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Choomp
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(10-09-2016, 04:06 PM)
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Originally Posted by GK86

Add a closer to the Mets shop list for the off season. Fucking Familia.

Really though? He's young and dominant. He's just melted down in some of the worst spots. Hopefully that goes away with experience.

But some stuff the Mets do need to do: do everything possible to keep Cespedes, probably keep Neil Walker, look into a righty outfielder(was thinking AJ Pollock was perfect but forgot the DBacks extended him), and another bullpen arm or two. There are a lot more questions this team needs to answer, and I have no clue how they should do it yet.
Mortemis
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(10-09-2016, 11:45 PM)
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Looks like rumors are pointing to the Ms going after Cozart again. I hope the Ms don't give up Gohara for him. It would have been a good trade during the deadline and Marte needs more time in AAA, but for only one year and with Cozart injuring his knee again I don't want to give up the only guy in our system that even has a bit of potential to be a #2 starter.
Windu
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(10-10-2016, 11:09 PM)
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ATLANTA -- As the Braves near the end of their managerial search, a Major League source said it looks like Brian Snitker will remain in the role he handled on an interim basis this year.

The Braves are expected to announce their decision within the next few days, at a time that does not conflict with Major League Baseball's postseason schedule.

meh, i guess the players will be happy though. I'd prefer someone outside the organization though, oh welll. Hopefully his dumb strategic decisions are kept to a minumum.

http://m.braves.mlb.com/news/article...itker-manager/
Windu
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(10-11-2016, 12:15 AM)
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Apparently all you needed for a press pass at Turner Field in the early 2000s was a Driver's License and a Fax Machine. And of course a fake newspaper.

I called up the Braves staffer responsible for handling press access. I explained—let’s be honest, I lied—that I worked for a newspaper and was interested in obtaining a pass for a specific game, and asked what the Braves would need from me. She told me I needed to provide a formal written request, faxed to the team on the publication’s letterhead and signed by the editor.

Okay. ... Microsoft Word 95, check. ... access to a fax machine at my office, check ... signature of my editor ... that’s me ... check.
Then I asked what I’d need to collect my credential, expecting the other shoe to drop. “Just a driver’s license,” she said. Check.

http://deadspin.com/i-covered-the-br...ist-1787407685
Chase17
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(10-11-2016, 02:58 AM)
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Are there any declining pitchers on the market to lock up for the next seven years?
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(10-11-2016, 05:02 AM)
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Tim Tebow to make Arizona Fall League debut next week.
Malo
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(10-11-2016, 05:14 AM)
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MLBTR Projected Arbitration Salaries for 2017:

Angels (6)

Garrett Richards (4.148) – $7.0MM
Shane Robinson (4.124) – $600K
Kole Calhoun (3.130) – $6.9MM
Matt Shoemaker (2.156) – $3.8MM
Cory Rasmus (2.155) – $700K
Brett Oberholtzer (2.127) – $1.0MM

Astros (8)

Marwin Gonzalez (4.133) – $3.6MM
Dallas Keuchel (4.089) – $9.5MM
Will Harris (3.102) – $2.5MM
Mike Fiers (3.085) – $4.3MM
Collin McHugh (3.085) – $4.6MM
Brad Peacock (3.013) – $800K
George Springer (2.166) – $4.7MM
Jake Marisnick (2.135) – $1.1MM

Athletics (6)

Danny Valencia (5.118) – $5.3MM
Yonder Alonso (5.116) – $4.1MM
Khris Davis (3.104) – $5.0MM
Stephen Vogt (3.084) – $3.7MM
Sonny Gray (3.061) – $3.7MM
Liam Hendriks (3.038) – $1.0MM

Blue Jays (5)

Josh Thole (5.165) – $900K
Darwin Barney (5.085) – $1.6MM
Aaron Loup (4.040) – $1.2MM
Ezequiel Carrera (3.039) – $1.2MM
Marcus Stroman (2.148) – $3.5MM

Braves (7)

Josh Collmenter (5.110) – $2.2MM
Anthony Recker (4.000) – $1.0MM
Arodys Vizcaino (3.168) – $1.6MM
Paco Rodriguez (3.120) – $900K
Chris Withrow (3.111) – $1.2MM
Ender Inciarte (2.157) – $2.8MM
Ian Krol (2.147) – $1.0MM

