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Saturday, May 21, 2005


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In the course of a season, players always appear to be over/underachieving for periods. And of course entire seasons can register at the top and bottom of a player's natural productivity curve. SF knows this. The Sox deserve plenty of credit for where they are: Theo's done a good job of insulating them against those ups and downs. But the Sox big concerns have to be Wells and Schilling. They went into the season knowing these guys were high risk. Covering for them on the long term is going to be a major challenge.

Arroyo's good start actually belies a decreasing k-rate from last year. But he's getting the job done and pitching out of jams. The team's start just speaks to the depth of the team and also luck.

Wells is going to have a nightmarish season in Boston. By year's end he will be a hated figure in New England.

Who says we should wait until the end of the season? I started my smear campaign when they signed him. One, of a very few, mistakes made by Brian Cashman's idol- of course I mean Theo.

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