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You just lost all credibility for a period of one baseball season. At that level, "far" has no meaning - "slightly", "marginally", "a little bit" better, perhaps - but "far" is the distance between Pedro and Aaron Harang, or Clay the K and Edwin Jackson, not between the quintessential Boston Pete and the best lefthanded starting pitcher in Dodgers history whose last initial is "K"!
Sounds like the new guy is trying to stir up some trouble right here in River City...