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Thoughts.....Dec. 8th.

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Postby Madison » Wed Dec 21, 2005 1:58 am

redjake wrote:OK, so now we have Padilla, Eaton and from what I hear we actually may go after Millwood pretty hard. If we get him (for what will undoubtedly be at a ridiculous amount) I can't help but wonder what our rotation would look like if we had offered Rogers arbitration.

It doesn't bother me that we didn't sign old man Rogers. Too much money, and I don't believe he will be worth it next year, if he was still in Ameriquest. Going to Detroit will help him since it's a bigger ballpark.

Getting Millwood would help us though. Not sure that's going to happen, but we'll see. B-)
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Postby crapshooter » Mon Jan 16, 2006 11:36 am

Millwood was the best pitcher signing the Rangers have made in a long while. I'm not convinced he will have a great year but he has to be better than what they've went with the past few years
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