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I don't think Correia's salary is out of line for what he has provided as far as value to this team. He has become a point of contention over the past two seasons due to the organization's lack of...
04-25-2014, 03:10 PM
When Arcia and Willingham return to the lineup the swinging might increase. From what I can remember, they seem to be more aggressive at the plate.
03-25-2014, 07:16 AM
Why pay for a player who is well past his prime (which wasn't all that great to begin with)? Parmelee or Colabello would likely equal his production and might be healthier (a problem for DeRosa in 3...
02-25-2014, 09:18 AM
At $1,150 a month these players are eligible for food stamps. There's your nutrition program.
Who would think that a professional baseball player in America would need to be on food stamps?
02-02-2014, 01:49 PM
Did it say in the article why this may be happening? I skimmed it and couldn't find anything as to the reason behind the change. That may be a moot point anyway.
I wonder how how adept...
Why not just sign Garza or E. Santana for half the price? We know they will perform as a #2 starter most likely whereas Tanaka's abilities are a relative unknown. Then you don't need to blow up the...
Stud pitcher David Price is rumored to be available. I'm sure it would take a significant prospect package to pry him away from the Rays for his last two years of arbitration, but he is a legitimate...
06-13-2013, 07:29 PM
Relief pitchers, even good closers, aren't going to get a team's best pitching prospect.
When the Twins traded Wilson Ramos for Matt Capps I feel they over paid. Perkins is a better pitcher...