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dontwantnohoe
06-28-2017, 07:25 AM
Easily the most dominant pitcher I have ever witnessed in regular season, but when post season rolls around...... Its like he's a totally different pitcher.

What gives?

lsiberian
06-28-2017, 07:32 AM
Easily the most dominant pitcher I have ever witnessed in regular season, but when post season rolls around...... Its like he's a totally different pitcher.

What gives?

You should have seen Pedro

Shortstop36
06-28-2017, 08:00 AM
He could just be shook, however the problem with playoffs is that it also will never be a big enough sample size





You should have seen Pedro




Low IQ post.

erdons
06-28-2017, 11:46 AM
Nope... the problem is he pitches on short rest multiple times per post season since 2013. Dodgers need 3 solid playoff pitchers... seems like we've been at 2 forever...

BuildUpNow
06-28-2017, 12:59 PM
Nope... the problem is he pitches on short rest multiple times per post season since 2013. Dodgers need 3 solid playoff pitchers... seems like we've been at 2 forever...

This.

RAGEagainstHFCS
06-28-2017, 04:30 PM
Doesn't matter this year, Kersh isn't bringing his consistent Koufax like "A" stuff every single game and is still on pace to get yet another Cy Young as well as the most wins in his career.

This is the deepest Dodgers team I've ever seen and they're about as well managed as any non Tommy Lasorda run club in team history!

Roberts just knows which buttons to push and when to push em!

This team (as of right now at least) could trot out Maeda/Ryu/Hill and McCarthy in a best of 7 and beat anyone in the league.

Never mind starting Clayton Kershaw and Alex Wood (their 1and2)!

Bad news for the rest of the league boyos.

The Dodgers don't need Clayton Kershaw to be Cy freaking Young anymore to win it all.

And if he does, and probably will because the pressure is lesser, with all that talent on the field, look the f+ck out!

SoutheastBeast1
06-29-2017, 09:19 AM
Nope... the problem is he pitches on short rest multiple times per post season since 2013. Dodgers need 3 solid playoff pitchers... seems like we've been at 2 forever...


This.

lol no


2013 Short Rest: 6.0 IP 0 ER
2013 Regular Rest: 17 IP, 8 ER

2014 Short Rest: 6.0 IP, 3 ER
2014 Regular Rest: 6.2 IP, 8 ER

2015 Short Rest: 7.0 IP, 1 ER
2015 Regular Rest: 6.2 IP 3 ER

2016 Short Rest: 14.1 IP 5 ER
2016 Regular Rest: 10.0 IP 7 ER

SoutheastBeast1
06-29-2017, 09:21 AM
Doesn't matter this year, Kersh isn't bringing his consistent Koufax like "A" stuff every single game and is still on pace to get yet another Cy Young as well as the most wins in his career.

This is the deepest Dodgers team I've ever seen and they're about as well managed as any non Tommy Lasorda run club in team history!

Roberts just knows which buttons to push and when to push em!

This team (as of right now at least) could trot out Maeda/Ryu/Hill and McCarthy in a best of 7 and beat anyone in the league.

Never mind starting Clayton Kershaw and Alex Wood (their 1and2)!

Bad news for the rest of the league boyos.

The Dodgers don't need Clayton Kershaw to be Cy freaking Young anymore to win it all.

And if he does, and probably will because the pressure is lesser, with all that talent on the field, look the f+ck out!

Well behind Scherzer in almost every pitching category = "on pace". Cope harder

RAGEagainstHFCS
06-29-2017, 04:41 PM
Well behind Scherzer in almost every pitching category = "on pace". Cope harder

Right now Mad Max would win it.

Problem is the Cy Young award isn't handed out in June...

Kersh has pitched like a regular run of the mill Ace the first half of the season instead of his usual clear cut best pitcher in baseball self...