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1 minute ago, Can_of_corn said:

Multiple 26 year old Cubans?

Just wait till all the kids change their minds and sign with the Cubs.

Blah blah whatever 

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7 minutes ago, Can_of_corn said:

Geez can't recognise obvious jokes?

I recognize it I'm just bored of it. It's predictable. Get excited for once. It's ok that you were wrong!

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Just now, interloper said:

I recognize it I'm just bored of it. It's predictable. Get excited for once. It's ok that you were wrong!

Hopefully I'm wrong.

I ain't wrong yet.

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1 minute ago, Can_of_corn said:

Hopefully I'm wrong.

I ain't wrong yet.

He confirmed it's the biggest amount of signings in Orioles history. Confirmed by the GM. I guess if you wanna wait for the ink to dry but that's about as confirmed as you can get. 

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6 minutes ago, interloper said:

He confirmed it's the biggest amount of signings in Orioles history. Confirmed by the GM. I guess if you wanna wait for the ink to dry but that's about as confirmed as you can get. 

How much of a gap exists between how much the O's have spent previously and how much cap room they will have?  Four million?  More?  Less?

They can set a new high water mark and still be last in spending among teams not under sanction.

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13 minutes ago, Greg Pappas said:

 

Terrific news.  We're getting what we've wished for.  I'm not quite sure how to act at the moment.

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15 minutes ago, interloper said:

He confirmed it's the biggest amount of signings in Orioles history. Confirmed by the GM. I guess if you wanna wait for the ink to dry but that's about as confirmed as you can get. 

Perhaps, but are they all going to be qualified major leaguers? Do they all have a lot of want to? Have they all, kind of figured it out?

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35 minutes ago, Philip said:

Perhaps, but are they all going to be qualified major leaguers? Do they all have a lot of want to? Have they all, kind of figured it out?

We have a second DSL team again and I doubt many of the mainstays will remain in the org from last year. There’s a lot of room to fill out those teams.

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