Brewers (8)

Chris Carter (4.159) – $8.1MM
Martin Maldonado (4.156) – $1.6MM
Carlos Torres (4.114) – $2.0MM
Wily Peralta (3.160) – $4.4MM
Kirk Nieuwenhuis (3.112) – $1.6MM
Scooter Gennett (3.071) – $3.0MM
Tyler Thornburg (3.057) – $2.2MM
Chase Anderson (2.146) – $3.1MM

Cardinals (6)

Trevor Rosenthal (4.058) – $6.3MM
Matt Adams (4.033) – $2.8MM
Seth Maness (3.154) – $1.6MM
Kevin Siegrist (3.116) – $1.9MM
Carlos Martinez (3.073) – $5.3MM
Michael Wacha (3.062) – $3.2MM

Cubs (5)

Pedro Strop (5.156) – $5.5MM
Jake Arrieta (5.145) – $16.8MM
Hector Rondon (4.000) – $5.7MM
Justin Grimm (3.170) – $1.8MM
Munenori Kawasaki (3.040) – $800K

Diamondbacks (9)

Welington Castillo (5.009) – $5.9MM
Patrick Corbin (4.105) – $4.2MM
Randall Delgado (4.100) – $1.9MM
Rubby De La Rosa (4.097) – $3.0MM
Jean Segura (4.065) – $7.3MM
Shelby Miller (3.166) – $4.9MM
Chris Owings (3.027) – $2.1MM
Chris Herrmann (3.001) – $1.0MM
Tuffy Gosewisch (2.143) – $600K

Dodgers (9)

Yasmani Grandal (4.115) – $5.3MM
Chin-hui Tsao (4.075) – $800K
Louis Coleman (4.018) – $1.5MM
Luis Avilan (3.166) – $1.5MM
Scott Van Slyke (3.151) – $1.3MM
Chris Hatcher (3.146) – $1.4MM
Alex Wood (3.123) – $2.0MM
Josh Fields (3.092) – $1.2MM
Yasiel Puig (3.070) – TBD

Giants (6)

Eduardo Nunez (5.090) – $4.4MM
Conor Gillaspie (4.028) – $900K
George Kontos (3.171) – $1.7MM
Will Smith (3.155) – $2.3MM
Cory Gearrin (3.136) – $1.1MM
Ehire Adrianza (2.131) – $508K

Indians (11)

Bryan Shaw (5.081) – $4.5MM
Chris Gimenez (4.163) – $1.2MM
Lonnie Chisenhall (4.158) – $4.1MM
Zach McAllister (4.077) – $1.7MM
Cody Allen (4.076) – $7.7MM
Brandon Guyer (4.066) – $2.0MM
Jeff Manship (3.130) – $1.2MM
Dan Otero (3.124) – $1.2MM
Michael Martinez (3.104) – $600K
Danny Salazar (2.162) – $3.8MM
Trevor Bauer (2.158) – $3.7MM

Mariners (11)

Charlie Furbush (5.121) – $1.6MM
Tom Wilhelmsen (5.072) – $3.8MM
Ryan Cook (4.086) – $1.2MM
Leonys Martin (4.078) – $6.3MM
Evan Scribner (3.142) – $1.1MM
Steve Clevenger (3.123) – $800K
Nick Vincent (3.067) – $1.5MM
Vidal Nuno (3.015) – $1.1MM
James Paxton (2.151) – $2.7MM
Taijuan Walker (2.127) – $2.8MM
Jesus Sucre (2.136) – $600K

Marlins (6)

David Phelps (4.156) – $5.2MM
Adeiny Hechavarria (4.060) – $3.7MM
A.J. Ramos (4.030) – $6.8MM
Tom Koehler (4.016) – $6.2MM
Marcell Ozuna (3.124) – $4.5MM
Derek Dietrich (2.151) – $1.8MM

Mets (12)

