Re: The Pedro Risk Factor
- From: McDuck <wallymcduckDELETEME@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 26 Feb 2006 12:41:48 -0500
On Sat, 25 Feb 2006 03:32:59 -0500, "QuiGon" <QuiGon@xxxxxxxxxx>
As for Nomar, well, we don't know if he'd been hurt if he played for
the RS in 2005. If healthy, he'd have been a significant upgrade on
Edgar. If hurt, well, then he would not have played. As for 2004, I
don't think the replacement of Nomar with Cabrera made a lot of
difference, assuming Nomar was healthy enough to play. As I said at
the time of the trade, getting Cabrera reduced the risk of not making
the playoffs and also reduced the chances of winning the WS (because a
healthy Nomar had a bigger upside than Cabrera).
Here we go again.... Don't make me recycle my "some people think this is
just a coincidence" sig...
I suggest, if you are looking for non-conincidences, that you look at
Millar's numbers before and after the Nomar trade. Now, if you think
the trade affected Millar's numbers and have some reason for that
belief, then we have something to discuss. <g>
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