Matt P wrote:5.1ip 5h 0er 0bb 8k 95pitches
5 groundouts to 2 flyouts
Would like to see him at least go 6 innings but still another good start.
TuckerBlair89 wrote:He's only 24 in reality. If he was never rushed to the majors, I doubt we'd be having the conversation of him being moved to pen. I think they should let him work out of the rotation for the foreseeable future. Once you move him to the pen it's much tougher bringing him back to the rotation if needed.
ofahn wrote:One of the few times we made the right decision with a pitcher about Tillman's age was David Hernandez. Their minor league progression tracks and stats look about the same but it was clear that he wasn't going to be a successful ML SP at that point in his career, and maybe never. We was; however, a very successful reliever and I wish we still had him.
Matt P wrote:Yeah, let's give up on a 24 year old who is Rick Peterson's favorite pitcher in the organization because he didn't do good in previous stints in the majors ... oh man ofahn you always bring the jokes. Of course he would be a good relief pitcher but why would one ever even consider turning him into a reliever at this point unless one was trolling?
Roch said today that Tillman is drawing significant interest from other teams and his fast ball command is much better ... sure sounds like someone they should stick in the pen.
Matt P wrote:Is that the best you could come up with?
At least when you said that a 3.71 FIP, 3.76xFIP, and 3.9WAR from a starting pitcher were horrible and that you would rather have Michael Jackson than Edwin Jackson everyone could at least laugh at you. Now, you're just embarrasing yourself.
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