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Henn has had his chance, now what?

Posted by: Peter Abraham - Posted in Misc on Aug 25, 2007 Print This Post Print This Post | Email This Post Email This Post

ph_430675.jpgIt was raining in Detroit this morning but it’s sunny now and they’ve taken the tarp off the field at Comerica Park.

Nice road trip for Sean Henn so far: 4 9 9 3 3. Two home runs and two losses. I understand they invested a lot of money in him as a draft-and-follow and he’s left-handed, but he seems like the classic AAAA pitcher.

They tried to make him a starter and it’s didn’t take. Now they’re trying to make him a reliever. Now what?

At some point the value of having a lefty in the bullpen is lost if that lefty gets hit every time he’s out there. Henn has appeared in 32 big-league games and pitched in 57.2 innings. He has allowed 62 hits (10 homers), 35 walks and 40 earned runs.




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