There were nine teams in Major League Baseball with payrolls of $100 million-plus. Four of those -- Yankees, Tigers, Cardinals, Giants -- are the ones left in the League Championship Series.
And from the national (New York/Boston) baseball media, you will neither read nor hear a peep about this.
It's completely acceptable to them. It's the norm. It's the natural order of things, that the Yankees and Red Sox and others start out with an incredible financial advantage. It means their owners care. It means their fans care. It means they're doing their best, unlike those freeloading bottom-feeders awaiting welfare checks.
shafnutz05 wrote:MWB wrote:Everyone is making money, so no one is going to complain.
yup...and it sucks
shafnutz05 wrote:Just from my eyeball I thought Cano was safe easily at first there.
MWB wrote:shafnutz05 wrote:Just from my eyeball I thought Cano was safe easily at first there.
I thought he was out before I saw the replay. The umps almost always get that one right.
DudeMan2766 wrote:Watching Pens- Caps 24/7 (comming up on 2 years old mind you) and I'm now twice as glad the Nationals lost.
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