03-31-2012, 01:33 PM #1
Scott Baker to the DL
According to this article by John Shipley, despite a very positive outing in a AAA game today against the Red Sox, Scott Baker was immediately put on the Disabled List.
This means that the likely Twins rotation will include Liam Hendriks.
Opening Night @ Baltimore - Carl Pavano
Satrday @ Baltimore - Francisco Liriano
Sunday @ Baltimore - Liam Hendriks
Monday @ Target Field - Nick Blackburn.
03-31-2012, 01:46 PM #2
Works fine Then Tuesday off, Pavano on Wed, Liriano on Thursday, Hendriks or Marquis on Friday in Texas , Blackburn on Saturday and Baker on Sunday April 15 It works And Baker could slide in a couple days earlier if ready since he can come off DL on the 12th. Marquis could be back by then as well and they just need one start from Hendriks
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03-31-2012, 04:12 PM #3
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04-02-2012, 08:57 AM #4
Burnett goes first no matter what. If Hendriks does great, it will be a tough call when Baker is back.I bent my wookie...
04-02-2012, 09:14 AM #5
Realistically, how long will it take Marquis to get back in pitching shape once he returns to baseball. I realize that it has been reported that he has continued to throw, but common sense would say he is currently weeks away from being able to throw in a game.
I have been through similar things in my life and honestly everything shuts down. I can imagine he life has turned into eating sleeping and sitting next to a hospital bed. Even if he does get away from the hospital occasionally, that is not exactly ideal preparation for facing major league hitters. Is he just throwing to a relative in a local park?
I think we could see Liam Hendriks for an extended period of time. I would not be surprised to see Marquis pitch two to three weeks some where prior to joining the Twins. Add this to the fact that I don't think anyone is going to be in a hurry to rush him back.