Originally Posted by Swingman
I realize what your saying and you have a valid point, I am just basing my opinion and the opinion a lot of guys involved in professional baseball have. Do it on a consistent basis, don't give me one fluke season and then fade away. Dickey is a tremendous story this year but truth is its not likely to happen again and he has never proven anything. That knuckleball is a a gimmick lol
I hear ya, I happen to like Gio a lot (and not just because I found out you're related to him, which is very cool, BTW) and I'd pick him to anchor my rotation in the long-term over Cueto, Dickey, and even Hamels and Cain to some degree. But from April 2012 to September 2012, Cueto and Dickey have shown they're just a little better. It's really a two-man race right now with Kershaw nipping at their heels. After Clayton, things start to get murky.