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  1. #46
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    Does anyone know how many options Ariel Miranda has in the event Seattle tries to farm him out?

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    Burgur said he will focus on diet and nutrition which is what he should have been doing all along. So maybe this injury is a wake-up call for him with time well spent getting in shape instead of a season laying back somewhere out of sight in the minors.

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    I always was high on this guy.....sorry we couldn't protect him........Jake Peter crushed his third home run of the spring season as the Dodgers blasted the Diamondbacks at Camelback Ranch on Saturday.

    Peter's homer, a two-run shot, came off of of David Carpenter in the eighth inning. The infielder also had an RBI triple in the sixth inning, finishing the impressive afternoon 2-for-2 with three RBI. He isn't going to make the Opening Day roster no matter how well he does this spring, but he has opened some eyes in the early going, hitting .375 with three bombs and 11 RBI.

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    Sox sign 28 year old Robbie Ross ,lefty to a minor league deal and camp invite. He only got 9 MLB innings in last year with the Bosox,but, has pitched well in the pat for Texas and Boston.

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    Rotoworld saying were keeping in touch with moose and cargo.

    Wonder if the loss of burger, the possible impact to him playing 3rd, and the lack of other 3rd base prospects will cause us to pull the trigger on him.

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    Watching Tatis Jr. go 4-4 was like putting salt on a wound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by garypeters View Post
    Watching Tatis Jr. go 4-4 was like putting salt on a wound.
    At the time ... hindsight is always 20-20.
    Moving on
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    [QUOTE=Muttman73;32207257]At the time ... hindsight is always 20-20.
    Moving on[

    I disagree....That was a terrible talent evaluation of its own personnel by the White SoX. How do you trade a 17 year old SS with pedigree to his name for a overpriced ,overvalued pitcher past his prime??? They got it wrong on both ends!!! This trade might go down in history as bad as it gets.

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    Easy to say now it was a bad trade....you can also say it was equally bad talent evaluation by every team in baseball as the sox got him for 700k as an international signing the year before

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    [QUOTE=Bainsy;32207848]
    Quote Originally Posted by Muttman73 View Post
    At the time ... hindsight is always 20-20.
    Moving on[

    I disagree....That was a terrible talent evaluation of its own personnel by the White SoX. How do you trade a 17 year old SS with pedigree to his name for a overpriced ,overvalued pitcher past his prime??? They got it wrong on both ends!!! This trade might go down in history as bad as it gets.
    disagree all you want, at the time Tatis was a nobody and the Sox needed pitching. FWIW Tatis still hasn't proven anything at the major league level. He is projected to do well, but lets see him produce first before we start writing history. Shields remains mediocre, but again hindsight is always 20-20, (except in this forum of course).
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    Yep...letís move on and enjoy similar level players we currently have in Moncada, Jimenez and Robert besides wondering what could have been.

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    I'm sure Boston had wished they kept Babe Ruth....get over Tatis Jr......

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    Quote Originally Posted by coconut View Post
    I'm sure Boston had wished they kept Babe Ruth....get over Tatis Jr......
    Who's that???? Never heard of this babe person.

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    Tilson, Vieira, and Ynoa all sent down................looks like Cordell might stick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coconut View Post
    Tilson, Vieira, and Ynoa all sent down................looks like Cordell might stick.
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    Willy Garcia is out of options. So, do you keep him and Cordell and send down Engel?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bainsy View Post
    Who's that???? Never heard of this babe person.
    Babe Ruth was this pitcher who tended to signal his curveball, and was addicted to the nitrates in hot dogs, and the stuff in white wimmens...

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