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And RIGHT there was exactly what I was talking about with Dunn. How exactly did that walk help his team? It was meaningless and irrelevant.
And RIGHT there was exactly what I was talking about with Dunn. How exactly did that walk help his team? It was meaningless and irrelevant. Great job by Balester. More runs!
Still, that'd kind of suck. I'm almost hoping they don't sign Crow and get someone better next year, though. I really, really don't trust his mechanics. I'm afraid he's going to blow out his arm.
I think Balester will only be able to go six.
I think he could stay healthy, but I have a feeling they'd end up trying to turn him into another K-Rod.
He is at 64 through 4 innings, 16 pitches/inning. My guess is that he will go six and some change
Is this expected to be a talented draft class? Usually any of the top 10 guys are great. If we get #2,3, or 4 and #10, we'd still make out pretty well.
Dude, you lost this argument yesterday. I thought we all agreed it was over.
Meh. I don't care how phenomenal he is, I'd rather not have a close with a top 10 pick.
It is all over. I did not lose any argument. I was just commenting on something that further proved my point.
Last word freak.
We better sign Hicks and Espinosa at a minimum though. Nieto would be nice too. We only get compensatory picks for the first 3 round picks right?
Correct, first two rounds get the previous selection slot +1, while third round you get a sandwich pick b/w 3rd and 4th.
I kind of like the fact that teams have a little something to fall back on. It's freaked up that the agents have so much leverage.
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