Found February 09, 2012 on
All Things Rockies:
Rockies general manager Dan O’Dowd talked with The Denver Post’s Troy Renck about the team’s pitching staff for 2012, including new signing Jeremy Guthrie.
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When he was with the Baltimore Orioles pitcher Jeremy Guthrie was the ace of the staff. He didn’t have ace stuff but on that staff it’s what he was. What’s interesting though is he’s gone to a slightly more competitive team in the Colorado Rockies and has a legitimate chance at becoming that teams ace.
I never thought this was a possibility especially with Jhoulys...
Ronald Martinez, Getty ImagesThe Rockies expect former Orioles starter Jeremy Guthrie to be an innings-eater and anchor the Rockies young rotation.
When the Baltimore Orioles traded Jeremy Guthrie to the Rockies, the right-handed pitcher was surprised — but pleasantly so.
“The Rockies have been one of those teams that has consistently had interest, and I guess that’s the...
The Orioles have traded workhorse starter Jeremy Guthrie to the Rockies for SP Jason Hammel and RP Matt Lindstrom.While I am sad to see Guthrie go, he was likely gone at the end of the season anyway and would have commanded somewhere around $9 million in salary through arbitration this season. Like the Luke Scott situation, I'm not sure why Guthrie was still on the team and believe...
With the trade of Jeremy Guthrie this week, it looks like the Orioles long-term project of rebuilding the organization is one with no end in sight.
As Spring Training opens up in a little more than a week and it’s obvious the team needs - a) pitching, pitching, and more pitching; plus, another big bat.
It looks as if there will be a lot of pitchers in camp, and except for maybe...