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Should the Orioles have given Miller 4/$36M ?


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Should the O's have paid the man?  

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  1. 1. Should the O's have paid the man?

    • Yes, they should have been aggressive.
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    • No way, bullpen arms are too unreliable year-to-year
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Well they keep signing guys to big long term contracts to guys who aren't producing ... Their budget isn't endless and with the starting pitching they have lost and their weak line up,they should be filling other holes. So yeah it is a bad signing for them.

That's where I disagree. Their budget IS all but endless. Much more than ours at least.

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That's where I disagree. Their budget IS all but endless. Much more than ours at least.

Well they didn't sign Cano last season leaving a big whole at second base. I would say they have a budget just like everyone else. And with ARod coming back is like a huge signing in itself.

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But they took Jeter's $12M off the books and replaced him with pre-arb 2 Gregorius. My guess is they dealt Shane Greene to make room for Lester/Scherzer.

I FULLY expect them to sign (at least) one of the big name starters. Sure as the sun rises tomorrow.

And that makes Miller's 9 mill seem like pennies.

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