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The first-rounder dominated in his 2012 debut. How fast can he move up? Today’s report is FREE!
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Posted: 1/8/2013 11:55 AM
pugsleyaddams wrote: Wacha spelled backwards is "Ahcaw" which means "longest and straightest spear thrower" in Indian...Western Cherokee to be specific. I would like to know if ever in the storied history of this game has a team had four potential Ace starting pitchers poised within a year of each other to break upon the scene(ML)? For those who think Wacha is still 2-3 years away, you better think again. Now we all know that all 4 are not going to end up being #1 type ML hurlers. The odds of Wacha, Rosenthal, Martinez and Miller all filling this bill are astronomical. But if two of these heralded young hurlers attain this status, the Cardinal rotation is going to be in pretty fair shape for years to come. My money is on Wacha and Rosenthal.
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Posted: 1/8/2013 9:45 PM
SoonerinNC wrote: However brief, Wacha arguably had the most dominating debut of any #1 Cardinal draft choice ever. Rick Ankiel was probably the closest.I'm not as high on Wacha as Carioca but I like him a lot. Saw most of his AA outings on the web and he was just untouchable. He has good command and supposedly a major league ready change. Remember Trevor Hoffman got along just fine with a average fastball and his devastating change.Wong, Wacha, Taveras and Adams along with Miller and Rosenthan could really force the Cardinals to change their plan for the 2013 season with dominating performances in spring training.
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