Not to mention if we can't bid to go over the cap then find a way to get back under the cap before its all done, what's the point of allowing something like this??
Like personally I don't really care its all meh to me but I'm just saying if ones not allowed then neither should the other. But since we do have that system in place might as well take advantage of it.
Prince to Washington
Beantown Beltran has a nice ring to it.
If last year someone asked me to raise their payroll 37 million dollars I'd have fired them
Reds I'm gonna ****ing kill you
speaking of cities, houston > philly, boston and LA. we dont have the **** quality of people philly does, LA has way too much ****ing traffic, and boston....well....they've wont too many damn championsips.
new york is a nice place to visit, but i wouldnt want to live there long term
God this bank thing is stupid
2011: $ 42,171,308
2010: $ 72,847,133
2009: $ 63,313,034
2008: $ 43,745,597
2007: $ 24,123,500
2006: $ 35,417,967
2005: $ 29,679,067
2004: $ 29,556,667
2003: $ 19,630,000
2002: $ 34,380,000
2001: $ 56,980,000
2000: $ 64,400,000
They averaged a payroll of $43,020,352 over these years with their high being $72M. They've always had a low payroll, getting a number way past what they've spent in the past would be, well, wrong.
Next year I'm running this again, and if teams make ridiculous bank requests I'm docking them payroll.