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wrveres wrote:Am I the only won who sees the humor in ...
"A Yankee Fan failing to understand why another team won't spend money"
They will never figure it out ..... .... ... never.
wrveres wrote:I understand what you are saying.... but as was pointed out earlier ... You have to give to get ... Be it a prospect or be it money. Not every team has the flexabilty that you, as a fan, have become used to ....
DK wrote:Are we starting another mountain again?
Lofunzo wrote:wrveres wrote:I understand what you are saying.... but as was pointed out earlier ... You have to give to get ... Be it a prospect or be it money. Not every team has the flexabilty that you, as a fan, have become used to ....
I am expressing this because I feel for the fans of the Mariners who have been close, maybe closer than they will be in the coming years, and they haven't even made a move, any move, to improve themselves. If they made the playoffs, then putting a few hundred K into your team would come back and then some. I understand that other teams can't go out and get a Schilling like the Yankees but how about anything? Even KC made a move for someone like Leskanic. I am saying that Seattle could have made a move like that if their hands were tied a bit, which I don't believe.
I believe that the Marlins showed this year that even a few moves can make the difference because there is no way that they make their run if not for the Conine, Urbina, etc. moves that they made. Those moves lifted their spirits and also gave them a nice security blanket when Looper forgot how to close games late in the season.
Transmogrifier wrote:I find myself agreeing with Lofunzo, strangely enough. While no one can do what the Yanks do--give up their best prospects for minimal gain--the M's could have done something to get a bat.
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