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Postby Madison » Wed Sep 24, 2003 10:49 pm

timkell wrote:
I agree that Looper has choked big time. Getting Urbina was a very good move for Florida. I remember a lot of people saying that they didn't need Urbina at the time of the trade


Yeah, a lot of people who had Urbina on their fantasy rosters said that. I love how fantasy changes your whole perspective on real trades.


Personally, I thought getting Urbina was very good for them when it happened. I do think they gave up too much talent to get him though.

That's the same thing I said when it happened. ;-)
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Postby Lofunzo » Thu Sep 25, 2003 1:43 am

It might be saying it in reverse but the best postseason reliever staff (at least in recent history) was when the Yanks had Wettland and Rivera. When the game was in the 7th, it was $$ in the bank. Having Nelson and Stanton was just gravy.

In other words, if you can get a great reliever, you do it. ;-D
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