Idoit40fans wrote:If theyre smart
Rocco wrote:The Cards have signed Drug Cheat Jhonny Peralta. 4 years, $52M. It pays to cheat.
Troy Loney wrote:Right or wrong, I think that Maddux coming up the same year as Glavine might impact the voters' decisons. Maddux is basically a no brainer first ballot guy. They'll probably not vote glavine in just to differentiate the quality difference between the two.
Totally baseless opinion on my part, admittadly. But if anything, the people that vote for the baseball hall of fame are jerkwads that like to do things like that.
beerman wrote:Idoit40fans wrote:shafnutz05 wrote:http://www.deseretnews.com/article/700033650/Hanley-Ramirez-gets-stern-advice-from-Andre-Dawson-Tony-Perez.htmlThe door closed, and Andre Dawson looked directly into Hanley Ramirez's eyes.
"I'm not going to say a lot, because if you say the wrong the thing to me, then you might wind up on the floor on your rear end," Dawson said with Tony Perez standing by his side in a coach's office at Sun Life Stadium.
Awesome...I love seeing two legends put a little snot-nosed **** head in his place.
lulz. I doubt it "put him in his place". If he doesn't face injuries, his career is going to dwarf both of theirs. He's probably a jerk, but if these problems the last few days aren't blown out of proportion, then he knows he's about to have a drastically better career than either of those two and he probably didn't see much significance in those two yelling at him.
Yep, he knows he can get away with it and nobody will really care. Even if he ends up pissing enough people in Florida off and they decide to move him they'll be a line of teams willing to take him on, he'd probably end up in a better situation anyway. I don't think this will bother him a bit.
Beveridge wrote:There are writers who take it upon themselves not to vote for a certain player so they don't get unanimous (because nobody ever has).
I wish ballots were public record and make them defend their votes.
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