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sodo1979 • 21 hours ago ?
There are way too many bloggers these days. This article is a jumbled mess. No editor would have ever published this.
Howard Megdal sodo1979 • 19 hours ago
I'll reach out to my editor here, and see what we can do to keep it from happening again. I liked it, though.
There are way too many bloggers these days.
Back in the 2007 offseason, Alex Rodriguez and the New York Yankees hastily agreed to an ill-conceived marriage
I'll fill in until a legitimate writer can be found. How it has been explained to me is that Yankees save the actual money of paying A-Rod during duration of suspension, but his full salary still counts for luxury tax purposes.
General Manager Ned Colletti [...] said the club has not discussed whether the $7.7 million in salary that Ramirez forfeits of the $25 million he was due this season would be redirected to acquire and pay for other players this year. All suspensions are without pay.
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