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(Paul Sporer)It could certainly be related, and it supports some of the visual evidence from last season.

He appeared to be off-line for much of last year, as if an invisible wall was pushing him to the glove side, an element which compromised his positioning at release point and therefore impacting his pitch command.

Could this explain the decreased velocity, as he just is not able to have as much power/momentum as usual? (The Dude from Office)I wrote about Verlander about a month ago:

articleid=23949 The off-season surgery could be negatively impacting his torque, and therefore velocity, but the velo concerns about Verlander have been largely overblown. (Matthew Kory)In an ESPN Standard 10-team 12 Keeper league, I have Springer and Taveras in a loaded outfield (B.

Lefties tend to have lesser velocity due to the fact that we are plucking 35-40% of the pitcher pool from a group that makes up 10% of the population, so the thresholds of expectation have to be lowered.

For that reason, I think that secondaries often gain more attention from southpaws given the commonly underwhelming velocity.

Without more specifics, if you can win this year, it's worth it to give up youth. position players, we all know how crazy pitchers are. As a result, unless you think this is going to end up as some kind of midpoint in an ongoing trend where his value continues to decline, you're better off holding on and hoping he can rectify the poor trends in both his peripherals and actual results.

Sam Miller wrote a tremendous piece that you should all read on was a horse and an innings eater and he ate innings for breakfast with no repercussions and you could just put him out and his arm could absorb endless abuse and then his arm blew up and that was it? If you're pretty sure it's not going to get better, you might as well shop for the best offer you can get from another owner that still believes.

I'm also not too worried about Verlander - he has the stuff, the delivery, and the track record to feel confident going forward.This is why I eschew the term, "True Talent," because a player's talent level is continuously dynamic due to health (both physical and mental), coaching/training/conditioning, and more. Remember, what a player gets is as much about how good he is as who is doing the bidding. Also, in such a league, how hesitant should I be to trade the younger prospects over the established guys?On the jukebox: Pink Floyd, "Sheep" (Doug Thorburn)He'd probably still get a ton. (pmitchell60 from NOLA)I'm so not a fantasy guy, but this one is interesting for a few reasons.Now the team that traded for Verlander wants to trade him back to the same owner. One thing that is bothersome besides the fact that were about two months before normal dumping time is that the dumping Team A is in THIRD PLACE in a league of 15 teams: #3 Team A trades Justin Verlander and pick), but there is at least *some* regression coming in those numbers while I believe Verlander will iron himself out as the season evolves.Might feel scary after last night from the pair, but I like it.

I'm also not too worried about Verlander - he has the stuff, the delivery, and the track record to feel confident going forward.

This is why I eschew the term, "True Talent," because a player's talent level is continuously dynamic due to health (both physical and mental), coaching/training/conditioning, and more. Remember, what a player gets is as much about how good he is as who is doing the bidding. Also, in such a league, how hesitant should I be to trade the younger prospects over the established guys?

On the jukebox: Pink Floyd, "Sheep" (Doug Thorburn)He'd probably still get a ton. (pmitchell60 from NOLA)I'm so not a fantasy guy, but this one is interesting for a few reasons.

Now the team that traded for Verlander wants to trade him back to the same owner. One thing that is bothersome besides the fact that were about two months before normal dumping time is that the dumping Team A is in THIRD PLACE in a league of 15 teams: #3 Team A trades Justin Verlander and pick), but there is at least *some* regression coming in those numbers while I believe Verlander will iron himself out as the season evolves.

Might feel scary after last night from the pair, but I like it.

Do you see anything in his delivery that confirms this?