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I thought Halladay was the best pitcher the Blue Jays ever had and he really loved playing in Toronto/Canada. When he goes into the baseball Hall Of Fame, he was planning to go in as a Blue Jay (only the 2nd player to go in as a Blue Jay after Roberto Alomar).

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Corey Kluber & Max Scherzer won the AL/NL Cy Young Award
Jose Altuve & Giancarlo Stanton won the AL/NL MVP Award
I fully didn't expect Aaron Judge to win. But only two first place votes? Uh, how about no? He eclipsed Altuve in most stats.
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Sounds like Giancarlo Stanton could be going from one "pitcher friendly" home ballpark to another-members of the San Francisco Giants organization met with representatives for Stanton yesterday. It'd be a bummer to see him go to San Fran, I'd really like to see what he could do playing his home games in a "hitter friendly" ballpark, like Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia.
 
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Yankees hire Aaron Boone as their new manager. And getting back to Giancarlo Stanton, it looks like it'll be either the Giants or Cardinals who will put the trigger on a trade for him, as his representatives have met with both teams.
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Posted - Dec 2 2017 : 7:43AM
I like Aaron Boone. But it looks like Rob Thomson won't be Boone's bench coach; he just signed on with the Phillies.
 
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Well, unless the Marlins can swing a trade with the Dodgers, Yankees, Cubs or Astros, they might be stuck with Giancarlo Stanton because those are apparently the only four teams he'll accept a trade to; he has reportedly rejected the Giants and Cardinals.
Also breaking yesterday, Japanese two-way superstar Shohei Ohtani chose to sign with the Los Angeles Angels. The initial word is that the Angels will allow him to be both a right-handed starting pitcher and a left-handed designated hitter.

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As for what the Marlins are getting: "Yankees infielder Starlin Castro would go to Miami as part of the deal, a source confirmed to ESPN after it was first reported by The Associated Press. New York would also send prospects Jorge Guzman and Jose Devers to the Marlins in the trade, according to multiple reports and first reported by the New York Post."
After a decade in which the Blue Jays, Orioles and Rays had some really good seasons that resulted in multiple playoff appearances for each, it appears the A.L. East will go back to being dominated by the Yankees and Red Sox for the foreseeable future.

 
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The Yankees will send Derek Jeter a thank you note.

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If the Stanton to NY trade goes through I believe it will become a prime example of being careful what you ask for because you might get it. Frankly I don't think Stanton has the fortitude to thrive in NYC. Not giving a fuck is a key to be a successful athlete in Gotham and Stanton does not seem to me to have that hard edge. He was adored in Miami. Yankees fans only adore players who wear single digit uniforms, and only then after they retire--plus there are no more single-digit Yankee uniforms. Stanton would have been better off in St. Louis where he would be able to make a shitton of money on top of his salary playing to baseball-savvy crowds if he just kept doing 80-90% of what he's been doing the past three years, plus he might be able to make a claim of being a storied franchise's savior.
 
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Meh, if you say so.
One thing about this lopsided trade that I'm now asking is...how is it that Derek Jeter became the CEO of the Miami Marlins? I didn't think anything of it when it first happened, but in light of this trade, this whole arrangement seems a bit shady.

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^ I think it makes great financial sense in the long run. You get rid of an albatross contract on an injury-prone player at a point where you can still get some value back. We'll see in the long run. In the short run it looks like the Marlins got took. But that depends on Stanton being able to stay on the field more than 100 games each in the next 2-3 seasons. Would you go to Vegas and put money on that? The only way I would put money on it is if I am spending yours. If I have to spend my own dough, no fucking way.
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Don't make sweeping generalizations. "Fans" who participate in that shit are hardly fans at all.
 
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Sure, I get the "fire sale" part of it, the Marlins franchise traditionally does one of these about every 5 years. But beyond that, it's hard to believe that the franchise is "hundreds of millions of dollars" in debt, especially when considering Florida taxpayers footed the bill for that goofy ballpark of theirs. Plus, there seems to be some indication that this ownership group isn't as wealthy as one buying an MLB franchise should be, that maybe the league pushed through the franchise purchase just so the "golden boy" got a prominent position in the league. Maybe a Frank McCourt-like fiasco will result from this situation, too.
As for the possibility of Stanton being injured, they're going to make him their DH, right? I know he's actually a pretty good right fielder, but that is the same spot Aaron Judge has been playing.
 
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It took them a while, but as expected, the Boston Red Sox signed J.D. Martinez. Also in this past week, for some reason, the San Diego Padres decided to sign Eric Hosmer to a massive 8-year deal.

