Thursday, December 22, 2005

A Giant Step

Brett Tomko's 81-73 lifetime record has left much to be desired. Though he has a fastball that tops 95 mph, it is flat and straight and major league hitters can catch up to it. As he approaches his tenth season, is he ready to take his game to another level? New Dodger GM Ned Colletti is in a position to know, having watched Tomko in San Francisco when Colletti served as the Giant's assistant GM. If Colletti thinks Tomko is worth a two-year contract at more than $4 million per, perhaps it's advisable to keep Tomko in sight as a late round pick.

1 comment:

Bogey McDuff said...

Dodgers pitchers have always been overrated - even Sandy Koufax is overrated - because the ballpark gives them such a boost. That'd definitely something Tomko has going for him this year. His numbers should be much better, even if he's just the same pitcher.