Eh, I don't know, maybe. I think I'm incredibly deep on some things, not so much on others. I'm probably decent on stuff like the 1930s A's, but anybody who can pull three names from some of those endless 47-107 Phillies teams managed by Doc Prothro has to be born and raised in Philly in unfortunate family circumstances that resulted in a deeply twisted personality. It's like knowing the June 11th, 1988 starting lineup of the O's, in 2055.
I have a big wishlist of players I'd love for the Orioles to persue I was going to post. Then I remembered, Mike Elias and Sig Mejdal makes the decisions and have to get what they decide approved by a penny-pinching, restrictive, thin-skinned, CEO.
They have to work with what they got.
“I think it’s fun for us to be in position where we can get into every trade conversation, but I also think this perception that we have too many prospects and we need to get rid of some of them, that doesn’t register with me. We want to have a very talented organization. We need to make good trades. We don’t need to jettison players. So, that’s what we’re focused on doing. But I think we’re very open to and very realistic about making our prospects available because there’s some impact players out there, possibly, on the trade market and you’ve got to give something to get something.”