The Marlins make it a policy that NTC are not given.
Maybe that should have been Reye's first hint after seeing how the Marlins have blown it up before (his former teammate Carlos Delgado was a casualty of that)
As for where Reyes lives, i don't think he cares.
Miami is awesome (not as nice as Sao Paulo when it comes to women but obviously no professional baseball there), the women are hot as hell, but NYC has good pu*** over all the place too.
I am sure as long as he gets his money he probably doesn't give a **** where he plays.
This may seem like a haul, but examine the trade. Chisox basically dumped Buerhle. Reyes and Johnson moving to a new league in the toughest division. It seem to me Toronto has more holes than swiss cheese and if they last a season, they may pose a threat. I just think they are a team that will finish near the bottom
holy **** thats a crazy deal. great move by the jays
I find it funny that people think the Blue Jays are all of the sudden contenders. This team at best is a 3rd place team right now. Like others said, if they couldn't win in the NL East, what makes them the best team in the AL East. They still have to knock off Tampa, Baltimore, and us to win which I don't see them doing. Plus, none of those guys can stay healthy for a full season. I don't see a vast improvement from this trade, kind if like the Dodgers with there trade. Just a very mediocre team right now.
Also guys, Kansas City>>>>>Every other city in the World :D
Kansas City = Great BBQ.
Kansas City = Cheap Tickets for the Royals
Kansas City = Low cost of living
Thats all I can come up with..... I lived in Kansas for a couple of years and attended KSU (#1 FBS - Go Wildcats!!). Other than the parties, bar scene and sex (college life), I hated it there.
You guys all talking about trading Cano should be ashamed.:facepalm:
Cano had a horrible playoff run but the guy is the best 2nd baseman in all of baseball. He is young has amazing power smooth as *****.
Now trading arod is a different story. But Cano stays he is the center piece of our offense