Bullpen Notes: June 3, 2018: Is Giles In Trouble?, Hand/Allen Struggle, Who Gets Next Opp In Toronto & More

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10 comments

  1. Bennies Express says:

    Hey Prof,

    You view that as Alvardo getting the save opp? I was watching the game bc I have Snell, and when I saw them bring him in the 8th I was fuming thinking they were using him in a setup role. You think they were setting him up for the 6 out save?

    • Rotoprofessor says:

      It’s possible, but it’s impossible to figure out what they are thinking and how they will deploy their pitchers at this point

  2. Frederic Kass says:

    Best trade target: Giles, Devenski or F Vasquez?

  3. Mitch says:

    Who do you like better Knebel or Vazquez?

  4. NK says:

    I’ve been offered Wood for my Vazquez, I don’t trust either option so i’m almost happier with the devil i know whether than the devil I don’t. What do you think?

  5. Vinny says:

    Do you think it will be this way most of the year, where it’s Giles gig and he gets the bulk but he has a few blowups and other guys (Devenski, Peacock, Harris) also see some spots and are constant threats?

    Or do you think Giles will eventually figure it out and go on a run of dominance we haven’t seen since he was on the Phillies, coincidentally the type of run that made Houston trade for him in the first place.

    • Rotoprofessor says:

      At this point I’d expect this to be the way things go (though it also wouldn’t surprise me if the team ultimately makes a splash and goes out and acquires a more trustworthy option)

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