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Postby Madison » Sat Oct 25, 2003 12:19 pm

Transmogrifier wrote:
Absolutely Adequate wrote:I remember how excited everyone in Queens was when we signed him...and how thrilled everyone will be if insurance starts paying his salary.

What a mistake. 17 million dollars a year. 29 total homeruns. We have paid the guy almost 2 million dollars per homerun. Ugh.


The Mets never signed him. They traded for him, unless my memory is completely whacked.


You are right Trans. ;-D The Mets traded to get Vaughn and his contract.
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Postby DK » Sat Oct 25, 2003 1:05 pm

I said signed? i meant traded. aye. :*)
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Postby Lofunzo » Sat Oct 25, 2003 1:36 pm

Yeah. Both teams were looking to get rid of each player and it seemed to fit both needs at the time. The Mets even renegotiated his contract to give them a lower number in the present for future money. They are gonna remember him for a while. Hopefully, insurance will cover a big portion when he retires. I guess that the Gods are punishing them for signing Appier for something like 3 years/$30 million.
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Re: Mo Vaughn considering retirement.

Postby wrveres » Sun Oct 26, 2003 12:47 am

Madison wrote:
wrveres wrote:
Madison wrote:
Mo Vaughn - 1B - New York Mets Oct 24

Mo Vaughn, troubled by a arthritic left knee, may announce his retirement this winter.
Since he has a year remaining on his contract, Mo may do the Albert Belle thing and spend the year on the 60-day disabled list. However, it appears tthat his career is over. "I've been preparing for it for a while now, and I've had a lot of time to think about it," Vaughn said. "If it has to be that way, I'm going to be fine. I'm doing a lot of different things already. Either way I'm going to be all right." Source: Boston Herald


If he'd retire, it would save the Mets some money.......


does he have a choice.... Last I heard, After the "8th" opinion is that he was done physically.
Well he was done physically a couple of years ago, but that is a different story.
I guess he could just ride out his contract, or is he a FA? I should check but I am to lazy . :-)


Vaughn is under contract. He can sit back and collect the money. Didn't you read the article? It's right there. It's that "Karma" thing again, isn't it? :-D

Here, I'll show you again:

Madison wrote:Since he has a year remaining on his contract, Mo may do the Albert Belle thing and spend the year on the 60-day disabled list.
Source: Boston Herald.


Got it now :-D ? Lol. :*) :-b


See ..that was called being lazy, LOL I didn't even read the article...
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Re: Mo Vaughn considering retirement.

Postby Madison » Sun Oct 26, 2003 9:00 am

wrveres wrote:
Madison wrote:
wrveres wrote:
Madison wrote:
Mo Vaughn - 1B - New York Mets Oct 24

Mo Vaughn, troubled by a arthritic left knee, may announce his retirement this winter.
Since he has a year remaining on his contract, Mo may do the Albert Belle thing and spend the year on the 60-day disabled list. However, it appears tthat his career is over. "I've been preparing for it for a while now, and I've had a lot of time to think about it," Vaughn said. "If it has to be that way, I'm going to be fine. I'm doing a lot of different things already. Either way I'm going to be all right." Source: Boston Herald


If he'd retire, it would save the Mets some money.......


does he have a choice.... Last I heard, After the "8th" opinion is that he was done physically.
Well he was done physically a couple of years ago, but that is a different story.
I guess he could just ride out his contract, or is he a FA? I should check but I am to lazy . :-)


Vaughn is under contract. He can sit back and collect the money. Didn't you read the article? It's right there. It's that "Karma" thing again, isn't it? :-D

Here, I'll show you again:

Madison wrote:Since he has a year remaining on his contract, Mo may do the Albert Belle thing and spend the year on the 60-day disabled list.
Source: Boston Herald.


Got it now :-D ? Lol. :*) :-b


See ..that was called being lazy, LOL I didn't even read the article...


I know, and it was a short article! :-D It wasn't one of the long articles, this one wouldn't have taken long to read. Lol. :-D Hehe. :-b
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