Rank them 1-6
Tim Lincecum13 AnswersBaseball1 decade ago
Also, who will be the A.L. and N.L. leaders at the end of the season?
Home runs seem to be up again this season. I don't know if it is because of quality hitting or poor pitching, but the power numbers are better so far.
If so, who has the best chance at the feat?
The Rays have been winning lately, but it's not because of their starting pitching. Matt Garza is the best starter they have right now. Andy Sonnnastine got the win today, but he gave up 5 earned runs. Jeff Niemann has shown flashes of brilliance, but still has a 5.00 + ERA. How long will the Rays wait before making a move or two?6 AnswersBaseball1 decade ago
If you can, give me your top 3.7 AnswersBaseball1 decade ago
Ryan Zimmerman is my choice
Johnny Cueto9 AnswersBaseball1 decade ago
The Rays are off to a mediocre start. Every one of the starters have been highly inconsistent. You figure Garza, Kazmir, and Shields are safe. Sonnanstine has been mostly bad, while Jeff Niemann has been up and down. The Rays have David Price and Wade Davis waiting in the wings to join the rotation. Will Niemann and Sonnanstine be in the rotation at the end of the year?2 AnswersBaseball1 decade ago
David Ortiz/Red Sox
Josh Beckett/Red Sox
Nick Swisher5 AnswersBaseball1 decade ago
I think Zobrist needs to get more playing time somehow. Gabe Gross and Gabe Kapler are not getting the job done right now. Zobrist has good speed, good power, and is solid defensively. My recommendation is for him to play RF most of the time and then he still backup Jason Bartlett when Bartlett needs a day off. What do you guys think?5 AnswersBaseball1 decade ago
This is just for fun! Barring any major injuries, give me an estimate as to how well these pitchers will do for their careers...
Zach Greinke/KC Royals 37 wins/ 23 years old
Roy Halladay/Toronto Blue Jays 134 wins/almost 32 years old
Felix Hernandez/Seattle Mariners 41 wins/23 years old
Josh Beckett/Boston Red Sox 91 wins/almost 29 years old
Mark Buerhle/Chicago White Sox 124 wins/30 years old
Jair Jurrjens/Atlanta Braves 18 wins/23 years old
Johan Santana/New York Mets 111 wins/30 years old
Chad Billingsley/Los Angeles Dodgers 38 wins/24 years old3 AnswersBaseball1 decade ago
Rank them 1-10
Manny Ramirez, Fransisco Rodriguez, Pat Burrell, C.C. Sabathia, A.J. Burnett, Mark Texeira, Edgar Renteria, Raul Ibanez, Kerry Wood, Adam Dunn9 AnswersBaseball1 decade ago
After a disappointing 2008 season where he hit only 31 homers, Pena looks to be getting back to his 2007 form when he hit 46 homers. Because Pena is a streaky hitter, I give him a shot at 40 homers again. I'm not ready to say he will hit 50. I hope I am wrong.10 AnswersBaseball1 decade ago
My top 5 in no particular order are:
Jair Jurrjens-ATL6 AnswersBaseball1 decade ago
The reason for my question is what is going on in Tampa Bay......Scott Kazmir is coming back from the DL this week. I am not arguing that. What I get disgusted with is that they are thinking about sending Andy Sonnanstine to the minors or the bullpen because he still has options. Besides James Shields, Sonnanstine has been the Rays hottest pitcher. If Garza struggles today, they need to send him to the minors to get him better. What do you think about the topic of player options?