With all the lamenting, we still only got 4 hits.

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    Re: With all the lamenting, we still only got 4 hits.

    In response to tomnev's comment:

    Rosenthal's stuff is filthy and better than

    baby Pedros. Martinez fastball while mid 90's 

    doesnt seem to have tremendous movement.

    I am betting that now after seeing him one of our

    hitters will get to him in this series. Albeit with a small

    sample size of 28IP, he had a 5 era and a 1.4 Whip 

    in the regular season



    Apples and oranges I think.  The obvious, one is starter and one is closer.  But, comparing fastballs is not a full story.  Yes, Rosenthal's heat blows Pedro's heat away.  Its faster and has wicked movement.  But, I am not sure that Rosenthal even has a secondary pitch.  Pedro had like eight, nine if he ran his hand through his jeri-curl.  I would say a more apt comparison is Rosenthal to a young Papelbon.  And, I would say Rosenthal's closer heat beats Young pepelbon's closer heat.  Same movement and ability to locate, but Trevor seems to have an additional 3-4 mph.

     
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    Re: With all the lamenting, we still only got 4 hits.

    In response to SpacemanEephus' comment:

    In response to tomnev's comment:

    Rosenthal's stuff is filthy and better than

    baby Pedros. Martinez fastball while mid 90's 

    doesnt seem to have tremendous movement.

    I am betting that now after seeing him one of our

    hitters will get to him in this series. Albeit with a small

    sample size of 28IP, he had a 5 era and a 1.4 Whip 

    in the regular season



    Apples and oranges I think.  The obvious, one is starter and one is closer.  But, comparing fastballs is not a full story.  Yes, Rosenthal's heat blows Pedro's heat away.  Its faster and has wicked movement.  But, I am not sure that Rosenthal even has a secondary pitch.  Pedro had like eight, nine if he ran his hand through his jeri-curl.  I would say a more apt comparison is Rosenthal to a young Papelbon.  And, I would say Rosenthal's closer heat beats Young pepelbon's closer heat.  Same movement and ability to locate, but Trevor seems to have an additional 3-4 mph.



    Space

    i was talking about the Cards Martinez... They call him

    Baby Pedro

     
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    Re: With all the lamenting, we still only got 4 hits.

    In response to tomnev's comment:

    In response to SpacemanEephus' comment:

    In response to tomnev's comment:

    Rosenthal's stuff is filthy and better than

    baby Pedros. Martinez fastball while mid 90's 

    doesnt seem to have tremendous movement.

    I am betting that now after seeing him one of our

    hitters will get to him in this series. Albeit with a small

    sample size of 28IP, he had a 5 era and a 1.4 Whip 

    in the regular season



    Apples and oranges I think.  The obvious, one is starter and one is closer.  But, comparing fastballs is not a full story.  Yes, Rosenthal's heat blows Pedro's heat away.  Its faster and has wicked movement.  But, I am not sure that Rosenthal even has a secondary pitch.  Pedro had like eight, nine if he ran his hand through his jeri-curl.  I would say a more apt comparison is Rosenthal to a young Papelbon.  And, I would say Rosenthal's closer heat beats Young pepelbon's closer heat.  Same movement and ability to locate, but Trevor seems to have an additional 3-4 mph.



    Space

    i was talking about the Cards Martinez... They call him

    Baby Pedro



    Oh sorry. I didn't know that.  Duhhhhhh.

    I agree, fully.

     
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