New OTT. That last one took awhile.
Ya well kale doesn't come with it. It'll start to add up eventually.
Just bought a Bumgarner and Clark shirsey. Right on for the heads up Rush, although I'm disappointed they still didn't have Belt.
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Any idea if all the Dugout Stores are running the promo?
I know he had a very brief, unimpressive tenure as a Giant, but it's never good to hear someone struggling with depression.
Jeff Francoeur was depressed last year
Craig Calcaterra Feb 20, 2014, 4:57 PM EST
Jeff Francoeur was cut by the Giants before the season was over last year. This after a disastrous 2013 season and a sub-par 2012 season. He’s in Indians camp now, likely with his las shot at the majors. Paul Hoynes spoke with him and he talked about what was ailing him at the end of the season:
“To put it mildly, I think I was depressed at the end of last year,” said Francoeur, in camp with the Indians on a minor-league deal. “My wife, Catie, and my family came up to see me in Washington when I was with San Francisco. I weighed 201 pounds. I weigh 220 now. I wasn’t eating. I wasn’t taking care of myself . . . The last year and half to two years I haven’t had that much fun. I kind of missed the joy of coming to the yard. Hopefully, there is an opportunity here for me to contribute.”
Not surprising that when he played well baseball was fun. When he played poorly it wasn’t. It’s probably more sad to see Francoeur discouraged than most players because he has always had a far happier sense about him than most.
I’ve given Francoeur a lot of guff over the years. But I wouldn’t wish depression on anyone. And I’m hoping that he makes it work in Cleveland. Or, short of that, that he accepts an assignment to Columbus. I’d go to Huntington Park and cheer for him.
- “He runs meetings like a coach. Basically, I’m playing with a coordinator on the field. He’s a football God. He sees everything, and he sees the big picture of everything." - Frank Gore on Andrew Luck
- "He is as smart as Peyton, as accurate as Brady, tougher than Ben and as athletic as RG3." - Anonymous Head Coach on Andrew Luck
Sad to hear. When he first came up the dude absolutely raked everything. Not to mention one of the best arms I've seen in the outfield.
We need one more for the fantasy baseball league, $50 buy in. Who wants the last spot?
Buster Posey is about to lose to Eric Sogard for face of MLB contest on twitter How is that possible