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Date Posted: 18:54:54 04/19/00 Wed
Author: JPadre
Subject: Re: baseball question
In reply to: cyc 's message, "baseball question" on 09:00:03 04/19/00 Wed

I'm surprised at the Angels, in particular the good managing of Mike Scioscia, and the pitching of young lefty Scott Schoeneweis. I saw his ass get hammered in Spring Training, and he was shaky as a middle reliever last year, but he's now a starter, and he's 3-0 with a 2.35 ERA, against good hitting teams like NYY and Toronto. As for my team, I'm pleasantly surprised by Damian Jackson at SS. Everyone knew he was a speed demon, leading all rookies in steals last year, but he's fixed his approach at the plate and is hitting to all fields, and he's worked on his fielding, to the point that he's getting to balls that normally only Vizquel or Ordonez would get too. As for the Marlins, I saw this coming right after they unloaded their whole team, because the prospects they got back were amazing. In 2-3 years they may have the best rotation in baseball, and my pick for rookie of the year before the season started was Brad Penny (close race with Peter Bergeron of Montreal). Nothing's surprised me as far as the disappointing teams, other than Toronto's pitching sucks ass, and they were supposed to be so good.

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