I feel like the Reds already have enough developing prospects on their team. It was time to fill in the holes with experienced veterans. I don't want to see the Reds become the Pittsburgh Pirates. Farm systems can be built back up quickly and odds are more than half (perhaps all) the prospects the Reds traded away won't develop into good/great players anyway. Besides, if things don't work out in 2012 then the Reds can trade those same veterans to get more prospects and we can start the whole process over again. I just don't see where hanging on to roadblocked prospects matters all that much. They can be replaced...quickly and easily.
Well said buddy!!! :hi5:
You got a problem with Germans?
what's wrong with Wario?
I always kicked *** with Wario in Mario Kart
I can tell by the guy in your avatar who can barely fit in the damn kart. He sucks.
Surely you weren't expecting 50 and 130 was you? Just showing how "experts" do know what they are talking about from time to time. Jay is on track to do some special things. Now half these guys had better average in their 4th year buy not by much. Wait till Jay hits his prime. He has alot of improving to do but remember his age and experience. Oh by the way nobody, I mean nobody runs on him.
I'm glad I have certain people on my block list:laugh2: :violin:
Ha, ya get your fiddle out when Latos era goes up 1.5 and Yonder is hitting .310. Hope it works out but be prepared for the fire sale.