Type: Posts; User: Steel Curtain
Shame. I always respected him. Seems after his dismal start that desperation set in.
Well he removed a key bat in their lineup and they have been struggling offensively ever since. Not rocket science.
Huh? There's no connection.
Reid is toast, America is sick of him. Some hundred-odd bills sit on his desk and he blames the House for Congress's uselessness? HA!
He's still got his mighty pen.
How does it ruin it??? Absurd.
It is very much mental. And that's not something you can quantify with sabermetric stats, try as the Beaneballers might. You think the A's recent struggles don't have anything to do with the shakeup...
I don't know if it's racist, but it's still silly. There are plenty of blacks in MLB. Blacks are still a minority so there's obviously going to be less of them. It is what it is.
I regret to say this guy will be a pain in the butt for the Bucs for the foreseeable future.
Richards is very good, no doubt, but he has gotten a little attention, while Kluber has received virtually none. That's why I said "most underrated".
Kluber is the most underrated player in the league.
He wouldn't be if he was a Yankee, Red Sock, or a Dodger though.
Luck? You gotta be kidding.
Would love to see the Royals in the postseason.
You gotta be kidding
I would say this country is heading towards less freedom and a more powerful government. Wrong direction, in other words.
Most Native Americans don't have a problem with the name, you know.
I'm not a Redskins fan (obviously) but you can imagine how many fans they'd lose if they changed their names.
You know, I do think the AL West is the best division, overall. That doesn't mean the AL East is bad. In fact, it's very fair to say the AL East is the second best division in baseball right now.
That's a fair point.
I hope it's Ortiz also, such an arrogant showboat.
Yes but did they really need Lester? I think Cespedes would have been of more value to them down the stretch than Lester.
The Rays were on a roll and had a shot at making a run at the Wild Card. Then they trade Price and get very little in return. I don't get it.
GCA's numbers are sick.
Nevertheless, the Orioles just went 10-6 against the best teams from the AL West, so you can't say they've just been getting fat on AL East teams.
I think I heard earlier that the AL East has the best overall record of any division, but of course ESPN is happy to promote that "down year" in the AL East because the only two teams worth...