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Friday, April 27, 2001

CNNSI.com - Inside Game - Mike Berardino - Inside Baseball - CNNSI.com’s Mike Berardino: Neagle proving critics wrong - Thursday April 26, 200

Count me among those who thought the Neagle signing would be a disaster for Colorado. Good for him. I hope he can keep it up.

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   1. Colin Posted: April 27, 2001 at 09:02 PM (#67361)
Seems like much the same arguments about Neagle were made when teh Rockies first acquired Gabe White. I wonder if rockies management had a hypothesis about this? Maybe if you're already extreme in the flyball department, the pitches that were being hit just right to send fly balls are now getting hit just off-right to send balls more into the pop-fly area than into the long-fly area *shrug* Good for neagle if he can pullit all off.
   2. Colin Posted: April 27, 2001 at 09:02 PM (#68147)
Seems like much the same arguments about Neagle were made when teh Rockies first acquired Gabe White. I wonder if rockies management had a hypothesis about this? Maybe if you're already extreme in the flyball department, the pitches that were being hit just right to send fly balls are now getting hit just off-right to send balls more into the pop-fly area than into the long-fly area *shrug* Good for neagle if he can pullit all off.
   3. Colin Posted: April 27, 2001 at 09:02 PM (#68421)
Seems like much the same arguments about Neagle were made when teh Rockies first acquired Gabe White. I wonder if rockies management had a hypothesis about this? Maybe if you're already extreme in the flyball department, the pitches that were being hit just right to send fly balls are now getting hit just off-right to send balls more into the pop-fly area than into the long-fly area *shrug* Good for neagle if he can pullit all off.

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