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More curious than anything, why did TBay waive Lugo?

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Postby ScythehandsVoxslayer » Sat Aug 20, 2005 7:06 pm

Ron Santo wrote:
Big Pimpin wrote:If the Yanks claimed him and he got pulled back, there will be no waiver trade. Sit tight, sports fans, Lugo will remain a Devil Ray. Nothing to get riled up about.


Exactly right man. I have no idea why people are freaking.


Uh, at the time most of had nothing to go on but the thread title. I thought there was something up.
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Postby Mookie4ever » Sat Aug 20, 2005 7:32 pm

MMoNeY24 wrote:It's too funny seeing people panic over this. :-D

Usually teams put most of their players on waivers just incase they want to deal through a waiver trade. I know for a fact the Mets put Wright and Reyes on waivers and shortly after they were claimed, they pulled them off. It's not something to go nuts over since it's pretty common.


That's right. A lot of big name contracts get put on waivers but the teams have no intention of letting the player go. I know that almost every year that he was in Toronto, Delgado got put on waivers and had to be pulled back every time.
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