Palomar

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  1. There's only one reason for someone who keeps changing their story. They are lying....trying to come up with the most believable excuse. Yep it is the same deny, deflect, and attack the accuser thing liars do. I imagine at some point in the season, reporters will be TOLD they cant bring up the situation at all. It will be their fault to not just let it go. If they handled it better and took more responsibility it would be easier to let it go.
  2. The apologies for the most part seem generic, forced, or using the company line saying what the "team" did was wrong. Not very much remorse or personal responsibility is being shown. This will not go away anytime soon. The players will be asked about this time and time again during after game interviews, etc. The ones with attitudes about it will definitely have targets on them.
  3. Maybe a prospect the Angels did not want in the deal could also factor into the decision.
  4. NO pitcher should be signed for 8 years....even 7 years especially for that $$$. Disaster in waiting.
  5. Hell, yes! I can see going as a non-political honor/celebration no matter how you feel, but wearing that hat changes the whole vibe and makes it about Trump instead of the Nationals. Disappointed with Suzuki.
  6. There's free speech and then there is just being an idiot telling the world your twisted thoughts, thinking that there are no consequences.
  7. I believe the Skaggs family said that an employee could be involved and it was being investigated. The cartoon makes it seem like the whole organization is part of a coverup, players and management.
  8. Speculation that Angel players and/or the organization has some direct kind of culpability in Tyler's death. It's like everyone is suspect or responsible in the organization according to the cartoon. There may be someone in the organization who knew Tyler was taking pain pills but ultimately Tyler made the decision he did to mix with alcohol.
  9. I believe in free speech most definitely but this is just irresponsible. At least have the balls to write a scathing article instead! Speculation is now all over the place and that is not helping, only hurting the situation, the team, and Tyler's family.
  10. It's really hard to speculate until we know who or IF there is an Angel employee involved. One thing is the truth always comes out. You would think his wife would know if he was taking pain pills even if it was just for a period of time after surgery. But fentanyl is not something typically prescribed so something nefarious went down. Still Tyler is a smart guy and would know the risks.
  11. I like Victor and Gubi together.....especially when then go off the grid a bit. Terry and Gubi not exactly the same thing. But compared to a lot of the other homers elsewhere at least all of our broadcasters are tolerable and give credit to the opposing team.