I May Be Wrong, But…

1. Both Adam Rubin and Toby Hyde have written about SP Brad Holt this week. Look, when you’re one of the few guys that show up at the opening day of a camp, you get written about. Holt wants us to believe that he had no idea why he pitched badly last season. I want to believe that, but I’ve had multiple conversations with different observers and the simply fact is he lost his command. The good news is he can still throw a 91-mph heater to the low end of the strike zone, whic, as Toby wrote, translates to a 95-mph fastball thrown straight and chest high. Put a little last minute movement on that and it goes up to 97. Just ask Johan Santana or Mario Rivera.

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