Re: And leading off for the Mets...
- From: ruben safir <ruben@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 11 Dec 2011 05:20:58 -0500
On 12/10/2011 07:37 PM, montygraham wrote:
Also, and I don't know if I'm the first to use the term, but I want
high MLBIQ players on this team. That means you make adjustments when
necessary (so that means good bye to Wright), you take into account
how a pitcher is likely to change tactics in a "clutch" situation,
etc. You can't determine MLBIQ just by statistics - you need to watch
the games. Listening to the manager and coaches is another aspect of
MLBIQ, and it's not clear how many of those kinds of players aqe on
the Mets right now.
> >The major issue for me is why Sandy didn't do this last year. Reyes
> >could have brought in quite a bit, but look at what they got for him.
> >Apparently, there were decent offers for Wright as well.
Where do you come up with this nonsense? Exactly who was willing to
trade anything of value to rent Jose Reyes for half a season? And
what were these supposedly "decent" offers for David Wright?
I'm calling you on your bullshit. Either provide us with real
sources for these claims or admit once and for all that you're a lying
piece of crap.
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