Rubby coming Pedro Beato going.

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    Rubby coming Pedro Beato going.

    It was reported on WEEI Rubby DeLaRosa will be promoted to the Sox. He was scheduled to start for the PawSox today so he's on his normal rotation. Maybe he'll get a chance to play this time--it's possible he will be optioned when Workman is ready.

     
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    Lets just hope he doesn't follow his last start. Got hit pretty hard.

     
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    I can't wait to see that 99 mph fastball. He does have that , doesn't he ?  I mean that is what I heard. Let's see if that was true.

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    cant be any worse then beato, god sakes why in the world was he even in? jesus farrell cost the sox a game last night big time...

     
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    cant be any worse then beato, god sakes why in the world was he even in? jesus farrell cost the sox a game last night big time...

     



    Yes, it was Farrells fault that Beato gave up a HR, and I suppose if Britton came in and gave up a bomb it would be Farrells fault too? You sir, are brilliant! All 465 posts over the last 4 years.

     

     
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    I can't wait to see that 99 mph fastball. He does have that , doesn't he ?  I mean that is what I heard. Let's see if that was true.

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    His scouting report says he can reach 98-100 if he "reaches back"

     
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    I can't wait to see that 99 mph fastball. He does have that , doesn't he ?  I mean that is what I heard. Let's see if that was true.

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    His scouting report says he can reach 98-100 if he "reaches back"

     

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    cant be any worse then beato, god sakes why in the world was he even in? jesus farrell cost the sox a game last night big time...




    I really have a hard time criticizing Farrell. He has his own "Morgan Magic". He has done a  fine job restoring the Sox after Bobby V destroyed the team.

     
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    Beato made a bad pitch last night, but he has done pretty well when called upon in his role this year for the Red Sox.  He certainly has performed better than expected and is not just an arm to necessarily toss away at this point.

    With that said, DeLaRussa may be better, equal or not as good.  Only time will tell.

     
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    Beato made a bad pitch last night, but he has done pretty well when called upon in his role this year for the Red Sox.  He certainly has performed better than expected and is not just an arm to necessarily toss away at this point.

    With that said, DeLaRussa may be better, equal or not as good.  Only time will tell.

     




    Actually, If you look at the pitch, Ross went down and hooked it out. Its was a good pitch that Ross just got. Weve seen him do that when he was here. But I agree, Beato has been pretty good.

     

    I hope DeLaRosa is better. Hes been very inconsistent as a starter, but scouts say if the Sox just let him rear back for an inning, his "stuff" would play out better in the pen and he should consistently sit in the high 90's.

     
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    His scouting report says he can reach 98-100 if he "reaches back"

     

     

     

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    I can't wait to see that 99 mph fastball. He does have that , doesn't he ?  I mean that is what I heard. Let's see if that was true.

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    His scouting report says he can reach 98-100 if he "reaches back"

     

     

     

     

     

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    Time to see what this boy has .....  Looking forward to it !!

     
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    100 MPH is as hitable as 80 MPH if it doesn't have some movement.

    We may not see him if Peavy is on his game and stays under 100 pitches.

    Like you, Bill,  I'd like to see what hes's got.

     
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    I reached back this morning, myself.

     
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    I'm glad they called him up. You got to bring kids up. Tough times, but you never know.

    Welcome to Boston

    OHHHHHhhhhhh  RUBBBBbbbbyyyy... just mow those batters down.

     

     

     
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    I can't wait to see that 99 mph fastball. He does have that , doesn't he ?  I mean that is what I heard. Let's see if that was true.

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    His scouting report says he can reach 98-100 if he "reaches back"

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    100 MPH is as hitable as 80 MPH if it doesn't have some movement.

    We may not see him if Peavy is on his game and stays under 100 pitches.

    Like you, Bill,  I'd like to see what hes's got.




    Not even remotely true.  However, a four 100mph pitch is no better than an 80mph pitch if neither are nowhere near the strike zone.  Ask Daniel Bard if you doubt me.  And happen to know where he is.

