Mediocre pitchers cashing in
Why are so many No. 3 starters getting No. 2 and even No. 1 contracts?
Originally Published: December 15, 2004By Rob Neyer | ESPN Insider
Monday, in an ESPN.com chat, I issued a challenge: in either 12 words or 800, explain why so many No. 3 starters are getting No. 2 and even No. 1 contracts.
Only one man responded to the challenge with precision.
Travis Anderson: "When hitters ditch steroids, pitching will become even more of a premium."
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