The Grand National Championships

December 12, 2009

The Bill Simmons Corollary

Filed under: BAYSBALL!,Boring Homerism,Pitchery — by Andrew @ 8:31 pm

I know that Bill Simmons would be thrilled if he ever read the blog. But there’s an obvious theory. If you believe that the National League is the weaker league, it stands to reason that you can find success with reclamation projects in the American League. How does this work?

Because Chien Ming-Wang got non-tendered by the Yankees. His arm was noodles last year. And he struggled. He probably would not be ready for war right off the bat. His agent would say that he would be ready by May 1st. The Brewers are likely in a situation with a one, a three, and certain amount of uncertainty.

I’m not pitching this as a cure all. I’m not pitching this as a necessity. But for someone who was looked upon as lacking the due dilligence? I feel like it warrants mentioning that he could help.

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