Time to cut some slow-starting arms?
The New York Yankees had the right idea.
No, I'm not suggesting that, when assembling your pitching staff at the draft table, you sit back deciding that every elite, proven arm is "too expensive" and you should let him go, only to spend the remainder of the draft -- not to mention practically the whole regular season -- picking up every low-cost pitcher with a pulse. (And don't give me that poppycock about Freddy Garcia being a "smart" signing now that he looked great in his ...
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