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  1. Don
    Don July 31, 2010 at 3:25 pm |

    Why not simply let him start two more times and shut him down for the year. Why change his off day set up program? It is doing small things such as these that have the greater chance of blowing someones arm. They think with 6-7 days rest that the arm is great and start to over throw at times.

    I have seen this in my minor league days and I ripped my groin by doing a similar fashion years ago.

    BTW: Seeing the landscape of trades, I would rather hold on to Ty Wigington than picking up some fringe C- prospect that seems to be the norm. I think the Tejada trade was one of the better scoops this time around. Unless they can grab similar pacakges or players, it makes no sense to trade.

    1. Jordan
      Jordan July 31, 2010 at 4:38 pm |

      I’ll agree with that. Maybe it’s not the best way to handle Berry but at least we are keeping his arm safe.

      I think we could have added more than a C- prospect for Wigginton. Maybe a C+ prospect with some potential.