I think a lot of us (me included) predicted the O's would sign Galvis to a contract somewhat similar to what he signed. Where a bunch of us disagree is whether or not he's at the same level as Iglesias. Granted, until last year there probably wasn't much difference, and last year was a very short season. However, last year is the best we got for predicting what they'll do in the future. I hope he proves me wrong, but I don't expect that Galvis will play at Iglesias' level.
Just saw that on Jan. 7, the First Department of the NY Appellate Division denied a request by MASN and the Orioles for reargument or alternatively leave to appeal to the NY Court of Appeals (NY’s highest court). I don’t know if that means there is no other avenue to seek relief at the Court of Appeals, but the chances there are extremely slim in any event.
Not sure how the numbers ended up:
His personal QB coach:
Btw, Lamar also doesn’t DVoA great job of reading defenses imo. He locks onto receivers too often. He doesn’t do a good job of looking off the safety and things like that. He isnt manipulating the coverage like so many QBs are able to.
Not saying he can’t do those things but it does add to it.
We can all play along at home like Garry Kasparov or Magnus Carlsen, but I'm pretty sure clubs are trying to get AI on this case. Go Sig - do a good job!
There is definitely some Dead Poets Society chart measuring the greatness of a fastball by spin + velocity. Its probably a relic already.