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There is only one reason Wieters should be sent down


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And that is if they really think he is not ready.

It makes no since to hold him back because of service time. If has is 3/4 as good as everyone thinks he is, we will try to sign him to a long tern lucrative contract before the year is over. His service time concern will never be a factor.

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And that is if they really think he is not ready.

It makes no since to hold him back because of service time. If has is 3/4 as good as everyone thinks he is, we will try to sign him to a long tern lucrative contract before the year is over. His service time concern will never be a factor.

Scott Boras is his agent.

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And that is if they really think he is not ready.

It makes no since to hold him back because of service time. If has is 3/4 as good as everyone thinks he is, we will try to sign him to a long tern lucrative contract before the year is over. His service time concern will never be a factor.

Ah. Yes. No one had thought of that before. It's all much clearer now.

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Scott Boras is his agent.

We have worked very well with Boras lately. Give him the right contract and he will sign. Boras is going to have to think twice after losing with Many.

"Times they are a changing"

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We have worked very well with Boras lately. Give him the right contract and he will sign. Boras is going to have to think twice after losing with Many.

"Times they are a changing"

This just really isn't true at all. The chances of Wieters signing an extension this season are basically zero. If Wieters re-signs with us it will be once he hits the open market.

Keeping him down in AAA to delay his service time is the smart thing to do.

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Yes, it does. You hold him down long enough and he doesnt have the service time to qualify this as a full year and we get a 7th year out of the deal by holding him down for a little bit now.

If we have not signed him before this comes to fruition, then we are the worst franchise in baseball.

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That's not true.

Scott Boras doesn't do extensions. It has nothing to do with our organization.

Scott Boras will be doing what his client wants him to do. Scott boras was aloso going to get manny a 4 year 100 million dollar contract, wasn't he?

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And that is if they really think he is not ready.

It makes no since to hold him back because of service time. If has is 3/4 as good as everyone thinks he is, we will try to sign him to a long tern lucrative contract before the year is over. His service time concern will never be a factor.

I agree with you, but I hope you realize how in the minority we are.

Ah. Yes. No one had thought of that before. It's all much clearer now.

I thought the EXACT same thing :laughlol:

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Scott Boras will be doing what his client wants him to do. Scott boras was aloso going to get manny a 4 year 100 million dollar contract, wasn't he?

You have this backwards, Scott Boras' clients do what Scott Boras wants them to do.

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