Lucas Duda (5.137) – $6.7MM
Rene Rivera (5.070) – $2.2MM
Justin Ruggiano (5.024) – $1.5MM
Addison Reed (5.001) – $10.6MM
Matt Harvey (4.072) – $5.2MM
Jeurys Familia (4.030) – $8.7MM
Jim Henderson (3.116) – $1.4MM
Zack Wheeler (3.098) – $1.0MM
Josh Edgin (3.097) – $800K
Travis d’Arnaud (3.044) – $1.7MM
Wilmer Flores (3.003) – $1.9MM
Jacob deGrom (2.139) – $4.5MM

Nationals (7)

Ben Revere (5.149) – $6.3MM
Jose Lobaton (5.138) – $1.6MM
Danny Espinosa (5.113) – $5.3MM
Bryce Harper (4.159) – $9.3MM
Anthony Rendon (3.130) – $6.4MM
Tanner Roark (3.055) – $6.1MM
Aaron Barrett (2.144) – $700K

Orioles (10)

Chris Tillman (5.113) – $10.6MM
Ryan Flaherty (5.000) – $1.7MM
Zach Britton (4.158) – $11.4MM
Vance Worley (4.112) – $3.3MM
Brad Brach (4.063) – $2.9MM
Manny Machado (4.056) – $11.2MM
Jonathan Schoop (3.027) – $3.4MM
T.J. McFarland (3.007) – $700K
Kevin Gausman (2.151) – $3.9MM
Caleb Joseph (2.135) – $1.0MM

Padres (13)

Tyson Ross (5.126) – $9.6MM
Alexi Amarista (5.040) – $1.6MM
Derek Norris (4.102) – $4.0MM
Hector Sanchez (4.018) – $900K
Carter Capps (4.007) – $1.0MM
Brett Wallace (4.003) -$1.3MM
Wil Myers (3.104) – $4.7MM
Brad Hand (3.092) – $1.4MM
Brandon Maurer (3.089) – $1.7MM
Christian Friedrich (3.046) – $2.0MM
Oswaldo Arcia (3.020) – $1.4MM
Jemile Weeks (3.011) – $900K
Yangervis Solarte (3.000) – $2.7MM

Phillies (4)

Jeanmar Gomez (5.063) – $4.6MM
Freddy Galvis (4.021) – $4.4MM
Cody Asche (3.022) – $1.3MM
Cesar Hernandez (2.154) – $2.5MM

Pirates (8)

Tony Watson (5.101) – $5.9MM
Juan Nicasio (5.084) – $4.6MM
Jared Hughes (4.162) – $2.5MM
Jordy Mercer (4.095) – $4.0MM
Jeff Locke (4.020) – $4.2MM
Drew Hutchison (3.165) – $2.2MM
Wade LeBlanc (3.131) – $1.6MM
Gerrit Cole (3.111) – $4.2MM

Rangers (9)

Shawn Tolleson (4.109) – $3.6MM
Robinson Chirinos (4.103) – $2.1MM
Tanner Scheppers (4.094) – $1.1MM
Jake Diekman (4.050) – $2.6MM
A.J. Griffin (4.034) – $1.9MM
Jurickson Profar (3.124) – $1.1MM
Jeremy Jeffress (3.077) – $2.9MM
Lucas Harrell (3.027) – $1.7MM
Sam Dyson (2.142) – $3.9MM

Rays (11)

Alex Cobb (5.061) – $4.0MM
Bobby Wilson (5.057) – $1.1MM
Drew Smyly (4.154) – $6.9MM
Erasmo Ramirez (3.158) – $3.5MM
Brad Boxberger (3.109) – $1.5MM
Corey Dickerson (3.101) – $3.4MM
Brad Miller (3.094) – $3.8MM
Xavier Cedeno (3.060) – $1.2MM
Jake Odorizzi (3.042) – $4.6MM
Danny Farquhar (2.168) – $1.1MM
Kevin Kiermaier (2.131) – $2.1MM

Red Sox (11)

Fernando Abad (5.073) – $2.0MM
Robbie Ross Jr. (4.100) – $1.8MM
Joe Kelly (4.029) – $2.6MM
Drew Pomeranz (4.013) – $4.7MM
Josh Rutledge (3.090) – $1.0MM
Brock Holt (3.052) – $1.7MM
Xander Bogaerts (3.042) – $5.7MM
Bryan Holaday (3.025) – $900K
Brandon Workman (3.018) – $600K
Jackie Bradley Jr. (2.150) – $3.3MM
Sandy Leon (2.149) – $1.3MM

