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Old 11-13-2012, 01:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Better Pitcher in 5 years

Out of Matt Moore, Matt Harvey, Trevor Bauer, Shelby Miller and Tyler Skaggs who do you think will be the best of the bunch in 5 years? And why..
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Matt Moore.
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Trevor Bauer
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Matt Harvey.

(need someone to say Tyler Skaggs or Shelby Miller now)
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Miller....
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Old 11-13-2012, 02:12 PM   #7 (permalink)
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I would say matt moore just based on everything ive seen from him this year he started off very rocky but i think he started to really find his groove toward the end of the year. Still managed to strike out a good amount of batters hopefully he can get his walks down. but id like to see why you guys think others are better
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and whyyyyyyyyyyyyy?
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I would say Matt Moore because of his progress this year. The others might be too early to tell exactly without being in the MLB for a year
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I didn't get to see much of the other pitchers besides Harvey. I saw all of his starts (2 of them live) and was extremely impressed. I'm a completely biased Mets fan, but still, he has really great stuff and has the potential to be a top of the rotation guy real soon.
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I would say moore will have the most chance to succeed but if bauer figures out mlb he will be the most dominant like lincy was in his good yrs
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moore by far, he throws the hardest out of all those guys and he is a lefty. His second half last year was great, by the numbers. Moore is a future cy winner in my mind. He DOMINATED the minors and will one day dominate the majors
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moore by far, he throws the hardest out of all those guys and he is a lefty. His second half last year was great, by the numbers. Moore is a future cy winner in my mind. He DOMINATED the minors and will one day dominate the majors
Agreed what do you guys think of miller? He had a decent showing with the cardinals and put up great minor league numbers before last year i personally havent gotten to seen him pitch
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Matt Moore....David Price 2.0
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Moore. Just has a better repotoire
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Trick Question,
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hhmmm.... I am going to give a slight edge to Matt Moore with Bauer being a close second.
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Skaggs. The rest aren't even close.
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Miller could be a bust or really good depending on if he can locate the FB consistently, Matt Harvey should easily be a #2 w/ potential for more. Matt Moore has a ridiculous ceiling and also a very high floor being a ++ power lefty. I have never really followed Skaggs though not sure on him. My expectation is that Archie Bradley will be better than the lot of them when he puts it all together.
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Matt Moore. Because I have some nice cards of him.
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