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- Wed Nov 22, 2017 4:28 pm
- Forum: Transactions
- Topic: ITT: Raisin & Tom/King Kong Obsess Over Shohei Ohtani
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Is it a forgone conclusion that he’ll go to the team with the most IFA money to spend (ie Yankees)? If not, how would a deal be structured for a team like the Cubs?
I assume they would offer a few options - the more the Marlins eat of the contract, they can select 2-3 of the following players. The less the Marlins eat, they get 1-2, and so on.
- Sun Nov 19, 2017 8:24 pm
- Forum: Other Sports
- Topic: Week 11: John Fox*s Bears vs Detroit Sunday noon on Fox
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Damn that sucks
The Giants made an offer for Stanton and are willing to take on a good chunk of his contract according to Rosenthal Given that the Cubs aren't getting him, I could definitely live with Stanton in San Francisco. Wait...you're gonna live with Stanton in SF? :) If he goes to StL, the contract would im...
these are jesse rogers's opinions (as opposed to him reporting who tomorrow's starting pitcher is, which he can at least sort of do) so the correct way to look at them is to expect the opposite to be true Either way, its a very lackluster off season, in my mind. The main point was, what if that IS ...
In a straight up trade scenario, why would the Cubs trade a cost controlled player from the roster (Happ) for Britton? Britton is arb eligible in 2018 and a FA in 2019.
I’ve read a couple articles that say something to the effect of: StL is willing to send their top pitching prospect (Weaver).
Well no horsefeathers - I would think it’ll be a minimum of 2 top pitching prospects + others.