Sunday, May 10, 2009

Time for Another Sunday Night Massacre?

C'mon, Rizz. Certainly Alex Cintron's gotta go. The guy's OPS is 178 points less than Daniel Cabrera's. And Logan Kensing? 15.43! That ERA is almost more than Scott Olsen's and Saul Rivera's combined! That's almost as bad as being like 7 minutes late! Maybe even 10!

7 comments:

sec314 said...

Tyler Clippard seems like the most likely next candidate for the pen. Yes, end the Kensing experiment.

And the Cintron experiment too. The AG had issues, but at least he could hit on occasion. Bring him back up.

Steven said...

Yeah, Clippard's getting a lot of attention. But between his youth and flyball tendencies, he's not a Rizzo type. We'll see.

Pete Orr threw one scoreless for Syracuse. Maybe that's an option.

sec314 said...

Orr does play infield. I'd rather see him or Kory Casto than Cintron at this point.

Zinacola? They released Glover, so it won's be him. If its old guys they want, it doesn't appear that Ray King is currently employed.

miguel said...

alberto gonzalez should be call-up he is younger and can play all pos in infield with a good obp for the time he was a shortstop,he migth comited some errors but all he minor league carrier and since last defense was the reason why a lor of people were so hight in his glove,the team even guzman zim have bad days, but alberto gonzalez should be there before belliard and cintron no question

redcottageaudio said...

Gonzalez has to get the call. Or maybe some sore of trade for a defensive prospect. You mentioned some one an earlier post.

Souldrummer said...

Alex Cintron must go! Hitting on the first pitch off of a wild closer, making an error, and an 0 for 18 from a veteran scream waivers or Syracuse. I realize that Alberto Gonzalez was making errors, but isn't the versatile Willie Harris supposed to be able to help us with roster eating utility infielders who can't hit a lick.

Mac G said...

Manny just put in Kensing with the bases loaded after Cabrera needed yanked. He is just has terrible managing instincts.