“Major League Baseball is completely comfortable with the Orioles’ coaching designations for the 2020 season, which are not only consistent with the terms of the pension plan but were approved in advance by MLB and shared prior to the start of the season with representatives from the Major League Baseball Players Association. The suggestion that there is an ongoing investigation that could result in discipline is simply false.”
Oh. That’s very different. Never mind.
Oh don’t worry, popped up on my screen and I’ve already watched it about 10 times. The camera work is terrible. I can’t believe that they can’t use their cameramen more effectively. But it’s a great play. I wonder if they’re going to score 2 errors in the play or if nobody cares anymore, ha ha
There was nothing in existence at the time to support the emboldened statement. Certainly not his minor league career, nor his performance in the few weeks of spring training that Elias could see. You are basing everything you say on hindsight. Please provide your evidence that shows that Yaz was something other than what he had shown himself to be in the minors BEFORE the trade was made. Until you do that, I'm afraid that you just aren't convincing anyone. That others, most of us in fact, in hindsight, wish we hadn't traded Yaz is quite obvious, but that doesn't mean Elias failed in any way at the time, given the information available to him at the time. There was simply no outcry from people upset about the trade at the time. It was pretty much a ho-hum deal.