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View Poll Results: How Will The Series Go?

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    Los Angeles Angels (70-73) @ Chicago White Sox (82-61) | 9/14 - 9/16

    Los Angeles Angels (70-73) @ Chicago White Sox (82-61)
    Guaranteed Rate - Chicago, IL. | 9/14 - 9/16





    Tuesday September 14, 2021 @ 7:10pm CT on NBCSN
    Packy Naughton, LHP (0-1, 2.57 ERA) vs. Lucas Giolito, RHP (9-9, 3.69 ERA)



    Wednesday September 15, 2021 @ 7:10pm CT on NBCSN
    Janson Junk, RHP (0-1, 2.45 ERA) vs. Dallas Keuchel, LHP (8-9, 5.33 ERA)



    Thursday September 16, 2021 @ 1:10pm CT on NBCSN
    TBD vs. Reynaldo Lopez, RHP (3-2, 2.05 ERA)
    Last edited by DaSox_05; 09-15-2021 at 09:55 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaSox_05 View Post
    Los Angeles Angels (70-73) @ Chicago White Sox (82-61)
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    So are we going 6 man rotation to give everyone extra days off from here on out?

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    I guess it depends on if anyone is being skipped, but I would not have a problem with it.

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    Really should take 2/3 from these guys
    1985 Bears
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    1981 Sting

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    Yes a six man rotation is what they are going to do.

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    I like the 6 man for our situation. A) It gives our starters extra rest for the real season. B) It keeps our pitching depth active. C) It promotes a healthy competition between Reynaldo and Keuchel for a playoff roster spot...It's all Reynaldo at the moment and would take a small miracle for Keuchel to regain any trust in our coaching staff.

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    Has anyone heard anything about Marshall getting called up? Where does he stand in his rehab? I feel like if he has a shot at cracking the postseason roster, he'd need to be up fairly soon.

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    Tepera on the DL. Just when we are full strength, someone goes down lol. Luckily it's just a finger laceration so nothing serious, and will likely be a minimum trip. Fry gets the call up. At least we can get some innings and a nice look at another pitcher just in case of an injury before the postseason.

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    Jesus, Sheets is murdering the ball!

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    1 back from the Stros. Today worked out well for us. Didn't really use most of our key relievers. We will need those guys these next 2 games. It'd be great to have a week where we flex our muscles every day.

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    I liked the way Fry looked. I think he was pitching pretty well down in the minors, too.

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    Barring any injuries, I really donít see a role for Kuechel in the playoffs. He canít crack the top 4 of the rotation, and he doesnít have the stuff to come out of the pen.
    Iíd rather have an extra pen arm, like Fry and/or Lopez.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sockeye View Post
    Barring any injuries, I really donít see a role for Kuechel in the playoffs. He canít crack the top 4 of the rotation, and he doesnít have the stuff to come out of the pen.
    Iíd rather have an extra pen arm, like Fry and/or Lopez.
    Yeah I agree. His only hope is a starter getting hurt, and even then, who's to say they don't just take Reynaldo and a someone like Fry or Marshall to take Reynaldo's BP role. I really can't see a place for him either. Tony has rewarded production all year, so I'd be shocked to see him make an exception for Keuchel.

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    Assuming weíd have to eat a chunk of his remaining salary, what kind of trade value does Kuechel have left enter info this offseason?

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    Marshall had elbow pain after b2b games. I guess that's why he hasn't pitched lately. Still plans on being back for the playoffs. I get the feeling he won't make it a whole postseason, so if we can get a game or 2 out of him in round 1, that will at least be a contribution. He sounds like he's ready for his arm to explode, but he's willing to go for it with a long offseason ahead. Bold Strategy Cotton, lets see if it pays off lol!

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