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"I think (our plan) is working. Yes, we got last place. Yes, we were 10 games better," Monfort said. "Yes, we had three pitchers, four starting pitchers, whose winning percentage was 61 percent. So if you had a fifth, just like the other four, and you had a bullpen that did its share of the deal, you would win 98 games. That's a lot of games."
All they need is to rotate fifty-four pitchers with 2-1 records and they'll be 108-54.
to pay $5.5 million to the MLB credit line for past loans
MLB has been loaning money to the Rockies? What the hell?
$3.5 million to cover projected revenue loss from not having the Yankees and the Red Sox play at Coors Field, series that drew huge crowds this past summer at inflated ticket prices.
That's just owners being owners--I'm more troubled by MLB throwing cash at certain teams. For what purpose? Are some teams treated more favorably than others?
Monfort also says the Rockies’ revenue is at $170 million and his rule of thumb is to spend 50% on payroll.
Beyond that, you have a bald statement that they try to spend 50% of revenue on payroll. That is very, very low for professional sports!
Bud knows how to make friends. It would be interesting to know the ins and outs of how this loan fund is used and when and by whom and for what
Gotta love the system. Bud takes money away from all teams but then allows them to borrow that money back from him, and with interest too!
Mind you, the Rockies sell premium tickets for teams like the Cubs and Cardinal's also. More than likely they'll just shift the premium tickets to another series.
Beyond that, you have a bald statement that they try to spend 50% of revenue on payroll. That is very, very low for professional sports! The NBA just had a huge lockout to get to that point,
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