Havok1517 wrote: metsfan12 wrote:
Nothing personal taken at all but to say something is incorrect when its practically impossible to be so at this point is without doubt incorrect in itself.
Just because no one knows doesn't mean your list can't be incorrect. It is assumed that the list is meant to represent the order in which pitchers are most likely to take over as closer as of right now. If someone is cleary more likely to be the closer than that would make your list incorrect. Some of it that you recently changed was quite obvious. I think your replies have become more and more defensive and those replies are only going to keep people from discussing and debating to some degree, which is not good for your thread IMO.
Not really, I do my best to keep the thread updated as best as I can. I think its the best because I maintain it regularly, unlike most closer threads and people with 1st hand knowledge regarding their teams post updates of closer happenings right after they hear it. Different opinions give people reading and me other view points to consider, which is welcomed. But just stating that something in incorrect without stating what that person thinks is incorrect is counter-productive.
Okay, lets end the bickering and continue the closer talk.
Don't mean to continue this either, but it's not like Havok makes commission off this thread. This is a free service somebody updates for the benefit of the public. Either use it or don't, but let's try to remain as constructive as possible.
In other news; Lindstrom, Devine, and Perez are all throwing off the mound again. If you already have drafted one of these 3, I wouldn't drop them just yet.
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