quote:I try! but, seriously, he's [Eades] had 3 less-than-stellar outings this year, and only one of those has come in the last month. He'll be fine.
Worst 7500th post I've read today.
why are people worried about Eades?
Eades is a red as a lobster when it's 50 degrees outside. I think his temp runs higher than the average individual. This would explain why his production drops off late in the season when its hot as balls. Of course, I am pulling this out of my ass, but it seems logical. If he gets drafted by a team that plays in a dome, I may have something.
That's actually a valid argument. I think the heat tires him out. Anyone who says they're not worried about Eades is overly optimistic. He has NOT been the same since Arkansas, and he struggles mightily in the 1st and 2nd innings.