Edited by - Mass Facialties on 2/21/2018 2:39:29 AM
 
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Part of the reasoning for building the new ballpark is it would eliminate team's need for another fire sale. Marlins were going to behave like a real major league team. Well, forget about that.
Who will be the Yankees DH ? They've gone with the rotating DH in recent times. If Sanchez performs as poorly on defense as he did last year, he's likely to spend some time DHing. As for Stanton's outfield defense, told by a regular Marlin watcher he moves well, but misjudges his fair share of balls. Also, read Judge has being taking flies in CF. Well, they've got plenty of choices out there.
 
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Posted - Mar 29 2018 : 1:26AM
Today is Opening Day of the 2018 season. Red Sox begin things against the Rays & then Marlins down there. Both opponents are suppose to stink and the weather (indoors) is sure to be perfect. Traditionally, Opening Day & the Masters golf tournament(next week) signify the start of Spring in the sports world. Yes, I think I can hear the birds chirping.
 
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Posted - Mar 29 2018 : 11:08PM
This season feels all too predictable-Nationals, Cubs, Dodgers, Indians and Astros will all win their divisions while the Red Sox and Yankees will slug it out for the A.L. East with the other division teams (Orioles, Blue Jays and Rays) serving as their doormats. The only thing "up for grabs" is the Wild Card, the two spots in the N.L. and just one in the A.L. since Boston or New York will surely occupy one of them. With that being said, trying to predict a World Series matchup is a total crapshoot, as it always is in this day and age. The Nationals are the only "sure thing" division winner that I can't see actually making the World Series.
As for my Phillies, while some are predicting them to be one of the "surprise" teams of this season, I'd just like to see them be a .500 team. They've got some promising players in the lineup and starting rotation, but a shaky bullpen and first time manager Gabe Kapler could cost 'em some games...like today's season opener. Phils were up 5-0 in the bottom of the 6th in Atlanta when Kapler inexplicably pulled starter Aaron Nola (5 1/3 scoreless innings, 68 pitches) with one out and a runner on second; the bullpen proceeded to blow the game. Also perplexing was Kapler's decision to not play outfielder Odubel Herrera (arguably the team's best player for the past two seasons) at all in the very first game of the season.

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Detroit got rained out today. Who could have thought there would be rain and cold in Detroit in March?

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Every year, opening day is exciting, then the Mets always proceed to shit on my hopes and dreams. I need this fucking pitching staff to stay healthy dammit.
 
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Reading various sites, the predictions for the Metropolitans this year are all over the place. Some think last year's result (70-92) is more indicative of what the team is now, while others believe it was just a "tough luck" year for them and are picking them to bounce back and be a Wild Card team in 2018.
As for my Phillies...it's starting to feel like this new guy, Gabe Kapler, is in over his head. The Phillies lost in Atlanta tonight, 15-2. Among the "lowlights" of this one, Kapler walked to the mound to make a pitching change in the 3rd inning...turns out that the reliever he was signaling for hadn't even started warming up yet! Reliever Hoby Milner had to frantically make a couple throws in the bullpen before running out to the mound, and by the time he got there, he was only allowed five warmup pitches. As the game went on and the score got worse, the Phils had to resort to a position player off the bench pitching the bottom of the 8th because every relief pitcher had either been used already or was unavailable due to heavy workloads in the two prior games. "Worshipping at the altar of analytics" has been disastrous thus far for the Phils.
 
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Posted - Apr 18 2018 : 12:09AM
Japanese pitching & hitting phenom Shohei Ohtani had his 1st rough outing on the mound tonight. He was wild with the breaking pitches & the Red Sox knocked him around a bit. Actual left game due to blister. He does throw hard.
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Red Sox are looking like they're going to run away with the A.L. East. I can't believe they got no-hit by that Sean Manaea of the Oakland A's Saturday night; Boston came into that game riding an 8-game winning streak. By the way, even though we're not even a full month into the season, the Red Sox have already hit 5 grand slams.

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That ended well for them the past two seasons...
 
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More bad news for the struggling (12-15) Dodgers: SS Corey Seager needs Tommy John surgery and is out for the season.
 
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Albert Pujols just got his 3,000th career hit, becoming the 32nd player to join the 3,000 hit club. The following icon probably best exemplifies the national interest for this momentous achievement:

It's also worth noting that, as if the Angels haven't paid him enough already, Pujols gets another $3 million for this achievement because it was an added incentive to that massive 10-year contract of his.
Also tonight...in the first game of a 3-game series between the Dodgers and Padres in Monterrey, Mexico, the Dodgers just completed a combined no-hitter. Rookie Walker Buehler started and completed the first 6 innings, and then there were three relievers who each pitched an inning to complete the combined no-hitter.

