Originally Posted by dickallen15
Jon Heyman was quoting execs saying that Peavy was the biggest fish. Does that not count? And John Snyders first half in 1998 consisted of 2 appearances and a 5.79 ERA.
I might be thinking of 99. One of those years he started like 6-0 over the first couple of months with an era in the 2's. Point was, he was obviously not that good, as he (like Santiago) projected as a back end/long man. Snyder was out of the league after three years.
I can't seem to find Heyman's piece quoting execs that Peavy was the #1 guy, can you link it?