Post subject: Re: IGT 7/1/12: Mets at Dodgers (Gee/Kershaw)
Posted: Mon Jul 02, 2012 9:11 am
Legend of NYFS
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You also got a look at the guys in the pen who aren't any good (although Hef looked good tonight).
I'm actually liking Hef in the pen role. Maybe his stuff plays up just enough there for him to survive?
13.3 IP 11H 1BB 7SO 0.9WHIP 2.70ERA 0.579OPS
He could be our Dan Wheeler. The guy who can throw strikes, but didn't miss quite enough bats as a SP.
I think he's Jon Rauch. I don't really see a ton of difference there at all except Rauch leans on the slider more and the curve is an occassional show-me, while Hefner uses his slow curve more and only occassionally his slider.
Throws strikes - best you can really say about both of them. Its not completely un-useful, though.
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