Reds (5)

Zack Cozart (5.084) – $4.7MM
Blake Wood (4.131) – $2.1MM
Tony Cingrani (3.088) – $1.9MM
Billy Hamilton (3.028) – $2.3MM
Dan Straily (2.126) – $3.9MM

Rockies (5)

Jake McGee (5.127) – $6.1MM
Tyler Chatwood (5.039) – $4.8MM
Jordan Lyles (5.021) – $3.3MM
Charlie Blackmon (4.102) – $9.0MM
Nolan Arenado (3.155) – $13.1MM

Royals (8)

Eric Hosmer (5.146) – $13.3MM
Dillon Gee (5.108) – $3.6MM
Tim Collins (5.097) – $1.5MM
Jarrod Dyson (5.088) – $2.5MM
Danny Duffy (5.085) – $8.2MM
Daniel Nava (5.024) – $1.5MM
Kelvin Herrera (4.157) – $5.3MM
Tony Cruz (4.147) – $1.0MM

Tigers (6)

Andrew Romine (4.049) – $1.2MM
Jose Iglesias (4.036) – $3.2MM
Justin Wilson (4.035) – $2.7MM
Alex Wilson (3.038) – $1.2MM
Bruce Rondon (3.037) – $900K
Nick Castellanos (3.029) – $2.8MM

Twins (7)

Trevor Plouffe (5.162) – $8.2MM
Hector Santiago (5.016) – $8.6MM
Brandon Kintzler (5.003) – $2.2MM
Eduardo Escobar (4.128) – $2.9MM
Tommy Milone (4.113) – $4.9MM
Kyle Gibson (3.056) – $3.5MM
Ryan Pressly (3.053) – $1.1MM

White Sox (10)

Miguel Gonzalez (5.073) – $2.6MM
Todd Frazier (5.071) – $13.5MM
Brett Lawrie (5.055) – $5.1MM
Dan Jennings (3.171) – $1.2MM
Avisail Garcia (3.167) – $3.4MM
Zach Putnam (3.135) – $900K
J.B. Shuck (3.080) – $1.0MM
Jake Petricka (3.044) – $900K
Jose Abreu (3.000) – TBD
Daniel Webb (2.134) – $600K

Yankees (9)

Michael Pineda (5.099) – $7.8MM
Dustin Ackley (5.087) – $3.2MM
Nathan Eovaldi (5.013) – $7.5MM
Adam Warren (4.031) – $2.3MM
Didi Gregorius (3.159) – $5.1MM
Dellin Betances (3.078) – $3.4MM
Austin Romine (3.045) – $900K
Aaron Hicks (3.041) – $1.4MM
Tommy Layne (2.139) – $1.2MM
Mr. Enigma
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(10-11-2016, 06:45 AM)
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Braves expected to announce Brian Snitker as manager tomorrow.
RBH
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(10-11-2016, 09:49 PM)
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We got Wash!



CygnusXS
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(10-11-2016, 10:02 PM)
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My gift to you, Malo:

Josh Norris
‏@jnorris427

Dillon Tate was up to 97, sat 94-96, and got swings on both slider and changeup. Gave up two-run bomb to Carson Kelly. #Yankees #Cardinals

Malo
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(10-11-2016, 10:15 PM)
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Originally Posted by CygnusXS

My gift to you, Malo:

That's definitely encouraging. Hopefully he can maintain that velocity next year.
Meier
(10-11-2016, 10:16 PM)
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Oops, wrong thread.
Last edited by Meier; 10-11-2016 at 10:20 PM.
Windu
never heard about the cat, apparently
(10-11-2016, 10:28 PM)
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wrong thread as well. Too many baseball threads!
RBH
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(10-11-2016, 10:47 PM)
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Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred said Monday he hopes news of an A’s stadium project will become public within the next year.

And while he didn’t say so, it might be a site that hasn’t gotten much play: a parcel of land up the road from the current Coliseum site at 66th Ave. and Interstate-880.

A source close to the A’s said the team’s ongoing study of suitable sites is pointing to a parcel of land near Laney College if the baseball franchise decides that the Coliseum property is no longer an option.

