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    How do you think he will pitch after that HUGE letdown last year? I for one will be watching the game, just cause I need my baseball fix this year. I think Pedro might still be rattled from last years debacle.....at least I hope so.

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    I'm a Sox fan and I think that Pedro is all done. He has lost too much on his fastball. The Sox should concentrate on re-signing Lowe instead of Pedro.

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    ...plus, forecast says 38 degrees and a chance of flurries. Pedro HATES the cold. He'll last five innings....

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    Wonder if he breaks 85 MPH???


    This year is already starting with a HUGE question mark for your Sawx!!



    I think Kevin Brown passed his first test :)

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    [quote][i]Originally posted by GreenSpleen[/i]@Apr 4 2004, 05:59 PM
    [b] I'm a Sox fan and I think that Pedro is all done. He has lost too much on his fastball. The Sox should concentrate on re-signing Lowe instead of Pedro. [/b][/quote]


    His ERA in spring training was something like 5.58.

    He has also lost some MPH off his gasser.

    Could be a long year for Pedro.

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    It isn't a question of how K. Brown starts, the question is can he actually last a season?

    I'm not worried about Pedro too much. He'll be fine. He lost that sick fastball some time ago. Thing is, once he gets going, his other pitches are sick too.

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    Way to go baseball. Start the season in the U.S. on a Sunday Night on the east coast.

    Is anything not about money anymore.

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    Pedro always seems to rebound from adversity, I wouldn't doubt him too much.

    Just dont expect him to dominate, those days are over.

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    pedro sucks and his days are numbered


    lets go yankees

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    [quote][i]Originally posted by JonEJet[/i]@Apr 4 2004, 04:07 PM
    [b] Wonder if he breaks 85 MPH???
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    I think his fastball is in the 84-87 mile range.

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    Did Johnny Damon audition for The Passion of the Christ or something?

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    Kevin Brown's finger was sliced off! (just kidding- but it may as well be. Because he is injury-prone and when he falls. You yanks will suffer cause you have NO PITCHING DEPTH WHATSOVER- Not to mention you have 0 leftys in your starting rotation)

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    Javy :D

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    Before I say anything: I am not a Yanks fan, or a Sox fan, this opinion is entirely unbiased.

    I really think Pedro is not done. (The second i typed that Javy took Pedro deep, sign?)(Now a base knocked for Gibbons)

    Pedro will have his regular DL stints, and all that jazz, but when he gets into the season he will slowly pitch well again. I don't expect a 2.3 era, but a 2.9 is entirely possible.

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    Pedro really is trying to reach for that velocity, and guess what folks, he doesn't have it!

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    The little biatch is already throwing at people. <_<

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    Not a good way to open up the season, well the YankMes did the same thing. So ehh

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