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Orioles hire Mike Elias as Executive Vice President and GM

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2 minutes ago, dabirds said:

wow

 

Good.   Shows they’re serious and did what it took to get their man.   And it’s hard to see Elias backing out under those circumstances.   

Now we know why Roch said the opportunity here was a “gold mine!”  😄

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8 minutes ago, dabirds said:

wow

 

How much money is that?  I guess most of the higher paid guys have different titles.  

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1 minute ago, Frobby said:

Good.   Shows they’re serious and did what it took to get their man.   And it’s hard to see Elias backing out under those circumstances.   

Now we know why Roch said the opportunity here was a “gold mine!”  😄

It also shows they have their priorities in the right place.  It's a welcome change.

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13 minutes ago, 24fps said:

It also shows they have their priorities in the right place.  It's a welcome change.

It probably isn't very much money.  Probably around what Rasmus made last season.  

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7 minutes ago, atomic said:

It probably isn't very much money.  Probably around what Rasmus made last season.  

If that's the case, then it's only about a half million more than the average US family clears in a lifetime.  No, not much money at all.

If Elias performs anywhere near the way we expect him to, it will be cheap at twice the price.

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4 minutes ago, 24fps said:

Only about a half million more than the average US family clears in a lifetime.  No, not much money at all.

If Elias performs anywhere near the way we expect him to, it will be cheap at twice the price.

The average US household isn't in charge of a business bringing in over 250 million a year.  Compared to the salaries of the players it is nothing.  And DD was among the top 5 highest paid GM's in the league and Buck was the 4th highest paid manager.  

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The Angelos boys sure deserve alot of props and kudos right now. Most of you guys were worried that Brady would be the GM. Brady is going to be lucky to have a job when it is all said and done.

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21 minutes ago, 24fps said:

If that's the case, then it's only about a half million more than the average US family clears in a lifetime.  No, not much money at all.

If Elias performs anywhere near the way we expect him to, it will be cheap at twice the price.

What does your average 35 year old Yale graduate make?

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Just now, Can_of_corn said:

What does your average 35 year old Yale graduate make?

Less than $3 million a year, probably with a much better perspective as to what constitutes "isn't very much money."

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3 minutes ago, Can_of_corn said:

What does your average 35 year old Yale graduate make?

I don’t know - what do they pay associate professors of English these days?

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