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Moshagge3 last won the day on April 25 2013

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  1. Total choke job by me, 36. Man, Chance Sisco and Rio Ruiz seem like they were from a decade ago this year has been such a grind.
  2. The Red Sox. The Yankees were supposed to be the class of the AL and to not even get a home playoff game would be deeply humiliating to them. Also I think the Yankees are more of a threat to get hot and run the table, whereas I think the Red Sox have pretty slim odds of getting past Tampa Bay.
  3. I don't see any chance that both (1) the service time rules stay the same and (2) the season begins on time without a work stoppage.
  4. Mike Wright Jr. about to get the loss or the win for the White Sox in extra innings. He let the ghost runner score in the top of the tenth. 9-8 Red Sox going into the bottom of the inning.
  5. Wait, there's a rule now against bumping old threads? So we're never going to see that dumb dancing gifs thread again?
  6. Breyvic Valera is filling in nicely for Cavan Biggio in Toronto. Another 2 hits today for a .825 OPS.
  7. It's pretty simple: the Orioles are spending $65 mm to be garbage, and the Tampa Bay Rays are spending $74 mm to lead the division. The union wants to maximize player salaries, so which situation should be more troubling to them? 🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔 Answer: Obviously the latter. The Orioles know they will eventually have to move to a higher payroll, the Rays feel like they can sustain their cheap payroll forever.
  8. Maybe time will vindicate those moves, maybe not, but if were looking at what complaints the union will be bringing to the table, number one will obviously be service time manipulation, but number two will be the rumors of collusion behind the slow FA markets for guys like Harper and Machado. This is all about mid-level teams not willing to pony up the $ to push them past 85-90 wins, and it should be worrying to the union that MLB wants to set the playoff bar there. The stuff we tend to argue about, like why can't Elias find more guys like Urias or why hasn't Elias fixed Dean Kremer or mo
  9. If I'm in the player's union, I'm a lot more concerned about ostensibly competitive teams like Boston and Cleveland shipping out their stars (Betts and Lindor) because they don't even want to make an effort to retain them as free agents. Cleveland is a mediocre .500 team and Boston is sinking like a stone with RF/1B being a major hole for them, but with MLB looking to alter the playoff structure to guarantee a spot to teams in the barely .500 range, look for a lot of teams to try this model. That's what is damaging to the game, IMO, and that's what the union should be fighting.
  10. They just gave Babe Ruth's number to the left fielder (looked it up, it was George Selkirk)??? That was the most surprising thing to me.
  11. Just imagine how bad they'll be once they trade Joey Gallo and Kyle Gibson.
  12. The Yankees' barebones COVID squad is now 4-1. What the heck.
  13. Somehow, some way, Asher Wojciechowski is pitching for the Yankees right now.
  14. Good thing they're getting amazing work from Nestor Cortes, Jr.
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