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Asked by a fan when Napoli would be signed, Cherington offered, "Hopefully soon."
I still don't see how it doesn't get done. If Napoli wanted to play somewhere else, or was receiving better offers, he'd be gone. The only read on the situation that makes sense to me is that it just happens to be taking forever to hash out specific language when both sides have generally agreed on the outline of a deal.
I think this is right, I'm just tired and cranky waiting for it. Plus the little league team I coach isn't going to get the pitcher with the cute mom we wanted to get. It's a rough week.
Given that he's always wrong, if John Farrell isn't concerned, Sox fans should be very concerned.
Is this media just filling space and band-width? As long as he signs before he must report to spring training, does anyone care whether the signing day is January 10 or January 31? Would we have known this "issue" (if it even amounts to an issue) even existed, 20 years ago?
Always something I thought would be fun, but I pretty much have to wait until I have a Little League-age kid to get into it, right?
I am interested in hearing more about this (especially given that I wholeheartedly agree with ). Always something I thought would be fun, but I pretty much have to wait until I have a Little League-age kid to get into it, right?
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