He removed the balls from his arsenal, no pun intended, and got back on track to being one of the premiere starting pitchers in baseball. Jameson Taillon was part of a heralded crew of young Pirates, and has stood the test of time to now become Pittsburgh Ace. He sure pitched like one in 2018, putting up career highs across the board. While nothing major jumps out about him individually, is there something that should worry you about his chances of repeating another Top 10 performance?

 

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Josh James Yusei Kikuchi Walker Buehler Jack Flaherty German Marquez
  1. True and Correct says:
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    You guys have been consistently enjoyable. No bull and knowlegeable takes.
    Flaherty v. Taillon ? Based on the penalty for lack of wins, I’d guess you favor Flaherty.
    Keep up the good work.

    • Andy Singleton says:
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      @True and Correct: Appreciated! Not just the Wins, I think Flaherty has better power numbers and potential. Why are we choosing between the two H2H? Technically, you could get the both. If one, I’d probably be induced by my love for Flaherty.

      • True and Correct says:
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        @Andy Singleton: Doubt I’ll be drafting both (too close together, and rarely draft back to back starters in early rounds). I do like both however.

  2. AL KOHOLIC says:
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    lolving him this year but it doesnt seem to be a secret

    • Andy Singleton says:
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      @AL KOHOLIC: Definitely no secret, but because of that, is there too much hype?

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