Post by ViNSaNiTy15UnC9 on Aug 15, 2004 3:01:48 GMT -5
It's hard to become a dynasty in NCAA baseball. They don't get to give out many scholarships so its hard unless you can find the smart/ athletic players or just players who pay their way there. If you lose like 5-6 starters in a season it is really tough to bounce back because depth is very rare.
Post by ViNSaNiTy15UnC9 on Nov 4, 2004 19:59:19 GMT -5
On a DRay board it has a post about how Nomar says he wants to play 2B for the Yankees. Getting him, Beltran, and a Radke type pitcher would make this team wow. Yeah the payroll would be like 220, but wow. Stein said pitching is his #1 priority but with unlimited payroll I can't see him not signin Nomar to get back at the BoSox.
Post by ViNSaNiTy15UnC9 on Oct 31, 2004 10:31:10 GMT -5
I think Beltran, Carl Pavano, and maybe Brad Radke. I'm 90% sure they will get Beltran and Pavano. I'm sure they will get another pitcher and I heard they like Radke. I'm sure they will find some bullpen help also, but no real superstars out there so they might just pick up a few solid bullpen people to help out overall.
Post by ViNSaNiTy15UnC9 on Oct 30, 2004 23:16:16 GMT -5
Tim Hudson is one of the best pitchers in the L. He is on the Oakland pitching staff and is kind of overshadowed by Zito. He had sort of a rough year and heard in trade rumors, but he wont go anywhere. I don't think he is a FA tho is he? He is only like 26-27 tho. So yes he is still young.
Post by ViNSaNiTy15UnC9 on Oct 23, 2004 17:51:41 GMT -5
I hope the Cards win... The RedSox are like 1 bigtime player away from Yanks payroll so... Plus hitters cost more then pitchers and Yankees have the better hitters while RedSox have better pitchers so they should have a lower budget.
Post by ViNSaNiTy15UnC9 on Oct 16, 2004 19:26:12 GMT -5
Bonds trainer admitted he used a undetectable steroid last season. Right there proves everything I said about him and why I wouldn't want him to hold the all-time HR record. He cheats to get to the top, I would def. rather see Ruth and Aaron above a cheater.
Post by ViNSaNiTy15UnC9 on Oct 17, 2004 17:36:08 GMT -5
I told all my friends it would be 7 or 4... But I thought it was going to be 7 before 4 so I went with 7. I knew the Sox players emotions would be crushed by being swept or losing by like a GW hit or HR in the bottom of the 9th in game 7.