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O's not offering Koji arbitration


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Hilarious.

They must have good reason to think that Koji would be given a raise if he goes to arbitration. I don't see it, but maybe that's the case.

All I can say is that if both of these guys walk and we get no compensation, there had better be some good info that I am not privy to at this moment.

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Hilarious.

They must have good reason to think that Koji would be given a raise if he goes to arbitration. I don't see it, but maybe that's the case.

All I can say is that if both of these guys walk and we get no compensation, there had better be some good info that I am not privy to at this moment.

Even if he gets a raise how can the Orioles as currently configured not be able to afford him? It would be a one year non-guaranteed deal. I am hard pressed to come up with a rational explanation that for why they would not offer arbitration other then extreme frugality.

The only other reason could be that the O's know he is hurt and wouldn't pass a physical for another team.

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They better be re-signing him if this is the case. I'm more or less behind the front office, but moves like this shake my faith.

He is 36 next year and injuries are not likely to get better at his age...that is my take (although they better surprise me this off season with other moves).

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