AquaMan2342 wrote:I guess I've always been of the school that believes you can never have too many solid arms in your bullpen. The Angels have won for years under this premise and I for one am not going to condemn them for this signing. They always seem to be one of the more intelligent organizations in baseball and while they still need a bat, there's no reason to believe they won't eventually get it. It's not as if 17.5 is really that high of a number.
I think it's laughable that you'd consider a team who signed GMJ to 5/$55M or Hunter for 5/$90 or traded for Jon Garland to be intelligent. They've brought some good players through their system but that's it. They haven't made a real intelligent move since they signed Vlad.
I forgot to mention that I was making fun of BP and his over-analysis of Dunn's inability to play defense. My fault.
If by over-analyze you mean used numbers that you don't understand to prove a point you don't agree with, then fair enough. I really do find it fascinating how so many are willing to totally overlook an incredibly important aspect of the game. I was there once too, but I have seen the light!