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4 minutes ago, True Grich said:

Brad Ausmus... "This is a performance based game."

I guess Brad never stated if it was A GOOD OR BAD PERFORMANCE BASED GAME.

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26 minutes ago, True Grich said:

Brad Ausmus... "This is a performance based game."

We get it.

Who replaces him when everyone else's performance is jack shit?

Current Rotation:

Matt Harvey - 6.69 ERA 1.413 WHIP

Trevor Cahill - 6.95 ERA 1.39 WHIP

Tyler Skaggs - 5.05 ERA 1.402 WHIP

Griffin Canning - 5.65 ERA 1.326 WHIP

Felix Pena - 3.49 ERA 0.957 WHIP

Released:

Chris Stratton - 8.59 ERA 2.080 WHIP

In AAA:

Dillon Peters - 5.04 ERA 1.400 WHIP

Forrest Snow - 6.67 ERA 1.800 WHIP

Jaime Barria - 7.11 ERA 1.632 WHIP

Alex Klonowski - 8.84 ERA 2.236 WHIP

Greg Mahle - 12.86 ERA 2.284 WHIP

Nick Tropeano - 8.83 ERA 1.846 WHIP

Parker Bridwell - 10.90 ERA 2.077 WHIP

Who, based on performance, deserves the next shot?

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2 minutes ago, mulwin444 said:

We get it.

Who replaces him when everyone else's performance is jack shit?

Current Rotation:

Matt Harvey - 6.69 ERA 1.413 WHIP

Trevor Cahill - 6.95 ERA 1.39 WHIP

Tyler Skaggs - 5.05 ERA 1.402 WHIP

Griffin Canning - 5.65 ERA 1.326 WHIP

Felix Pena - 3.49 ERA 0.957 WHIP

Released:

Chris Stratton - 8.59 ERA 2.080 WHIP

In AAA:

Dillon Peters - 5.04 ERA 1.400 WHIP

Forrest Snow - 6.67 ERA 1.800 WHIP

Jaime Barria - 7.11 ERA 1.632 WHIP

Alex Klonowski - 8.84 ERA 2.236 WHIP

Greg Mahle - 12.86 ERA 2.284 WHIP

Nick Tropeano - 8.83 ERA 1.846 WHIP

Parker Bridwell - 10.90 ERA 2.077 WHIP

Who, based on performance, deserves the next shot?

My God.  That is stunning.  And by stunning, I mean completely dogshit.  Wow

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11 minutes ago, mulwin444 said:

We get it.

Who replaces him when everyone else's performance is jack shit?

Current Rotation:

Matt Harvey - 6.69 ERA 1.413 WHIP

Trevor Cahill - 6.95 ERA 1.39 WHIP

Tyler Skaggs - 5.05 ERA 1.402 WHIP

Griffin Canning - 5.65 ERA 1.326 WHIP

Felix Pena - 3.49 ERA 0.957 WHIP

Released:

Chris Stratton - 8.59 ERA 2.080 WHIP

In AAA:

Dillon Peters - 5.04 ERA 1.400 WHIP

Forrest Snow - 6.67 ERA 1.800 WHIP

Jaime Barria - 7.11 ERA 1.632 WHIP

Alex Klonowski - 8.84 ERA 2.236 WHIP

Greg Mahle - 12.86 ERA 2.284 WHIP

Nick Tropeano - 8.83 ERA 1.846 WHIP

Parker Bridwell - 10.90 ERA 2.077 WHIP

Who, based on performance, deserves the next shot?

The guy you conveniently left out, Jose Suarez 

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Posted (edited)

@mulwin444 my comments come out of frustration are my attempt to make light of that frustration.  The whole "performance based game" thing is now funny to me.  The last time Harvey pitched - Ausmus took him out right after his best inning (was that a performance based decision?). I have no idea what he's actually basing his decision on and therefore, I make light of the ones I don't understand - like last night's decision to pinch hit for Fletcher.

Also - I apologized in advance in one of the threads for the likelihood of me using "performance based game" in all my posts going forward.  In other words - you can't take everything I post seriously. 

ours ago, True Grich said:

I will apologize in advance for probably using the phrase "performance based game" in every post I make moving forward.

 

Edited by True Grich

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11 minutes ago, mymerlincat said:

The guy you conveniently left out, Jose Suarez 

I also "conveniently" left off Patrick Sandoval as they both only have 2 appearances at AAA.

Also, those starts by Suarez are his only starts this year so it's likely that they are not going to rush him to the MLB until they are sure he's ready.  Not only that, but they will likely limit his innings since he's a rookie so except a lot of 4-5 inning starts.

Maybe it's enough as Canning only got 3 starts but he's been knocked around as well since being promoted.

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30 minutes ago, mulwin444 said:

I also "conveniently" left off Patrick Sandoval as they both only have 2 appearances at AAA.

Suarez spent half of his year in Salt Lake last year...

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I think it’s time to skip Cahill for a start or two, either by pen or 10-day, and throw *anyone* on the 40-man up for a change. Barria, Peters, Suarez...

Something’s not right with Cahill, mechanically or healthy-wise. He shouldn’t be this bad, he shouldn’t be surrendering HRs at this rate. It’s unlike him even with regression factored in. 

I vote Barria. He doesn’t seem to be doing well with the back and forth or opener. Get him up here for two starts and see how he responds. By time Cahill is due back (maybe Heaney too?) they can look at Canning, Barria, Pena, and Harvey and decide what to do then.

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41 minutes ago, HaloNArizona said:

Cahill will be here until Heaney is ready to go.

Harvey until ASB, with us out of the race, Suarez will be called up.

I think he goes to the pen....too much money and he’s had some success in the pen before...

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