Saunders vs. Kazmir, Part II

On May 10, I wrote an entry revisiting an old argument on fan sites that the Angels supposedly erred by drafting Joe Saunders over Scott Kazmir.

I wrote:

In the long run, Saunders has proven to be the more durable pitcher. Kazmir has found himself on the disabled list from time to time with various injuries, although nothing so far that’s career-threatening. Saunders has yet to go on the D.L. in the big leagues.

The Rays announced today that Kazmir is once again on the disabled list:

Left-hander Scott Kazmir will be shut down for a bit because of a right quad strain he said was caused from bad mechanics in his delivery. Kazmir will continue to throw off flat ground and said it shouldn’t keep him out long.

Bad mechanics was reportedly the reason why the Mets, who originally drafted Kazmir, traded him to Tampa Bay. Looks like his habits are starting to catch up to him.

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