I thought about it. In your post, you said they could platoon, nothing about 1st and DH. So I have to make assumptions now? I did that before, and got **** for that also.
I have no idea why they favor everyone else over me, thats what im trying to figure out. It happens all the time, including right now. MC and Drew agreed with me, but no one says anything to them.
If people came at you constantly you would "catch feelings" too. Ive told you many times you dont have to look at my posts, but you continue to. Thats on you now.
Me getting attacked for no reason is becoming a daily thing too.
Last edited by jej; 11-23-2012 at 03:56 PM.
I am sure it has been said but Napoli isn't just a 3rd catcher he can play 1st Base,DH and Catcher if need be.
Swish, Napoli and Upton make it happen!
but like everything else in life i keep my expectations very low
I have no problem with Napoli if it comes with another bat in the outfield. I just don't want him as our primary upgrade while still having a half-incompetent platoon in RF. give me Choo or Garrett Jones to platoon in RF with wells and Im fine.
Jones/Wells gives you a .278/.348/.541/.889 line. Choo/Wells, .297/.383/.525/.908.
129M for BJ? Why do you say that?
We can read just fine. You just happen to contradict yourself and get bent out if shape over piddly things.
S4E and I also called Drew out for his Napoli/LOLivo comment. So it's not just you.
http://is.gd/bbXS3SArizona Diamondbacks trade RF Justin Upton and RHP Trevor Bauer and receive SS Asdrubal Cabrera, RHP Vinnie Pestano and OF Michael Saunders
Cleveland Indians trade SS Asdrubal Cabrera, OF Shin-Soo Choo and RHP Vinnie Pestano and receive RHP Trevor Bauer, LHP Danny Hultzen and RHP Hector Noesi
Seattle Mariners trade LHP Danny Hultzen, OF Michael Saunders and RHP Hector Noesi and receive RF Justin Upton and OF Shin-Soo Choo
OK, we couldn’t avoid Upton and there’s nothing more creative than a good three-way deal. This trade works for all three teams. The D-backs get the shortstop they need and also part ways with Bauer, whom ESPN.com’s Jerry Crasnick reported earlier "has fallen out of favor" with some in the organization. Saunders gives them a starting outfielder to hedge against the production of Gerardo Parra and prospect Adam Eaton and Pestano provides a killer right-hander for the bullpen alongside J.J. Putz and David Hernandez.
The Indians are desperate for starting pitching, and with this deal they pick up the second and third overall picks of the 2011 draft. Choo has one year left until free agency and is unlikely to re-sign with Cleveland.
The Mariners need offense, and although it wouldn’t be easy parting ways with Hultzen and Saunders, they get a desperately needed power bat for right field and at least one year of Choo -- a homecoming of sorts, because Choo originally came up with Seattle. How about this lineup for the Mariners:
Last edited by jej; 11-23-2012 at 06:19 PM.
No, because I'm not a little girl. You take everything personal.
Why would I block you? You're the top posting person in some of our threads. Just because you act like a hormonal girl sometimes doesn't mean I'm going to block you.
Napoli is actually a pretty bad catcher by all accounts. But so is Jaso and so is Montero.