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QUOTE(3E8 @ Mar 10, 2005 -> 03:55 PM)
all had AAA experience.

oh, so now age isnt a factor, its how many years they play in AAA??? Make up your mind. Im not going to beat a dead horse any longer. Fact is, in any sport, age doesnt matter, the player matters. And in some cases even 18 and 19 year olds succeed if they are the right player with the right frame of mind. I have to say that BMAC's confidence and demeanor make him a player that I think can succeed if they happen to bring him up sometime this year, thats all.

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you know Jeremy Bonderman is what only 22 and he has been a starter for like 2-3 years now in the majors

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QUOTE(RockRaines @ Mar 10, 2005 -> 04:00 PM)
oh, so now age isnt a factor, its how many years they play in AAA??? Make up your mind.  Im not going to beat a dead horse any longer.  Fact is, in any sport, age doesnt matter, the player matters.  And in some cases even 18 and 19 year olds succeed if they are the right player with the right frame of mind.  I have to say that BMAC's confidence and demeanor make him a player that I think can succeed if they happen to bring him up sometime this year, thats all.

i said bringing someone up too early could be bad. which goes hand in hand with AAA experience.

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QUOTE(SoxFan101 @ Mar 10, 2005 -> 04:01 PM)
you know Jeremy Bonderman is what only 22 and he has been a starter for like 2-3 years now in the majors

 

Yes, and he has been awesome.

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Who was the last 20 year old star pitcher that was a couldn't miss that the sox brought up.

 

Jon Garland.

 

Has he reached his potential?

 

Did bringing him up at age 20 make a difference?

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QUOTE(ptatc @ Mar 10, 2005 -> 04:06 PM)
Who was the last 20 year old star pitcher that was a couldn't miss that the sox brought up.

 

Jon Garland.

 

Has he reached his potential?

 

Did bringing him up at age 20 make a difference?

i'm not sure.

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QUOTE(madbilly @ Mar 10, 2005 -> 04:06 PM)
Look at Garland, we brought him up at 21 and he still hasn't lived up to expectations.

 

Welcome to Soxtalk, great name! :cheers

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