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Cubs v. Brewers - June 27, 2013 (TV: CSN)
Posted 27 June 2013 - 02:14 PM
Sveum should tell Garza: "Good job. You have nothing left to prove......relax with us and enjoy the rest of the game."
I'm sure teams are still curious about his stamina and conditioning. Pitching into the 8th will address those concerns.
What I was thinking.
Posted 27 June 2013 - 02:17 PM
I am wondering if Sveum will leave Garza in this game beyond the Brewers 5th. Assuming the game continues as it's going with the Cubs on top and in controlI I really think Sveum takes him out......nothing to be gained by pushing Garza for more than what he's shown.
With all the scouts in attendance, I would go in the total opposite direction and leave him in for maybe a complete game just to showcase him against this weak lineup.
That's a point.........but.......it would add rest time for Garza to ensure "readiness" for immediate use.
No team is going to rush a start of his, though. I see your point, I just don't see it happening.
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