The current Coliseum site remains the first choice, but the A’s are exploring options should the Raiders remain in Oakland and in the Coliseum. The NFL franchise, unable to come up with the funding to build in Oakland, is in active negotiations with Las Vegas about a move to the Nevada mecca. A decision from the Nevada legislature is due no later than by early 2017.

The Laney College site is adjacent to the Lake Merritt BART station and is just off I-880. Another site, Howard Terminal north of Jack London Square, has been touted by the city, but toxic cleanup costs and lack of access to BART and to the East Bay freeway system have made it something of a tough sell.

The Laney site isn’t without its own issues. Space for parking would be at a premium and one plan at Laney would call for the college to tear down some of their relatively new athletics facilities.


Manfred, who said he is in frequent communication with team owners John Fisher and Lew Wolff, confirmed that the club was looking at options beyond the Coliseum and Howard Terminal. There is another site under some consideration, Brooklyn Basin, not far from Laney College, but on the other side of I-880 and on the Oakland Estuary.

“Right now, the A’s ownership is engaged in an analysis on multiple sites in Oakland,” Manfred said before Game 3 of the National League Championship Series at AT&T Park. “I hope the first piece of news will be a decision as to which site will be the focus of their effort to get their plan and finances together.”

He also said that baseball has a solid commitment from Oakland in the person of Mayor Libby Schaaf.

“The Mayor in Oakland has made it clear to me that baseball is her first priority,” Manfred said. “She would like to keep both teams, but baseball is her first priority. And I think that’s a good spot for baseball to be in.”

There had been talk during the final decade of Bud Selig’s time as Commissioner that the A’s might move to San Jose, but Manfred has repeatedly stressed that Oakland is the place he believes the A’s need to be.

“I do believe that John Fisher and Lew Wolff are committed to the idea that they need to get something done in Oakland,” he said. “I’ve told them. They understand that it is my strong preference that the team stay in Oakland. There is ongoing work. They have weekly calls that my office monitors in terms of the work that’s ongoing, in terms of selecting a site and determining what the development opportunities are around those sites.”

With Oakland and Alameda County unable to offer much in the way of funding, the Fisher-Wolff ownership group believes it can get the financing together privately to build a baseball-only stadium in Oakland. The Raiders have been unable to do that, hence their looking south, both to Las Vegas and, if that doesn’t come together, to the Los Angeles area.

“It is a complicated situation because of the obvious governmental limitations,” Manfred said. “Then you lay on the fact that you have a football team and a baseball team who desperately need new facilities, and then you lay on top of that the fact that they play in the same facility right now. They need to work out the logistics of that.”

Manfred said he has spent more time with A’s in the persons of Fisher and Wolff than with any other team since he became commissioner two years ago.

Ultimately, however, he said it’s up to the A’s to get it done. MLB will offer support, but a new stadium in Oakland will have to be organically driven.

“We will stay engaged with the A’s,” Manfred said. “We will not have someone here full time on the ground,” Manfred said. “The A’s project is one that will involve a very substantial commitment from local ownership and a result of that, it has to be a locally driven project. They need to find a project they think works for them and they need to push that project forward.”

The Raiders are committed to pursuing a commitment to building a stadium in Las Vegas if they can secure $750 million in public funding. Nevada lawmakers are currently in a special session to discuss the economic impact of building a stadium for the Raiders.

Previously Raiders owner Mark Davis had supported the idea of building a stadium the present site, but was unable to come to a suitable plan with the city of Oakland and Alameda County.

A proposed project along with the San Diego Chargers in Carson fell through when NFL owners opted for a plan by the Rams’ Stan Kroenke. The Raiders have an option to join the Rams in the new stadium if the Chargers secure funding to stay in San Diego.

The Raiders are in Oakland this season after signing a three-year lease extension which the club can opt out of after each of the first two seasons.

https://www.mercurynews.com/2016/10/...-drawing-near/
Windu
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(10-11-2016, 10:55 PM)
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Originally Posted by RBH





We got Wash!



so basically if snit blows it, wash is the manager.
Mr. Enigma
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(10-12-2016, 12:06 AM)
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Wilson Ramos is having reconstructive knee surgery this week and is expected to be out until June 2017.
Windu
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(10-12-2016, 03:05 AM)
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good riddance
Malo
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(10-12-2016, 04:00 AM)
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Originally Posted by Mr. Enigma

Wilson Ramos is having reconstructive knee surgery this week and is expected to be out until June 2017.

