Tom S asked in SportsBaseball · 1 decade ago

Rate the Mets rotation?

Pedro went down. But we still have Santana, Maine, and Perez. Rate the 3 of them along with Pelfry, El duqe and Pedro for when he gets back. Do you think the Mets will need help?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Here's their rotation:

    1. Santana

    2. Maine

    3. Perez

    4. El Duque

    5. Pelfrey

    The first two pitchers are good, the rest is trash. I've been voicing the weaknesses in the Met's rotation and bullpen ever since they picked up Santana. El Duque wasn't good enough to make the rotation, now they're forced to use him along with Pelfrey. This is what the Met's rotation will look like because you can't count on Pedro to stay healthy.

  • 4 years ago

    there is not any doubt that the Mets trading Scott Kazmir to Tampa Bay became the more severe of both. Victor Zambrano did truly no longer something as a Met. He went 7-12 in 2005, and had an effortless record of 10-15 with the crew between 2004 and 2006. He became injured for many of the 2006 season. Kazmir is now a real pitcher contained in the league, and that i guess Minaya is regretting the commerce - a minimum of, he could be.

  • 1 decade ago

    1. Santana 10

    2. Maine 8

    3. Perez 8

    4. El Duque 6 when healthy could be a 8

    5. Pelfrey 6

    a good enough rotaion to make it into the playoffs...they just need some run support, theyll be fine with out martinez...

  • 1 decade ago

    I don't think the Mets need much help, but the Pedro injury will definitely be a big blow to their rotation. I'd pay attention to the rotation after they all pitch one game to get a good feel.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Johan : 9.5 , Almost Perfect

    Perez: 8.5, he has to learn to control his bad games, if he had a good day nobody will stop him.

    Maine: 8.8

    He is young, and h has more potential that anybody put too much atention on him, but he will be very important this season for the mets.

  • 1 decade ago

    they rank somewhere in the middle, not terrible, but not good

    if they really think they can compete for the division or they think they can make the playoffs, they better find a way to bring in more pitching, especially the bullpen

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Anyone can be a great pitcher in the nl You only have to face eight hitters.

  • 1 decade ago

    If everybody is healthy this is one hell of a rotation.

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