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Scott Boras describes Max Scherzer as a guy that “fits” into a classic Yankees championship rotation.
If pitcher arms are really like autos, I’m assuming Boras will offer Scherzer along with a 1000 innings pitched warranty.
Boras has told me once the trade market fully clarifies, Scherzer will be pursued robustly based on the comparative lack of wear and tear on the righty’s special arm. So it is near certain Scherzer will not sign during the Winter Meetings.
On of my favorite radio shows is MLB Network’s Front Office. The show features interviews with GMs every week. Today they had an interview with Scott Boras in which they asked him about the Bosch accusations. He answered very lawyerly. It would be interesting to see how he answers the same questions under oath. Now nobody knows the facts of the accusations yet. To find out, the matter needs a full, credible, and comprehensive investigation as the idea that Boras’ agency would be completely in ...Read More...
Biogenesis founder Anthony Bosch told federal investigators earlier this year that top sports agent Scott Boras orchestrated a meeting to help fabricate medical records and concoct a cover story to explain a failed drug test by Boras client Manny Ramirez, according to two sources with direct knowledge of the claims.
“But if this is a performance-driven industry as it should be, Bryant deserves the callup, based on performance,” said Boras. “What’s best for the player, what’s best for the team in 2015? The goal here is trying to make the team the best it can be in 2015. And what can you do to ready him for that?”
From Boras’ point of view, he’s just trying to get his client to the ultimate stage for baseball players. And one does wonder if Bryant isn’t at least a bit irked he won’t get ...
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