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5 hours ago, jerios55 said:

Safe to assume we're done? 

I would think so, unless one of the high school guys decides they want to play badly enough and are willing to accept less than they might receive in 3 years with some college development.  

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Is there a run down on the O's International signings today?

I am pissed how the Yankees can get the best player?  It is all about the money.  I have the right to my feelings.

 

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4 minutes ago, oriolediehard said:

Is there a run down on the O's International signings today?

I am pissed how the Yankees can get the best player?  It is all about the money.  I have the right to my feelings.

 

The thread on the main page has a break down of the international guys.

Yankees are easy to hate without a doubt.  

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8 minutes ago, oriolediehard said:

Is there a run down on the O's International signings today?

I am pissed how the Yankees can get the best player?  It is all about the money.  I have the right to my feelings.

He's definitely the best player presently, whether he'll be the best player in the future, we'll see. The guy looks amazing, but he's built like a 24 year old at 16, there is a history of these types of players regressing physically. 

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Couple questions for those of you in the know (thanks in advance):

 

1) Where have Dan Hammer and  Houston Roth been assigned to?

 

2) Has it been confirmed that the others won't sign (Arnold, Miknis, Thomas, Pedersen, Fagnant, and Zmarzlak)?

 

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7 hours ago, TheDeau52 said:

Couple questions for those of you in the know (thanks in advance):

 

1) Where have Dan Hammer and  Houston Roth been assigned to?

 

2) Has it been confirmed that the others won't sign (Arnold, Miknis, Thomas, Pedersen, Fagnant, and Zmarzlak)?

 

1. Both added to the Aberdeen roster but not activated yet, so it could just be a place-holding assignment. 

2. No and there won't be confirmation until the deadline passes. 

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2 hours ago, Luke-OH said:

1. Both added to the Aberdeen roster but not activated yet, so it could just be a place-holding assignment. 

2. No and there won't be confirmation until the deadline passes. 

Fair to say that Arnold, Fagnant and Amarzlak are definitely not signing and Miknis, Thomas and Pedersen are probably not signing? Is that the order?

From not likely to not happening;

1. Miknis

2. Thomas

3. Pedersen

4. Arnold

5. Fagnant

6. Zmarzlak 

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4 hours ago, Luke-OH said:

1. Both added to the Aberdeen roster but not activated yet, so it could just be a place-holding assignment. 

2. No and there won't be confirmation until the deadline passes. 

Thanks, amigo! Appreciate the intel.

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so technically how much money do we have to spend on this draft? Will it be enough to sign any of these HS players at the end of the draft?

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On 7/4/2019 at 9:05 AM, ScGO's said:

so technically how much money do we have to spend on this draft? Will it be enough to sign any of these HS players at the end of the draft?

It appears that the ORioles can spend the remaining $170,300  on top of  $125,000 for a player. 

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3 minutes ago, weams said:

It appears that the ORioles can spend the remaining $170,300  on top of  $125,000 for a player. 

So basically Elias is going to try to throw $295,300 at these HS prospects and hope one takes the offer?

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1 minute ago, ScGO's said:

So basically Elias is going to try to throw $295,300 at these HS prospects and hope one takes the offer?

We would hope so. 

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Just now, weams said:

We would hope so. 

My sources or math could also be off. I think I'm right though. 

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