Re: Best Perk for Santana
- From: CalC <calcarpenter1@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2008 04:53:27 -0800 (PST)
On Jan 31, 5:53 am, Gary <golfera...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Wed, 30 Jan 2008 19:09:10 -0800 (PST), TomBoston191
On Jan 30, 9:54 pm, McDuck <wallyDELETEMEMcD...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Wed, 30 Jan 2008 20:11:26 -0500, Gary <golfera...@xxxxxxxxxxx>
On Wed, 30 Jan 2008 19:48:20 -0500, Dave Bismo <bi...@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Getting to be Pedro's teammate. If I were a free agent pitcher, my
first choice would be to go to Pedro's team. He's such a cool guy,
and he can teach you so much about pittching. That's some combo--kind
of like Seaver and Clemens on the 1986 Red Sox!
Not sure that there's too much that Santana knows about pitching.
Also, not sure Pedro is such a great teammate of another ace pitcher.
Schilling says otherwise,although I guess you might claim Schilling
was not an ace when Pedro was with the RS.
I assume you mean that there is not a lot Santana has to learn about
pitching. If so, he's in a class of his own. I doubt he'd make that
I think Santana and Pedro will get along just fine.
Schilling was always the problem, not Pedro.
Sure, it's wonderful that Santana didn't end up on the Yankees, but I
don't want to face the Mets in the World Series if those two are
Schilling was the problem because he always deferred to Pedro? I don't
agree. It was Pedro who decided to leave, partly, in my opinion,
because he didn't want to share the spotlight with Curt.- Hide quoted text -
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I think Schilling AND Pedro are alpha personallities. Beckett seems to
be okay with Schilling but Johnson seemingly wasn;t so I guess we'll
see how Santana does with Pedro. I think it's just a personality thing
where if you have a super alpha dog personality you might not like
either of them.
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