a $4-5M contract... Imagine if it's a multi-yr (FF) one?
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DocK16 wrote: oct271986 wrote: acesfull86 wrote: I hope that K-rate from last year is for real...That looks fishy.It looks fishy in the sense that it came almost completely out of nowhere, but in terms of swing-strike % and his ability to generate more swings and misses outside of the zone, it's pretty legit. The question is, can he keep it going.
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