Torridd

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  1. Thanks, Chuck. Just seeing this. Stir crazy in the so-called epicenter of the coronavirus, here in NYC, but healthy. So far I don't know anyone who has it. I'll go with the cliche though: "We'll get through this together."
  2. They're featured at 7 PM ET on MLB Tonight.
  3. I found this. https://newyork.cbslocal.com/2017/03/17/mlb-pitching-injuries/
  4. ... as far as arm/surgery issues than other teams? I was just wondering if that's so then players may think twice about playing for us.
  5. Sheehan: The Angels are paying their hitters $136 million and supporting that with a $27 million pitching staff. This says it all.
  6. Maybe we don't understand each other. I'm saying the Angels have been snakebit in these situations the last few years and despite if the guy isn't injury-prone the organization tends to have problems with these acquisitions.
  7. That's not the point. The issue is that for these bargain basement deals something invariably appears.
  8. Yes, injuries happen, but ultimately you have to consider the Angels' current philosophy in acquiring these bit players. As in life, you generally get what you're paid for.
  9. It looks like that's the issue. The Players Assoc., whoever's in charge of it, never thought that the league as a whole would be against the Astros so they did what they always do, protect the union as a whole.