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  1. NBA set the bar. And really it's no longer just about Seattle. MLB will announce an "indefinite" delay within 48 hours.
  2. Sounds like he's going to end up on the IL
  3. Looks like Tatis is hitting the IL.
  4. Rutschman is unconscious. .429/.576/.800/14 HR/51 RBI/54 BB/28 SO https://www.gazettetimes.com/sports/beavers-sports/baseball/osu-baseball-rutschman-s-mammoth-slam-highlights-beavers--/article_ead5c1b8-a818-5345-9e06-78222ee9b14b.html
  5. A day or two after Bichette had his hand broken on a pitch, one would think the Jays wouldn't test fate with his call-up imminent. I mean, seriously. His participation in any more games at this level is absolutely pointless.
  6. Between Harper and Machado, I wonder if their massive contracts are becoming detrimental to their psyches. I won't include Trout because he's on another plane from these guys, and he consistently produces when he's in the lineup. Thought experiment: Would you rather make $300 million and fade into mediocrity, or make $30 million and have a legit Hall of Fame career?
  7. The only reason i can think of that he hasn't been promoted yet is if they're working on a massive contract. Otherwise, this is mountains of idiocy.
  8. May as well wait for the homestand at this point. The Jays aren't going anywhere with that lineup.
  9. Brujan -- singled, stole 2nd and 3rd. Up to 6 SBs, hitting a ridiculous .429
  10. Okay, I know the home run rate in baseball is insane now (I'm not hearing the plink of aluminum, so it must be the baseballs), but he has the raw power to overcome any future <ahem> adjustments to the Rawlings. It's just fun to watch. And meanwhile, Acuna went 460 feet in the same game.
  11. Feels like Robbie Ray 2.0 As others mentioned, relying on two pitches ain't gonna cut it.
  12. I always thought I'd regret trading him after the 2016 World Series. Never thought I was selling him at the top. Did he just reach the summit too quick, and now he's bored? I'd rather not think that, because he seems like a really decent guy. This decision could end up aging very badly: https://www.bleachernation.com/2018/10/10/report-cubs-offered-kris-bryant-extension-well-north-of-200-million-but-bryant-declined/
  13. On the bright side, he's the ultimate ultimate buy low candidate.
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