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^I hope Pujols passes A-Rod in hits & homeruns!

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Pujols and Aaron are the only members of this club---3000 + hits, 600+ home runs and 600+ doubles

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Pujols is arguably the greatest RH hitter ever. A complete anomaly.
I think Robinson Cano will be next for 3000H.
 
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Hmm, you could be right. Doing a quick search, I see Cano has just passed 2,400 hits. He turns 36 this year, but that massive 10-year contract he signed with the Mariners doesn't end until 2023. Crazy to think how irrelevant and forgotten he's become since signing with them, not to mention the fact that Seattle's longest-in-the-league playoff drought continues with him.

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^Also, Miguel Cabrera should get there (2600+ hits & signed thru 2023) but his body has deteriorated so I'm unsure.
 
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Yet another no-hitter tonight: James Paxton of the Seattle Mariners (9 IP, 0 H, 3 BB) against the Toronto Blue Jays. The Canadian born pitcher did it in Canada, too. 6 weeks into the season and there have been 3 no-hitters already.
Two weeks after making this post...the Yankees have won 16 of their last 17 games and are now tied with the Red Sox for first place in the A.L. East.

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The AL Central continues to underwhelm with every team under .500. Somebody check with the stats geeks to see if every team in a division has been under water this late in a season.

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Not such a big deal considering his contract is up after this season. They apparently did it to make way for Dustin Pedroia's return.

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^^ It's been quite a while since I've tuned into a game Hanley Ramirez was playing in where he looked in the least bit interested.
 
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If Hanley got a certain number of plate appearances this year (think 475), it activated a clause in his contract. He would then return to the Red Sox next year at a salary of 22 million. That was always in doubt. Still, I'm surprised they dumped him now. He had a very productive April before falling off the cliff in May. I see a ton of Sox games and Hanley has lost some bat speed the last couple of years.
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.330/.400/.474 in April
.163/.200/.300 in May

He'll definitely clear waivers before going somewhere else. I can't see any team wanting a piece of that contract with the vesting option for next season in play.

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Today, 7/11 aka Slurpee™ Day, was Babe Ruth's first day in the major leagues. He was pitching for the Red Sox that year. The year was 1914.
Edited by - Leyden on 7/12/2018 1:48:20 AM
 
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The All-Star fesitivites just came and went, how 'bout a look at the league at the break:
American League
As expected, the Red Sox, Yankees and Astros are kicking ass, they're all on pace for 100+ wins. It's no surprise that the Indians have a comfortable lead in the Central (7.5 games), but they're clearly not as good as they've been in years past. It helps, for them, that everyone else in their division really sucks-the 2nd place Twins are 6 games under .500 and everyone else is 16+ games under .500. The negative change for the Indians has been the decline of their bullpen-it's gone from one of the best in baseball to one of the worst. As for surprises in the A.L., look to the West and the Mariners and Athletics. Seattle is 20 games above .500, they have a 3.5 game lead on the A's for the second Wild Card spot. The A's are 13 games over .500 and look to be the only current non-playoff team that can challenge for one of those WC spots. One other team worth mentioning...the Los Angeles Angels are once again nothing more than mediocre. Despite the addition of that Japanese sensation, Shohei Ohtani, the Angels are not going to the playoffs, making for yet another season in which "the best player in baseball", Mike Trout, does not play in the postseason.
National League
I don't expect any team in the N.L. to win the World Series - Red Sox, Yankees and Astros are "head and shoulders" above any N.L. team, as far as I'm concerned - but it's certainly turning out to be the more compelling and unpredictable league. In the East, the upstart Phillies and Braves are battling for first, while the favorite Nationals have scuffled. They're just .500 right now and sit 5 games back of both Philly and Atlanta. Despite a "best in franchise history" start to the season, the Mets got bad real fast and sit in last place. In the Central, it's no surprise that the Cubs are in first, but the Brewers being able to hang with them (just 2.5 games back) is a bit of a surprise. The Cardinals have been mediocre and just canned their manager; kind of surprising that this organization, in particular, would fire their manager in the middle of the season. Out west, it's no surprise that the Dodgers and Diamondbacks are neck-and-neck for first, but the Rockies are just two behind and the Giants, despite a roster that is full of "past their prime" players, are somehow in playoff contention. The Brewers and Braves hold the WC spots right now, but there are 6 teams within 5.5 games or less of the second spot.
 
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Damn it, looks like the Dodgers have won the Manny Machado sweepstakes. Unlike "Lebron to Philly," I was actually optimistic about "Machado to the Phillies."
 
