This is the week the market for starting pitching explodes. Once one particular player moves, others will quickly follow suit. It’s not a matter of if anymore, but a matter of when. Masahiro Tanaka was posted last Thursday, and a bidding war is about to begin.
In an offseason full of frivolous spending, the market for one particular position has been barren: the starting pitcher.
Bailey has done the improbable: persevered through hundreds of bad innings, through critics saying he was a draft bust, and through the journey to success in the big leagues.
This season, we’ve seen the emergence of two pitchers who have established themselves as the true Kings of the K.
What team wouldn’t love to have a guy who could could be lights out for 1 to 3 innings, on any given night, in any situation?