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  • Phil Hughes- Yankees

    5 11.11%
  • Clay Buchholz- Red Sox

    5 11.11%
  • Ricky Romero- Blue Jays

    7 15.56%
  • David Price- Rays

    28 62.22%
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  1. #1
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    Best young starter in the AL East

    Phil Hughes- Yankees- Age 23

    Code:
    SPLITS	G	GS	CG	SHO	IP	H	R	ER	HR	BB	SO	W	L	P/GS	WHIP	BAA	ERA
    Season	10	10	0	0	63.2	47	18	18	4	20	64	7	1	94.9	1.05	.203	2.54
    Proj	31	31	0	0	193	144	55	55	12	61	196	21	3	94.9	1.05	.203	2.54

    Clay Buchholz- Red Sox- Age 25

    Code:
    SPLITS	G	GS	CG	SHO	IP	H	R	ER	HR	BB	SO	W	L	P/GS	WHIP	BAA	ERA
    Season	10	10	0	0	62.2	58	25	19	3	28	47	7	3	106.6	1.37	.250	2.73
    Proj	31	31	0	0	190	177	76	58	9	86	144	21	9	106.6	1.37	.250	2.73

    Ricky Romero- Blue Jays- Age 25

    Code:
    SPLITS	G	GS	CG	SHO	IP	H	R	ER	HR	BB	SO	W	L	P/GS	WHIP	BAA	ERA
    Season	11	11	2	1	77.1	64	27	27	3	29	79	5	2	104.7	1.20	.230	3.14
    Proj	33	33	6	3	231	192	81	81	9	87	237	15	6	104.7	1.20	.230	3.14

    David Price- Rays- Age 24

    Code:
    SPLITS	G	GS	CG	SHO	IP	H	R	ER	HR	BB	SO	W	L	P/GS	WHIP	BAA	ERA
    Season	11	11	1	1	74.2	58	24	19	6	27	53	8	2	96.0	1.14	.215	2.29
    Proj	33	33	3	3	222	174	72	57	18	81	159	24	6	96.0	1.14	.215	2.29
    Yankees - Jets - Rockets

  2. #2
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    David Price on that list, but for the future i would go with Brett Cecil over Price (no homer)

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    4 Good Pitchers there, here's how I'd rank them:

    1) Price
    2) Bucholz
    3) Hughes
    4) Romero
    With the deepest of regrets I am announcing that I will be leaving Pro Sports Daily. No reason in particular but wanted to thank everyone for a great 6 years here. Lots of great discussion and good poll series as well. Also fun re-drafts. Best of luck to you all in the future.

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    I'd say Romero, although I don't think it will be long before he is surpassed by Price.

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    Jon Lester please

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    Yea jon Lester is the best young pitcher in the AL east, unless 26 is old
    Jackie Bradley Junior.... that is all

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    I think he didn't include him because he's more proven and then this wouldn't be a discussion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by todu82 View Post
    4 Good Pitchers there, here's how I'd rank them:

    1) Price
    2) Bucholz
    3) Hughes
    4) Romero
    This.


    "It's not enough that I succeed, others should fail."

  9. #9
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    Ya its absolutely Jon Lester, its probably a Rays fan wanting to show the have better "young" pitchers.

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    Really can't tell. Its kind of annoying that the Sox drafted 2 of these guys and only have 1 (They failed to sign Romero)
    Last edited by papipapsmanny; 06-03-2010 at 05:46 PM.
    Jackie Bradley Junior.... that is all

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    Price is at the top of the list, but I will echo the sentiments of "Where is Jon Lester?".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gigantes4Life View Post
    I think he didn't include him because he's more proven and then this wouldn't be a discussion.
    Bingo!!
    Yankees - Jets - Rockets

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    I'm a bit curious, how can David Price be above Romero? If we're looking at performance only, none of these guys have matched Romero's production. Price has accumulated 3 WAR in his career so far while Romero stood at 2.7 last year and will easily surpass that this season.

    I understand Price's potential, but he really hasn't been "better" than Romero.

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    My boy David Price for sure! But their all gonna be good.
    Keep CC in Tampa!!


    Tampa Sports For Life

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    David Price... and he he's yet to reach his full potential. I think his ceiling is higher than all the other pitchers mentioned.

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