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Who the #### wants Matt Wieters? Write me when he's out OPSing .750
Is Buck Showalter openly advocating MLB to collude against a player's right to sign a market value contract?
Bud would probably prefer to go to Hades and back than put $$ in the Yanks pocket.
Plus you'll need a car with a big trunk and those aren't cheap either.
Or a centaur who needs work.
Arod is the proverbial sacrificial lamb
Rodriguez’s day at the complex began around 9 a.m., when he arrived in a black Maybach. He did not wave. Once he entered the building, the reporters and the photographers moved to a nearby patch of grass beyond one of the complex’s many diamonds. It had a view of a field where Rodriguez had worked out in recent days, though “view” might be a generous description. The outfield fence, topped with thick yellow piping, was about seven feet tall.
“I have a big disadvantage because I’m short,” said Andrew Marchand, a reporter with ESPN New York between live spots on “SportsCenter.” Marchand, who is 5 feet 6 inches, was dressed in a shirt, tie and shorts. “You need to be a giraffe to see anything,” he said.
Several photographers set up shop along an old wooden fence, where there was a sign that read: Private Property. Inside were a couple of picnic tables where minor leaguers often ate. Perhaps Rodriguez would join them? The photographers aimed their lenses through a handful of openings between slats. One got dibs on a prime knothole....
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