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Originally posted by jrg:

You forgot Craig.
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
You forgot Craig.

Great sweep. Love that we bounced back from that MIL series strong. Zito doing his thing again. Time to f**k up Az.
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by skeetskeet:
Remember when John wanted Ubaldo Jimenez?! Lol.

Timmy looked dirty again last night. If he can locate like last night... It'll e a good year. I agree with John, I think posey catching him is huge.

Cain will get back on track as will Vogey.

I like this team.

I remember when you wouldnt trade Tim Lincecum for Clayton Kershaw. That I remember. As for Ubaldo... I never said I would trade Lincecum or Cain for him. I just liked him (when most people did) when he was dealing and the AS game starter. Obviously the Indians thought so too as they traded quite a bit to get him.

Ubaldo was throwing every pitch at maximum capacity. It was only a matter of time before he blew his arm out. COL knew it, and dumped him off on the Indians, who didnt do their homework.
[ Edited by Niners99 on Apr 21, 2013 at 11:43 PM ]
Originally posted by Niners99:
Ubaldo was throwing every pitch at maximum capacity. It was only a matter of time before he blew his arm out. COL knew it, and dumped him off on the Indians, who didnt do their homework.

Indians gon india
Great rebound game from teh Lord Zito. Good home win and also great game by Pagan, Posey, and Panda.
LORD ZEEEEEEEEEEEEEETO!

I'm just enjoying the fact that Buster catching Zito and Timmy this past weekend has been good. In the past, everyone was saying how he didn't have connection with Tim/Zeets. Glad that was proven wrong, but then again, it WAS the Padres.
Originally posted by Niners99:
Ubaldo was throwing every pitch at maximum capacity. It was only a matter of time before he blew his arm out. COL knew it, and dumped him off on the Indians, who didnt do their homework.
I don't recall him blowing his arm out.

I do recall bad command and so many moving parts in his mechanics which made it unrepeatable.
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Chad Gaudin has been MONEY
Next 9 games are against AZ and SD. We are 12-7 now, but after those 9 I really think we should be 18-10.

Meanwhile, the rockies have Atlanta and then LA and AZ on the road.

Long story short, we should be in first place by May 1, and probably sooner!
[ Edited by notsoempty86 on Apr 22, 2013 at 8:37 AM ]
Originally posted by Garcia:
Chad Gaudin has been MONEY

I am pretty impressed with him. Nice fastball around 93 with movement, and his off speed pitches move well. He has stuff to make you miss.
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Originally posted by Rubberneck36:
Originally posted by Garcia:
Chad Gaudin has been MONEY

I am pretty impressed with him. Nice fastball around 93 with movement, and his off speed pitches move well. He has stuff to make you miss.

with command.
Originally posted by Niners99:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by skeetskeet:
Remember when John wanted Ubaldo Jimenez?! Lol.

Timmy looked dirty again last night. If he can locate like last night... It'll e a good year. I agree with John, I think posey catching him is huge.

Cain will get back on track as will Vogey.

I like this team.

I remember when you wouldnt trade Tim Lincecum for Clayton Kershaw. That I remember. As for Ubaldo... I never said I would trade Lincecum or Cain for him. I just liked him (when most people did) when he was dealing and the AS game starter. Obviously the Indians thought so too as they traded quite a bit to get him.

Ubaldo was throwing every pitch at maximum capacity. It was only a matter of time before he blew his arm out. COL knew it, and dumped him off on the Indians, who didnt do their homework.

I just think its funny that a guy who wouldnt have traded Lincecum even last year for Kershaw calls me out on Ubaldo. Like I said, I made that comment in his AS year when he was the most dominant pitcher in the league pitching in Colorado. Colorado didnt dump him until he struggled with is command. Had nothing to do with his arm blowing out.
Originally posted by SFrush:
Originally posted by Niners99:
Ubaldo was throwing every pitch at maximum capacity. It was only a matter of time before he blew his arm out. COL knew it, and dumped him off on the Indians, who didnt do their homework.
I don't recall him blowing his arm out.

I do recall bad command and so many moving parts in his mechanics which made it unrepeatable.

You are correct and have a better memory than 99 does on this subject obviously.
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