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By the way, with DCab seemingly out the door, what in the heck is our rotation going to look like next year?

I'm assuming Guthrie will be in there somewhere. :D

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By the way, with DCab seemingly out the door, what in the heck is our rotation going to look like next year?

I'm assuming Guthrie will be in there somewhere. :D

Guts pitches everyday all day!

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Or it will be one that you don't want to hear.

Have you been ribbing other posters about him signing in Boston all day? You were at this this afternoon when I was on.:deadhorse:

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Have you been ribbing other posters about him signing in Boston all day? You were at this this afternoon when I was on.:deadhorse:

No, I just got back on. Sorry. I just don't think he will sign here and it will be with them.

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Roch will be on MASN's hot stove from 7 pm to 8 pm tonight. I'm assuming it will be more of same(Doesn't believe we will get him, money not there).

Will someone who can watch tell others who do not live in the area what they talked about. On all fronts, Tex, pitching, etc.

Much appreciation.

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Roch will be on MASN's hot stove from 7 pm to 8 pm tonight. I'm assuming it will be more of same(Doesn't believe we will get him, money not there).

After Roch's "guarantee" that Loewen would stay in Baltimore 2 hours before it was confirmed he was going to Toronto I take what he says with a grain of salt.

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Bartolo Colon.Japanese pitcher,Guts,Olson,Pavano

You're probably right.

This is reminding me a lot of the Nats starting rotation leading into last season. Didn't they only have like one starting pitching about a month before the start of Spring Training?

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Man the more I read the more sick I get. Just another example of the rich getting richer, and the poor getting poorer. (potentially)

If we can't get Tex- WHO CAN WE GET!! Man this is aggravating! I'm sure Cal would give a backrub or two! :)

I'm hoping the NYY sign Tex and the O's would have a better chance at being the wild card.:)

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