Banedon wrote:StylesClash wrote:mul21 wrote:Seriously, just go away. Good lord.
That post epitomizes why this website barely gets any new members. I wasn't trying to troll at all. I sincerely am against working a pitcher hard in order to get a no hitter. We saw back in 2003 how working Prior and Wood hard lead to.
But you decided to get nasty with your reply. Way to not start a conversation on a legitimate issue.
You're not new, and you have a history. A no-hitter is completely different than a shutout, and only everyone that's ever watched baseball should know that.
I've seen new posters get slaughtered on here for making points you guys felt were silly. That's not conducive towards increasing forum activity.
Also as I said before Arrieta had pitched a no hitter before. And considering how important he is to this team's overall success I don't think pulling Arrieta in a blowout win would be an awful idea. I think it's safe to say a mature player, like Arrieta, would understand the thought process behind the move.