Carlos Silva for Milton Bradley: We All Lose

Posted: 19th December 2009 by Casey Greer in MLB
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When it comes to the Mariners and Cubs, IÆm fairly split in terms of my opinions. IÆm a fan of each team, and itÆs hard for me to distinguish my fandom. The two teams have played only six games against each other outside of spring training, so there hasnÆt been a lot of reason to root for one over the other. Actually, the Cubs and Seattle hold some history together, as Lou Piniella managed the Mariners for several years, and Ryne Sandberg, the Cubs' Hall-of-Fame second baseman grew up in Spokane, WA. Then the teams swapped two awful contracts, and somehow, I think both teams lost. Carlos Silva is a pitcher whose repertoire lends itself to the belief that as a pitch-to-contact, strike-throwing pitcher who relies heavily on a two seam fastball, he pitches a lot of ground balls. SilvaÆs ...

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