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  • mojorisin71
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    Originally posted by DodgerBlue8188 View Post
    Yea totally surprising me. I was telling people before the season this guy could easily win 16 games this year. Now looks like he'll be lucky to stay in the starting rotation.
    I'd rather see Billingsley out there than Loaiza. He did get shelled in the DBacks game but it wasn't his fault that the Dodger offense flamed out against the Padres. I'd wait to see what happens on Thursday in the Arizona rematch before determining whether he should stay in the rotation.

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  • blacksilverfan12
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    Originally posted by BlueBlood View Post
    Truthfully, your rotation wouldn't have Kuo or Loaiza if given the chance. What a shame. We need
    I'm just going with what we've got

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  • BlueBlood
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    Originally posted by blacksilverfan12 View Post
    Here would be my rotation:
    Truthfully, your rotation wouldn't have Kuo or Loaiza if given the chance. What a shame. We need

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  • blacksilverfan12
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    Here would be my rotation:

    #1-Penny
    #2-Lowe
    #3-Kuroda
    #4-Kuo
    #5-Loaiza

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  • DodgerBlue8188
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    Originally posted by blacksilverfan12 View Post
    However, Billingsley is struggling right now...
    Yea totally surprising me. I was telling people before the season this guy could easily win 16 games this year. Now looks like he'll be lucky to stay in the starting rotation.

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  • blacksilverfan12
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    However, Billingsley is struggling right now...

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  • BlueBlood
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    'Tis the right move. Me thinks it's:

    #1: Penny
    #2: Kuroda
    #3: Lowe
    #4: Billingsley
    #5: Kuo
    #6: Loaiza

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  • blacksilverfan12
    started a topic Kuo back to rotation

    Kuo back to rotation

    Torre moves Hong-Chi Kuo back to the rotation, replacing Esteban Loaiza, which is what he did last Tuesday, when Kuo pitched against the Pirates. Kuo's problems are staying healthy and throwing strikes. If he can get some consistent control he can be very good

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