     

     

    In fact, a 100mph fastball would be a four-seamer, which would have negligible movement.  Too often I see fans out here braggng about some kid who throws "99mph with movement".  The irony is that a 99mph fastball, if anyione could throw a 2-seamer that hard, would actually have LESS movement than a 93mph 2-seamer, since it would be about 3 feet ahead and therefore have less distance to break. 

     

     

    There is a reason nearly every pitcher throws the 2-seamer in the 92-94mph range; it is the optimum speed for pitch movement... 

     

     
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    100 MPH is as hitable as 80 MPH if it doesn't have some movement.

    We may not see him if Peavy is on his game and stays under 100 pitches.

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    Not even remotely true.  However, a four 100mph pitch is no better than an 80mph pitch if neither are nowhere near the strike zone.  Ask Daniel Bard if you doubt me.  And happen to know where he is.

     

     

    In fact, a 100mph fastball would be a four-seamer, which would have negligible movement.  Too often I see fans out here braggng about some kid who throws "99mph with movement".  The irony is that a 99mph fastball, if anyione could throw a 2-seamer that hard, would actually have LESS movement than a 93mph 2-seamer, since it would be about 3 feet ahead and therefore have less distance to break. 

     

     

    There is a reason nearly every pitcher throws the 2-seamer in the 92-94mph range; it is the optimum speed for pitch movement... 

     

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    I don't think we've seen Ue throw a ball over 90-92 this season--his balls move. What a find he has been. Forget Pap please--nothing but trouble --let those "Knowledgeable" Philly fans enjoy every last drop of him

     
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    Fastabll velocity itself is very, very overrated.  I'd rather have a pitcher who threw 90-92 and could throw a strike than a pitcher who throws 98mph anywhere.   Fans see that 99mph radar gun reading and think how sexy it is.  "Potential closer," is the new label.  Why all fans thin a closer NEEDS a 99mph fastball is beyond me.   So all those pitches that got hitters out for innings one thru eight stop working in the ninth?  (And all those closers who racked up save after save without ever reaching 90mph on the gun were ineffective?   Thank you, but I will take Dan Quisenberry or Doug Jones over Matt Lindstrom or Joel Zumaya anyday.)

     

    Control is the key.  Throw striked and even the besty get themsevels out 7 out of 10 times.   And command is even better than control.   De la Rosa has had some walk-itis issues throughout his career.  hopefully has can overcome them.

     

    He also has to stop that inverted "W" throwing motion.  That has been linked to legitimate arm issues...

     

     

     

    “Listen to the mustn'ts, child. Listen to the don'ts. Listen to the shouldn'ts, the impossibles, the won'ts. Listen to the never haves, then listen close to me. Anything can happen, child. Anything can be.”

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    Fastabll velocity itself is very, very overrated.  I'd rather have a pitcher who threw 90-92 and could throw a strike than a pitcher who throws 98mph anywhere.   Fans see that 99mph radar gun reading and think how sexy it is.  "Potential closer," is the new label.  Why all fans thin a closer NEEDS a 99mph fastball is beyond me.   So all those pitches that got hitters out for innings one thru eight stop working in the ninth?  (And all those closers who racked up save after save without ever reaching 90mph on the gun were ineffective?   Thank you, but I will take Dan Quisenberry or Doug Jones over Matt Lindstrom or Joel Zumaya anyday.)

     

    Control is the key.  Throw striked and even the besty get themsevels out 7 out of 10 times.   And command is even better than control.   De la Rosa has had some walk-itis issues throughout his career.  hopefully has can overcome them.

     

    He also has to stop that inverted "W" throwing motion.  That has been linked to legitimate arm issues...

     

     

     

    “Listen to the mustn'ts, child. Listen to the don'ts. Listen to the shouldn'ts, the impossibles, the won'ts. Listen to the never haves, then listen close to me. Anything can happen, child. Anything can be.”

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    Hes already had TJS. Workman has the same thing as well, which worries me a bit. hes a bigger guy though and might be able to withstand it a bit longer than the 5'10 RDLR.

    RDLR has a ++ cange up and a decent slider, which is why I think being a closer would benefit him more. Throwing 100MPH is nice, but if you cant fins the Kzone it doesnt matter what the gun says. His control issues do worry me going forward, but Im hoping/wondering "letting it go" for 1IP will benefit him more.

     

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