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Up at THT: The 10 greatest All Star Games ever. Because it's that time of the year.
After last year's disaster, the front half of the Rockies' rotation has to be one of the most welcome surprises of the season. Jhoulys Chacin (127 ERA+ in 18 starts), Jorge de la Rosa (139 in 19 starts) and Tyler Chatwood (175 in 12 starts) have all been terrific.
But they've almost completely negated that with the back half of the rotation: Jon Garland (77 ERA+ in 12 starts, released), Jeff Francis (68 in 11 starts, sent to AAA), Roy Oswalt (59 in four starts, mercifully DLed) and Drew Pomeranz (52 in three starts, sent back to AAA). Those four guys combined have made 30 starts, and have gone 6-18 with a 6.54 ERA.
A Carpenter single
Bonilla stands as the sixth highest-paid Met, at about $1.5 million this year while Saberhagen ranks as about the 13th highest-paid Met.
Wayne Garland, who had won 20 the year before and was on his way to a (pretty good) 282-inning, 19-loss season this year.
Bruce Kison (solid pitcher having a bad year)
plus 5-1 in the postseason.
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