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Yu Darvish stepped down, Peacock stepped up

Posted on 11/2/17 at 8:01 am
Posted by chinhoyang
Member since Jun 2011
23290 posts
Posted on 11/2/17 at 8:01 am
Darvish's two poor pitching performances and Peacock's two key pitching performances made the difference in the series.

Peacock is a badass.

I didn't care for Darvish when he was a Ranger.
Posted by DrSteveBrule
Baton Rouge
Member since Sep 2009
12006 posts
Posted on 11/2/17 at 8:24 am to
Peacock and Morton are the pitching MVPs for this series and it's not even close.

Both asked to come out of their comfort zone. Both delivered.
This post was edited on 11/2/17 at 8:25 am
Posted by Jizzy08
Member since Aug 2008
11214 posts
Posted on 11/2/17 at 8:48 am to
Posted by 3nOut
Central Texas, TX
Member since Jan 2013
28800 posts
Posted on 11/2/17 at 9:04 am to
quote:

I didn't care for Darvish when he was a Ranger.




i didn't hate Darvish as a ranger, but he never quite performed like we had hoped. not a failure, just didn't meet the hype.
Posted by Chad504boy
4 posts
Member since Feb 2005
166082 posts
Posted on 11/2/17 at 9:05 am to
your posts are exhausting.
Posted by HarryCarry
Louisiana
Member since Sep 2017
213 posts
Posted on 11/2/17 at 9:24 am to
How can you not like Yu?? He's done nothing but pitch really well throughout his short MLB career, hasn't given anyone a reason not to care for him.
Posted by Quidam65
Q Continuum
Member since Jun 2010
19307 posts
Posted on 11/2/17 at 9:28 am to
quote:

I didn't care for Darvish when he was a Ranger.


Neither did I. When you're supposedly an "ace" but have fewer complete games than Colby Lewis (???!!!) that's not saying much. But all I got was mocked for the Japanese Fade.

Don't worry. When Jon the Moron brings him back to the Rangers on an overpaid deal the Astros can beat him up some more.
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