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I'm a Red Sox fan. It's been a wonderful 1st 98 games. They aren't getting past Yanks or Astros without pitching help. They have little down on the farm to trade & luxury tax issues.
Yankees have the ammunition to help their starting pitching questions & anything else they want to do.
Astros bullpen came up short when they faced Boston & NY earlier this year. Guarantee they'll add something.
Andrew Miller is going on a rehab assignment. If he comes back & is in good form, that's a game changer for the Tribe. Of course, they'll probably pitch him until his arm falls off, but that's another story.
Wow, there are a number of dreadful teams in the American League. Amazing with all the young "talent" the Rangers brought up a couple years ago, what a crappy team they put out on the field. Their defense was putrid in a recent series in Boston.
 
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It should be easier for Boston to address their need (bullpen) than it will be the Yankees to address theirs (starting pitching) as the trade deadline approaches. There should be a lot more (good) bullpen arms available than there will be starting pitching. I mean, it looks like the Yankees, at best, might be able to get a suddenly-struggling J.A. Happ from the Blue Jays or a past-his-prime Cole Hamels from the Rangers. Pitching aside, I'd take the lineup that puts the ball in play more and strikes out less, and that is Boston's lineup. Watching J.D. Martinez tear it up in Boston makes me wonder why the hell the Phillies didn't sign him - or at least make a push for him - last offseason. Instead, they took a flyer on Carlos Santana and he's been a fuckin' disappointment.

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The Yankees only need 1 competent starter behind Severino/Tanaka/Sabathia for the playoffs (assuming they make it). Gray won't be included. Boston has their own problems; because outside of Sale, I don't see any of their starters as threatening. Price gets shelled by the Yankees and Porcello has regressed significantly. I'm certainly not afraid of their rotation. Also, J.D. Martinez wasn't pursued by other clubs because he was on the wrong side of 30 and is a defensive liability. He's on a torrid pace this season, no doubt. But I'll easily take Judge/Stanton over him in regards to the future.
Anyways, you're a Phillies fan! Don't you need starting pitching (and a infield bat)? I heard J.A. Happ was rumored to you guys as well.
 
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"Also, J.D. Martinez wasn't pursued by other clubs because he was on the wrong side of 30 and is a defensive liability."
This is why I've always hated the designated hitter in the American League-it gives the clubs in that league an unfair advantage over National League teams when it comes to pursuing "great bat/bad fielding" guys like J.D. Martinez. Furthermore, I think the difference in the rules gives A.L. teams, more often than not, an unfair advantage in the World Series, too. Either give the N.L. the DH too or eliminate it in the A.L., but the rules of the game should be the same for all 30 MLB teams.

As for my Phils, yeap, their in the hunt for a bat (preferably SS/3B) and pitching. I think they're more likely to go after a bullpen arm than a starter. A consistent bat is actually what they need most, though. If they maintain this same day-to-day mediocre lineup, I'm not sure they're going to be able to hang around with the Braves and Nationals late.

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^I hear you. David Ortiz was another who benefited heavily from it. I've been a proponent of bringing the DH to the N.L. for a long time - pitchers hitting is just silly to me. They're either automatic outs or potential injury risks. Sure, there's some exceptions like Madison Bumgarner or Zack Greinke who hit really well, but overall I've always found it to be pretty pointless.
You guys should use Seranthony Dominguez as your closer. I heard Kapler likes juggling his bullpen arms, so no specific role has been set in stone.
 
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I'm surprised to see you mention Seranthony Dominguez. Yeah, he was called up in May and he certainly has "closer's stuff." With the return of veteran reliever Pat Neshek, I hope Kapler restores some order to the bullpen, maybe by making Dominguez the closer and Neshek the 8th inning guy. They've done fine to this point, but Kapler can't be "wingin' it" when it comes to the bullpen if they're in a pennant race later this season. Considering the bullpen inconsistencies, lackluster hitting and just plain bad fielding, it's a wonder that this team is where it is right now.

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I originally learned of Dominguez from Fantasy Baseball. Also, the 3-game series the Yankees & Phillies had at the end of June. I remember he effortlessly shut the door in the 9th during one of those games. I'm guessing Kapler likes judging it based off hitter-pitcher matchups, but that's not always foolproof. Looking at some stats - the Phils offense is definitely a bit paltry. I actually like your rotation though. Nola is great, Arrieta is still relatively solid when he's "on", and I like the strikeout ability of Vince Velasquez. Zach Eflin has also been a nice surprise for you guys. It won't be easy with the Braves breathing down your neck (0.5 GB at the moment) but barring any huge collapse you should be able to make a decent run. Pick up another capable bat and you'll be good to go.
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