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lol all these supersmart met fans killing the gm for botching this, when the whole time i was wondering why the team was even involved with bourn in the first place
I wonder if Cleveland has the money to sign Lohse as well. I'm not a Lohse fan but pitching is a bigger need in Cleveland than another CF.
shocker that heyman is building this up as such a coup for the indians, even though they still have no pitching (and of course, wrote a whole column to say this, which is 75% bashing the mets)
The big news is coming out of Atlanta, where the Braves have just announced that their 2013 batting practice cap will not feature the team's "screaming Indian" logo after all. This follows a storm of reaction after a December Uni Watch column, which exclusively reported that the team was planning to use the Indian head design. The team has now backed off of that plan.
Interestingly, the report on the Braves' site says the Indian head cap "was one of five proposed designs," and that the final decision "had not been made before the potential hats were leaked" by Uni Watch. In other words, the Braves are claiming that they were never committed to the Indian head cap to begin with. But that doesn't ring true. The Indian head cap has been shown for months in the official MLB Style Guide and is still shown there right now. It's also shown in the new New Era catalog. All signs indicate that the Braves fully intended to go with the Indian design until the recent controversy caused them to have second thoughts.
Don't worry though baseball fans, Cleveland has picked up the dropped baton.
As the controversy over Native American imagery in sports churns on, there have been two new developments regarding Major League Baseball -- one showi
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i'm shocked the braves fully intended to go along with this initially. maybe the tribe thinks this can make their pitching good
Jon Heyman @JonHeymanCBS
source: felix deal remains $175M for 7 years guaranteed
"...the Pirates' failure to sign Mark Appel helped the Indians sign Bourn, because the compensatory pick the Bucs received for 2013 bumped the Mets, one of Bourn's suitors, from No. 10 (a protected pick) to No. 11 (which is unprotected). If not for Appel, the Mets could have signed Bourn without worrying about losing their top pick."
"It's just so hard," Greivis said. "It's my heart, my love. Maryland made me who I am."
Matt Dery @deryNBA
Big night for teams in yellow tonight, #Pirates sign Brandon Inge.
not every team has little caesar's money
Congrats to the Mets, they are officially back!
New York Mets principal owner Fred Wilpon said his family is free and clear of past financial woes and that general manager Sandy Alderson has the financial flexibility to make major free-agent signings in upcoming offseasons.
Probably few people care about this but whatever. I know there's long been speculation/internet rumors that Keith Law is Old Hoss Radbourn. I just saw Law tweet at somebody who only has 22 followers, two of which are Law and Radbourn. Seems weird.
@keithlaw I see you tweeting when you are supposed to be at lunch with me...
Anyway, back to baseball.
The Giants dynamic pricing model for Cactus League games is kind of amazing. Lawn seat: $7 on Tuesday, $32 on Saturday.
@npbtracker Box seats for a weekend game are $67. For spring training!
Passan is really reaching here.
A former Boston Red Sox athletic trainer regularly injected players with the powerful and controversial painkiller Toradol for six seasons, former Sox pitcher Curt Schilling and two other sources who independently witnessed the injections told Yahoo! Sports, possibly flouting state laws intended to prohibit trainers from administering such treatments.
Mike Reinold, an athletic trainer and physical therapist for the Red Sox who was fired after last season, used Toradol to treat players, mostly Boston's pitchers, Schilling and three other sources said. Toradol is a legal substance and isn't banned by Major League Baseball.
From Yahoo! Sports: Curt Schilling and other sources say former Red Sox trainer Mike Reinold injected players with controversial painkiller.
Three months after what he called a shocking trade to Toronto, Jose Reyes said that just days before he was dealt, Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria was still encouraging him to buy a house in Miami.
really? OHR's shtick seems to un-PC for Keith Law. Not that he'd be offended by it, just that he wouldnt have the repertoire for it
#Cubs RHP Matt Garza ends throwing session early with apparent injury:
First year in arbitration era with no arbitration cases.. Shows how close owners and agents have gotten IMO. They might not like each other, but they have gotten their work down to a science
I think it's kind of unrespectful- Ovie
@KFCBarstool: The 2 highest paid #Mets outfielders this year are Jason Bay and Bobby Bonilla. That is literally unbelievable.
Turned on MLB Radio on XM for the first time tonight, Kennedy is much better than Bowden or Dibble. Bob, is it true that Utley has not played in a spring training game since 2010?
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I don't think anyone has played a spring training game since 2012.
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