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Judgement Day for Wilson


martinpa25

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Why should CJ do long relief? How will that be any different than him giving up 5 runs in less than 2 innings when he starts?

 

I'm sure CJ is just as frustrated as we are, and has been working to get his stuff back, but the problem is his fastball has no movement and his offspeed stuff is either down the pipe or way off. I don't think he will leave the rotation if he blows it tommorow. But if he starts giving up runs in the first couple innings I would assume as was last outing, Skip has him on a short leash.

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Thing is, like I said before, who replaces him?

Wolf or LeBlanc....that's about it unless Jerry put in the claim on Cole Hamels.... :rolleyes:

 

Edit: I looked at SLC stats and actually Wolf and LeBlanc have been ok, not great but ok....if CJ keeps it up, they couldn't be much worse....maybe a couple more starts and if he doesn't get it done, nothing to lose if you call Wolf or LeBlanc up.....also getting closer to Sept 1st so we could call both up and sit CJ if he's still struggling...

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Judgement day?  Even if CJ gives up 8 ERs he will still be in the rotation.

 

Judgement day?

 

If CJ gives up 8 ER's, I would consider that a good beginning.

 

Let's hope that CJ does not eunuch-up today.

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Why should CJ do long relief? How will that be any different than him giving up 5 runs in less than 2 innings when he starts?

 

I'm sure CJ is just as frustrated as we are, and has been working to get his stuff back, but the problem is his fastball has no movement and his offspeed stuff is either down the pipe or way off. I don't think he will leave the rotation if he blows it tomorrow. But if he starts giving up runs in the first couple innings I would assume as was last outing, Skip has him on a short leash.

 

I certainly hope so.

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