Mussina and Santana are pitching today...

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Post by Spartans Rule »

Johan's got his groove back:

1 H, 0 BB, 5 K last 2 innings.

Edit to add: This should give me enough false hope to start him for his next shelling.
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Post by Bloody Nipples »

Looks like Santana may be on the verge of turning it around. Just like Mussina, he has 7 Ks and only one walk today. Hopefully this means that good things are to come for both pitchers.
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Post by bibsybob »

mussina might not get the loss if the yankees keep gettin lucky with bullsh*t groundballs taht find holes and cheap infield hits.
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Post by kcs261 »

If these two could come out and pitch well early, they'd be fine. But they keep digging early holes that they can't get out of. Santana 8 Ks to 2 BBs, while Moose had 7 Ks to 1 BB. That's pretty impressive. But they need to do a better job getting loose early on.
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Post by Zito is God »

warrick95 wrote:I took him in the 7th in my roto league, which is actually just about where he's been going.

His stuff just doesn't look overpowering...seems like he's throwing way too many changeups.

7th round, or 7th overall pick? Overall is pretty high, 7th round is an amazing pick.
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Post by shortround_phat2008 »

why does Mussina get so much credit for being a good pitcher, but he really isn't all that good
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