It'll be interesting to see what his market is.
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Mortemis
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(10-12-2016, 05:11 AM)
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Originally Posted by Windu

good riddance

what a beautiful sight.
Corran Horn
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(10-12-2016, 05:33 AM)
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Hi guys

KingBroly
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(10-12-2016, 05:38 AM)
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Originally Posted by Windu

good riddance

Thank fuck. That shit should've been illegal when it was built.
Corran Horn
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(10-12-2016, 08:03 PM)
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Anyone got any closers for sale. I'll give ya a nickel!
XiaNaphryz
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(10-12-2016, 10:24 PM)
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From gaming side:

22% of US men ages 21 to 35 watch eSports, same as Baseball, more than Hockey

17 Seconds
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(10-12-2016, 10:27 PM)
ok
Silver Arrows
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(10-12-2016, 10:29 PM)
Honestly, who the fuck cares? People who watch e-sports exclusively are going to do the same, people who exclusively watch regular sports are doing that.
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(10-12-2016, 10:29 PM)
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Originally Posted by Corran Horn

Hi guys

ketchupandthings.gif

I don't want to look because it's disgusting, but I want to look for...reasons.

Conflicted
XiaNaphryz
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(10-12-2016, 10:36 PM)
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Originally Posted by 17 Seconds

ok

Originally Posted by Silver Arrows

Honestly, who the fuck cares? People who watch e-sports exclusively are going to do the same, people who exclusively watch regular sports are doing that.

I'm pretty sure the various professional leagues have commented on concerns of lower viewership from younger demographics. Some team owners going so far as to start investing in e-sports teams with the hopes of getting better access to sponsors in the are as well as possible cross-promotion opportunities down the road.

Baseball already has had several articles in the past regarding concerns with its aging demographic despite the financial side of things looking fine at the moment.

Also, you're lucky I'm in a fine mood right now as one word "ok" and "who the fuck cares?" types of responses have usually been slapped down harshly here. :P
Silver Arrows
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(10-12-2016, 10:40 PM)

Originally Posted by XiaNaphryz

I'm pretty sure the various professional leagues have commented on concerns of lower viewership from younger demographics. Some team owners going so far as to start investing in e-sports teams with the hopes of getting better access to sponsors in the are as well as possible cross-promotion opportunities down the road.

Baseball already has had several articles in the past regarding concerns with its aging demographic despite the financial side of things looking fine at the moment.

Ultimately, I doubt MLB cares much considering the boucoup bucks they are making from TV contracts. I'm sure they would like the median age of fans to drop down a fair bit, and get more young people watching, but lets be honest with ourselves. Baseball is a slow, plodding game, one that isn't bound by time limits. It can take an hour and a half to finish a game, maybe four hours. Most kids my age (Compared to everyone else in MLB-GAF, I'm fairly young, going into my 20's) don't have time to sit and watch a baseball game from start to end, even just paying attention when somebody gets a run across. They want it fairly quick, they want it now. And baseball doesn't really provide that.
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Originally Posted by XiaNaphryz

From gaming side:

22% of US men ages 21 to 35 watch eSports, same as Baseball, more than Hockey

Baseball will outlast football

BELIEVE
3N16MA
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(10-13-2016, 12:02 AM)
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Glad that even year BS is dead. Celebrated with a hotdog drenched in ketchup.
BFIB
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(10-13-2016, 12:10 AM)
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Originally Posted by 3N16MA

Glad that even year BS is dead. Celebrated with a hotdog drenched in ketchup.

Utterly disgusting. Grilling superior brats with mustard as I type this.
Windu
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(10-13-2016, 12:11 AM)
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https://m.reddit.com/r/baseball/comm...2009_for_free/

Watch games dating back to 2009 on MLB's YouTube account.
XiaNaphryz
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(10-13-2016, 12:35 AM)
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Originally Posted by Windu

https://m.reddit.com/r/baseball/comm...2009_for_free/

Watch games dating back to 2009 on MLB's YouTube account.

This is neat!

