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View Poll Results: Are the Red Sox the worst team in the AL East???

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  • Yes

    88 88.00%
  • No

    12 12.00%
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  1. #121
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    Quote Originally Posted by bagwell368 View Post
    Reyes and Buehrle are both past their prime - obviously.
    He prob meant Josh Johnson, who is in his prime. Reyes is just out of his Prime I agree.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xxplayerxx23 View Post
    He prob meant Josh Johnson, who is in his prime. Reyes is just out of his Prime I agree.
    JJ hasn't been the same amazing pitcher that he was in 2009,2010. He was decent this year, but still not as good.

    Besides the AL East is a notorious murderers row for pitchers. Bill James has good predictions for him, but I think that's still in Miami.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halladay View Post
    Picking up all-stars in their prime is a panic move?
    I'm sorry what? If JJ can stay healthy (which is a coin flip) then he's a all-star pitcher, I'll give you that. Reyes All-Star days are behind him, as some have pointed out the turf is going to give Reyes problems (medically). I wouldn't be shocked to see him with a WAR around 2.5-3 this year. As far as Buehrle goes, he's a bull dog inning eater that will give you 200ip. Is he an "All-Star" pitcher? No but he's a solid #2 and a great #3.

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