Friday, March 23, 2007

There Are Other Teams?

Somehow, the good folks at Baseball Analysts confused my email with that of someone who knows what the hell they're talking about and asked me to participate in their two on two divisional preview series.

So if you've been wondering what I think of Moises Alou, the Phillies bullpen or Wes Helms' slugging percentage, there's your chance.

Needless to say, the other guys don't like the Nats' chances!
[T]his pitching staff might be worse than the Tigers in 2003, the Reds in 2004, or the Devil Rays and Royals in 2005 - four of the worst in the post-expansion era on a park-adjusted basis. The Nats are a lock to give up more than 900 runs and could conceivably allow 1,000 or more. Let's not kid ourselves here.

The Nats gave up 872 runs. Are they a lock for 900? Buck sez they don't come within a sniff of 1,000 allowed. (Of course, if they do, chances are I won't be around for you to collect!)


  • Ha Ha you mentioned the banned Mil Geche in your interview and in a mocking way to boot!!!!!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3/23/2007 12:37 PM  

  • Nice job, Chris. Sounded like you were (gasp!) channeling Boswell in your analysis of last year's pitching with this year's prospects though!

    By Blogger Bill, at 3/23/2007 2:13 PM  

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