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    • As a historian how could you not know that?
    • Neither is demanding playing time with their stats. Odor seems to be adequate in clutch situations. His issue may be related to focus as he seems to excel in those situations. 
    • If you do that then Clevinger is the clear choice, IMHO. Guys who miss bats will be much more valuable to the O's moving forward than innings eaters at this price point. What would you offer Clevinger?
    • I was trying to avoid questions about Hall…but you got me and I’ll indulge. Sure, it takes time for players to adjust to the majors without exception.    @Frobby mentioned Bedard in the thread about Hall. My opinion is that he’s not ready and can’t believe that the Orioles think he is. Erik Bedard:  before call up ERA 2.79, WHIP 1.03, HR/9 0.5, BB/9  1.9 Hall:                                            ERA 4.52, WHIP 1.43, HR/9 1.2 , BB/ 9 5.2  **** Stats are from BBref Bedard 2003 combined minors, Hall 2022 combined.*****
    • Someone has probably mentioned this in the 33 pages of this thread, but until today I didn't know that Mateo was the 2016 Yankees' #1 prospect.  Ahead of Aaron Judge.  And was Baseball America's #26 overall prospect in MLB.
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