Strategy for pitching?

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Strategy for pitching?

Postby mckinzie74 » Thu May 23, 2019 11:19 am

Grey do you think getting a good ERA/WHIP early then trading pitching for hitting is a decent strategy?

Might set me up for streaming later more that way I do not get destroyed!

Right now I am at 3.36 ERA (2nd) and 1.12 WHIP (2nd) along with 455 K's (4th) and 27 wins (3rd)

I really need hitting but thinking of riding these guys a little longer

....or go ahead and deal one or two now?

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Re: Strategy for pitching?

Postby Grey » Fri May 24, 2019 9:02 am

Trade some pitching now before your hole is too deep on hitting, I can't believe you have Logan Forsythe as your 1B, that's not real, right?
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