Jeff Fletcher

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  1. I actually asked him point blank last September about his .300 average and he said he doesn’t care. I’m sure he cares, but not enough to give up all that money.
  2. Yeah. Sorry guys. I don’t know what’s happened. The offense is kind of slumping.
  3. I actually moved him up in Saturday's lineup, because Upton and Pujols are both getting the day off.
  4. Everyone has a theory on when things will happen but it’s all just guesswork. No one has any idea.
  5. Except if you’ve got coronavirus on your hands AFTER you wash them then something is wrong that has nothing to do with the dryer.
  6. I think it would be super weird at first, but you'd get used to it. It would beat the alternative of no baseball. Maybe the TV broadcast would add crowd noises like the laugh track on a sitcom. I also don't think they'd do it for the whole season. If they didn't think it would be safe play with fans at all in 2020, they probably wouldn't play at all, but if they thought it would be safe for fans in July, but could get a 2-3 week head start by playing without fans in June, that would be a more likely scenario.
  7. Well I don't have to be on there as much these days, so I do try to disconnect from it more often.
  8. I figured this one early. You just can't keep reading the doomsday scenarios. Once you get to the point where you realize it's a serious thing and you need to take all the precautions they say, there's not much else you can do, so there's not much benefit in constantly reading the horror stories. Mental health is important. I also am trying to RT whenever I read encouraging news, like about scientific advances that give hope. I want to give equal time to that stuff. If you think about it, there is probably the most brainpower in the history of the earth concurrently working to address one problem. That's my reason for hope.
  9. In writing the story I was surprised to see the Angels won that game, and in pretty exciting fashion. They came from behind and Percival retired Alomar, Thome and Manny in order to hold a 1-run lead in the 9th.
  10. I actually am not sure how they are doing that. I just give them the lineup and starting pitcher. I don't know how many guys they have on the roster, but I think it's clearly more than 26.
  11. I think May 13 was probably going to be his debut. They wanted to pitch him on Wednesdays in the first half because they have a lot of Thursday off days, and May 13 is the Wednesday closest to mid May.
  12. You want Fletcher to play every day, right???? And La Stella didn't start the first game, so I had to put him in the 2nd game.
  13. One of the reasons is that anyone who gets hurt while on the major league roster has to go on the major league IL. So if Luke Bard is throwing a bullpen to his brother-in-law on a college mound in Kansas or something, and he blows out his elbow, he would have to go on the major league IL and collect major league service time and salary the whole time. Also, it's worth noting that whenever the season does start, I would assume they will have rosters expanded beyond 26. Just because someone doesn't look to fit on the opening day roster today, he may still be on it by actual opening day.