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Boofs Weight

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Guess when Boof got to camp all the other players could hardly recognize him- he lost 30 lbs in the offseason. I think Boof should be the ace for a season and see what happens.

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I like boof. Did a great job two seasons ago, then last season kind of had a few problems. hopefully he can turn it around. I really like the way he goes after hitters.

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I like boof too, lets see if he can handle going past the 5th inning now.

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BOOOOOF - hopefully he can keep it together and not wear out late in games...maybe the loss of weight will help towards his stamina.

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i think hes going to have a great season. The man is commited to the game of baseball, any by getting into shape, is only going to help him out.

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Loosing 30lbs will help his stamina. Hopefully he can keep the weight off as the season progresses - hard to do when you travel a lot.

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yea all those buffets I hear about in the clubhouse sound awesome.

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now hes eating fruit instead.

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Eating Fruits?

I thought you were talking about some of the Cubbies up in "Boys Town". They eat a lot of fruits up there, right GENO??? LOL

Windy

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I ran into Boof a couple weeks ago at a baseball convention, and he probably lost more than that. He is thin.

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I sure hope the loss of weights doesn't take away from his velocity...

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According to today ST. Paul PP, he has added velocity.

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Yes, hopefully Boof can regain the form he showed in the second half of 06. He was a solid starter usually good for 7 strong innings during that time.

I like his stuff, he has a great curveball and throws fairly hard. He also seems to go right at hitters and when he is on, that's a good thing. He has high strikeout rates. Hopefully this weight loss helps him stay consistent and he can have a breakout year, cause if he doesn't, there are lots of young pitcher in our system right now that want a shot.

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You have to root for a guy like Boof. I think he will become the pitcher he was meant to be.

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4.15 ERA 14 wins and 170 Ks.

That is not Santana-Like but very solid for any team's Number 3 starter -- maybe outside shot at 3.35 17 wins and 200 Ks -- certainly possible -- nice number 2 starter.

He did tire a lot as he entered the third and fourth innings -- that boy can sweat with the best of them -- even in KC in April.

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