Check it!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NIXmk10kUe8#t=3h8m55s
BFIB
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(10-13-2016, 12:52 AM)
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Originally Posted by Windu

https://m.reddit.com/r/baseball/comm...2009_for_free/

Watch games dating back to 2009 on MLB's YouTube account.

Sweet! Time to rewatch the infield fly game.
XiaNaphryz
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(10-13-2016, 12:54 AM)
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Originally Posted by BFIB

Sweet! Time to rewatch the infield fly game.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rHgZGDILNEk#t=2h50m54s
Windu
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(10-13-2016, 01:02 AM)
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Originally Posted by XiaNaphryz

This is neat!

Check it!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NIXmk10kUe8#t=3h8m55s

Originally Posted by BFIB

Sweet! Time to rewatch the infield fly game.

Corran Horn
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(10-13-2016, 01:33 AM)
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Yeah I watched alot of random baseball games on youtube a year ago or so. Makes it easier to watch the good times
Mr. Enigma
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(10-13-2016, 06:53 AM)
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The Marlins are in discussions with Fredi Gonzalez to bring him in as the 3B coach. Gonzalez was the 3B coach for the Braves from 2003-2006 before taking the Marlins managerial job in 2007.
Jack Scofield
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(10-13-2016, 09:46 PM)
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I haven't been following the behind-the-scenes action for the Red Sox. I know that Pablo's career with the Sox has been a bust so far, but what's the chance that he'll take the DH position next year? Or are they already looking into other options?
Silver Arrows
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(10-14-2016, 05:07 AM)

Originally Posted by Jack Scofield

I haven't been following the behind-the-scenes action for the Red Sox. I know that Pablo's career with the Sox has been a bust so far, but what's the chance that he'll take the DH position next year? Or are they already looking into other options?

I think they stick him in the DH for a half year, maybe a year, and see where that goes. Either that, or they go very hard on Encarnacion or Bautista.

If I was Dombrowski, I would try Sandoval first instead of trying to chase the money and offer a big money contract to either the two above.
jbug617
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(10-16-2016, 05:39 PM)
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Carfado think the Red Sox and White Sox will talk about Chris Sale this offseason.

He think the package the Sox would need will be:

JBJ
Moncada or Devers
E-Rod

If the Sox trade JBJ, Benintendi will be CF.
Malo
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(10-16-2016, 06:12 PM)
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Originally Posted by jbug617

Carfado think the Red Sox and White Sox will talk about Chris Sale this offseason.

He think the package the Sox would need will be:

JBJ
Moncada or Devers
E-Rod

If the Sox trade JBJ, Benintendi will be CF.

That's a lot to give up. Do it Dave!
BFIB
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(10-16-2016, 06:33 PM)
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Originally Posted by jbug617

Carfado think the Red Sox and White Sox will talk about Chris Sale this offseason.

He think the package the Sox would need will be:

JBJ
Moncada or Devers
E-Rod

If the Sox trade JBJ, Benintendi will be CF.

It's about time for the Red Sox to pull off a stupid trade.
jman2050
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(10-16-2016, 06:46 PM)
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Originally Posted by jbug617

Carfado think the Red Sox and White Sox will talk about Chris Sale this offseason.

He think the package the Sox would need will be:

JBJ
Moncada or Devers
E-Rod

If the Sox trade JBJ, Benintendi will be CF.

The Sox would be crazy to do that deal.
jbug617
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(10-16-2016, 07:05 PM)
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D-Backs hire Mike Hazen
Mr. Enigma
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(10-16-2016, 08:14 PM)
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The Braves finally revealed the financials of the Jim Johnson deal. It's a 2-year, $10 million deal with performance incentives.
Crimson_Gold
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(10-16-2016, 09:31 PM)
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Originally Posted by jbug617

D-Backs hire Mike Hazen

They won't be the cubs Southwest. The giants and the dodgers will own the division forever.
CosmicQueso
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(10-16-2016, 09:32 PM)
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Originally Posted by Crimson_Gold

They won't be the cubs Southwest. The giants and the dodgers will own the division forever.

People need to work on better jokes.
Grover Cleveland
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(10-16-2016, 09:34 PM)
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Sox aren't doing any deal for anybody involving JBJ, Moncada, AND Eduardo Rodriguez

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