Has Everyone Forgot About The Hyphenator

Sam EvansContributor INovember 22, 2009

SEATTLE - AUGUST 25:  Starting pitcher Ryan Rowland-Smith #18 of the Seattle Mariners pitches against the Oakland Athletics on August 25, 2009 at Safeco Field in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)
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Ive been hearing recently that Ryan Rowland-Smith is a solid #4 starter. Whoever beleives this must be a very casual mariners fan. If you put RRS 2009 stats head to head with any #3 pitcher in the majors hes pretty much right with him. All im saying is try not to get to caught up with all this new free agents. But we do not need a #3 starter rich harden or sheets would be nice to get be we dont need both rrs is going to be one of the best quality start pitchers in the majors. Therefore adding 2 starting pitchers is unnesecarry for example 1. Felix 2. Harden 3. RRS 4. Morrow 5. Snell/Fister (also sorry that i cant spell)

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