But Urias’ knee is was an issue. Hope it isn’t an issue in season.
We have a good “problem” on our hands. I don’t think it’s prudent to bring Westburg up unless he’s playing 4+ days a week.
I can see Elias’ thinking with Frazier. We needed an insurance policy if Urias wasn’t good to go, or God forbid that that Mullins gets hurt and Frazier could lead off.
It’s looking like we should trade Mateo, but there is little market, then play Gunnar at SS, with Westburg as basically a starting 3rd/4th IF. We need a Mateo buyer.
No, it’s amortizing. Once the 7 years is up, if we have not re-fi’ed, our rate goes to what it is at that time.
I tend to doubt we will see interest rates get below the 4.375 was have but if we can get back to 5 or lower at any point, I will probably re-if early even if it means a little higher rate than we have now in the short term to insure we are ok long term.
Agreed. In addition, he is seeing some pitchers for the first time. Early, you want to see the ball deep, and see as many pitches as you can.
I have no doubt he will make adjustments at the ML level and be an excellent player at some point this season. Watching him work his at bats, he’s patient and has a great approach. I’d love to see him break camp and go North with the club. I think he’s just about ready. I just want to know what Elias has in mind with all of this.
A consistently winning team made up of solid but internationally invisible ballplayers will generate more gross revenue. Far more over time. It's hard to look at the Orioles signing Ohtani as anything other than a stunt given what it would take to land him.
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