Matsuzaka to Remain in Rotation

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    Matsuzaka to Remain in Rotation

    They found a mechanical flaw in his stretch that they said will solve the issues DiceK has been having as of late, and therefore he remains in the rotation.

    What a joke!

    What is the point?

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
     
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    I don't think Bobby had any choice.  Who else will they call up?
     
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    Valentine needs to put a pound of Wasabi into Dice-K's mouth so that he wakes up from his slump.  
     
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    Re: Matsuzaka to Remain in Rotation

    In response to Ice-Cream's comment:



    Valentine needs to put a pound of Wasabi into Dice-K's mouth so that he wakes up from his slump.  



    Is that the spicy pistachio ice cream like Mater likes?  Yeah.  That'll work!
     
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    The owners need to mandate that Matsuzaka has to stay in the rotation for the rest of the season in order to help get the team a better draft pick in each round next June.
     
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    In response to charliedarling's comment:

    The owners need to mandate that Matsuzaka has to stay in the rotation for the rest of the season in order to help get the team a better draft pick in each round next June.



    What they should do is give Tazawa a couple of starts.
     
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    Re: Matsuzaka to Remain in Rotation

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    In response to charliedarling's comment:

    The owners need to mandate that Matsuzaka has to stay in the rotation for the rest of the season in order to help get the team a better draft pick in each round next June.



    What they should do is give Tazawa a couple of starts.

     

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    I second - four good pitches, and a mid-90s fastball.  We're not going to find an ace on the open market - we need to give guys like Tazawa, Mortensen and Aceves a shot at starting. I'd also like to see Steven Wright have a shot - impressive numbers since discovering his knuckle-ball.  Could be the next RA Dickey.

     

     
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    More examples of ownership doing what's best for the player, in this case helping Dice-K build up his rep for a FA signing this winter, instead of what is best for the team: starting Taz or Mortensen.

     
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    Re: Matsuzaka to Remain in Rotation

    Cook needs to be taken out of the rotation--another reason to part co. with V.

     

    Starting DiceK is ridiculous. Put together a bullpen night--each get an inning--if it gets out of hand let Dice mop up.

     

    What good does it do to have him start--it's demoralizing for his teammates.

     
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    Re: Matsuzaka to Remain in Rotation

    In response to slomag's comment:
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    In response to ThefourBs' comment:
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    In response to charliedarling's comment:

    The owners need to mandate that Matsuzaka has to stay in the rotation for the rest of the season in order to help get the team a better draft pick in each round next June.



    What they should do is give Tazawa a couple of starts.

     

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    I second - four good pitches, and a mid-90s fastball.  We're not going to find an ace on the open market - we need to give guys like Tazawa, Mortensen and Aceves a shot at starting. I'd also like to see Steven Wright have a shot - impressive numbers since discovering his knuckle-ball.  Could be the next RA Dickey.

     

     

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    Aceves blew any shot at starting last night.  He'll be lucky if he pitches again this year in any capacity.  If I were the manager, he wouldn't; guys with sore arms would be lobbing them in underhanded before Aceves sees the mound.

     
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    Re: Matsuzaka to Remain in Rotation

    Discouraging to read the thread.

    The  guy says the right things about the Sox. He wants to play here, etc.   I believe he will make a comeback in another two years when he gets the right pitching coach and manager. There is just too much negativity surrounding him in Boston--he will have a decent game then threee stinkers. Boras should look for a new start for him.

    I wish they would give others a shot at starting--perhaps Wright, perhaps another shot for Stewart before the season ends--both guys pitched the last two nights for the PawSox---so one would be ready to take Cooks next start; Stewart's on the 40 so that wouldn't be a problem. I suppose they could move Ortiz from the 15 to the 60 DL and put Wright on the 40.

    The PawSox playoffs will be over by Sunday at the latest.

     
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    Re: Matsuzaka to Remain in Rotation

    Maybe you want Beckett back?

     
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    Re: Matsuzaka to Remain in Rotation

    I needed to bring this back up to the top of the threads. This staff must be made of stooges. They kept him in the rotation because they found a mechanical flaw that was fixed. HA.

    This guys stinks and he should never pitch another game. Period. 60+ pitches in 3 innings.

    He's awful!

     

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