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    Nick Markakis & Matt Wieters
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    Cal Ripken Jr.
  1. How does this sound for Davis? 2015: $16M 2016: $18M 2017: $20M 2018: $22M 2019: $24M 2020: $26M 2021: $28M 7/154. Add in this season, and it becomes 8/164 and he's a free agent following his age 35 season.
  2. Crush has played 330 games for the Orioles, prorated over 160 games, it comes out to this: 592 AB 94 R 165 H 34 2B 0 3B 43 HR 114 RBI 3 SB 56 BB 197 SO .279 BA .346 OBP .554 SLG .900 OPS How much would that production be worth over the next 4-5 years? Assuming he could maintain those averages over that time. Possibly exceeding a time or two and possibly falling short a time or two.
  3. I didn't expect him to be non-tendered, but I hope they keep the door open to possibly trading him. And if trading him is the plan, they wouldn't want to give that away. I'm not among those who believes in paying a lot for a closer, but I also don't believe there is an alternative on the roster right now. Gausman wasn't picked 4th in the draft to be a reliever and Hunter and O'Day both struggle with lefties, Hunter in particular. Closers need to be able to get out both righties and lefties effectively. Though it's always possible to go matchups until someone emerges as the guy.
  4. I think Carlos Beltran would be an interesting guy for us to consider. He could play some LF, as well as DH. He is 36, but he'd be cheaper than Choo, and it wouldn't take nearly as many years to get him.
  5. Fernandez is under team control for five more years and would be dirt cheap for the next two. Kershaw is headed for his third year of arbitration next season. He made $11 million this season, so he's going to get huge money starting next season. You'd have to extend him, too. Or risk watching him leave after next season. I believe that Kershaw is the better pitcher today. But cost-wise, this isn't close.
  6. Didn't read the whole thread, but say we did hit Crisp. Then Oakland wants to get even and goes after Davis, Jones or Machado and hurts them by hitting them in the wrong spot, intentional or not. Effectively ending our season in the process. It's just not worth it.
  7. Between now and the end of 2014, Dunn is due $20.6 million, and the White Sox have given no indication that they are willing to pickup any of it to help facilitate a deal. They sent $1 million to Texas only because trading Rios increased his salary by 500k each season. The likelihood that the Orioles take on that much salary is extremely low, and you know that, if you follow this team.
  8. If a major league pitching staff can't win when given five runs by the offense, then that's the major problem of the team. Not the hitting.
  9. Losses by playoff contenders when scoring five or more runs: Red Sox - 8 Tigers - 9 Rangers - 3 A's - 6 Rays - 10 Orioles - 14 Indians - 9 Royals - 4 Yankees - 4
  10. Record of AL Playoff contenders when scoring 3 runs or less: Red Sox: 9-36 (20%) Tigers: 7-32 (17.9%) Rangers: 12-41 (22.6%) A's: 13-40 (24.5%) Rays: 15-34 (30.6%) Orioles: 11-31 (26.2%) Indians: 12-39 (23.5%) Royals: 15-45 (25%) Yankees: 13-46 (22%) Totals: 107-344 (23.7%) They aren't alone in struggling when scoring three runs or less. Only one playoff contender is better in those games, and that's, unsurprisingly, Tampa Bay.
  11. To me, this topic is flat out trolling. Or are we allowed to troll about anything we feel like trolling about? It's immaterial that the OP is a nice guy and doesn't insult people. You can be a nice guy and still be a pain in the backside, which is what this is.
  12. Reynolds: vs. Lefties this season: 215/333/411 in 126 PA since May 1 vs. everyone: 187/287/282 in 289 PA since June 3 vs. everyone: 163/272/211 in 169 PA Is he any better than Pearce? Because that's whose roster spot he'd likely take.
  13. The O's are averaging 22,519 this year through 20 home dates (21 games, 1 double header). Last year through 20 home dates, the team averaged 20,104. So it's up 2,415 from last year. They drew 22,556 per game over the last 60 home games last year. An increase of 10.9%. I think an 11% jump from the starting point this year is reasonable to expect. That increase would bump the average attendance over the last 60 home games to 24,996. Which would mean they would finish the year with an average attendance of 24,377. Up 2,434 from last season. Who knows, if the team continues to play well, maybe it pops even more?
  14. I knew that. I just thought maybe something happened between him and another one of the announcers?
  15. What happened with Brady? Also, I agree with those who want Ben to comeback. I thought he was fantastic.
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