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Breaking: Arenado signs extension with Rockies 8/$255+


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15 minutes ago, jordan said:

 

Was really hoping Angels would get a chance to get him next year. But glad to see him stay a Rockie. 

 

I think this is the barometer for a Trout extension, not Harper or Machado. 

A Trout-Arenado-Ohtani core would have been nice to dream about but glad he is staying in Colorado.  Agree that this could be a Trout contract road map... 

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53 minutes ago, Dtwncbad said:

Wait how is this possible when the Angels were all set to go after him instead of these other 26 year old studs that were actually literally available NOW?

Two in the bush just flew away.

i dont even want to know hat happens here if Cole re-ups with Hou, next off season already blown with that bush...

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2 hours ago, JarsOfClay said:

Callaspo career OPS+ 92

Arenado career Road OPS+ 79

You're right it is a ridiculous comparison, Callaspo was way better.

No.  Just...no.  You're not looking at it correctly.  The figures you're quoting for Arenado aren't OPS+.  They're for RELATIVE OPS+, meaning within that players OPS, how much of it comes from home vs. road.  The ABSOLUTE road OPS for Arenado (.787) is still way better than Callaspo (.685).

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1 hour ago, m0nkey said:

Trick question because he wasn’t a FA.

There are plenty of people here who are convinced that Trout won't sign an extension because he wants to play for a winning team on the East Coast. This is based on nothing but speculation.

I'd think that the same would apply to Arenado. He's not Trout, but he would have had many suitors (including the Dodgers, a winning team in the region where he's from) had he waited a year and tested free agency.

 

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