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Posted: 11/9/2011 1:54:04 PM

p.fielder 7 years 175 million - chicago cubs or

texas rangers if they can move m.young and his 12 and 13 million for the next 2 seasons as beltre is at 3rd and fielder would be 1st base and DH

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Posted: 11/9/2011 4:10:16 PM

Man, I just don't see going from one league to another working out. Most extreme case is Adam Dunn. This guy was NL his whole career, then goes to DH-ville and SUCKS.

I don't see Pujols or Prince going AL. They've proved they can hit NL pitching. I just don't see money making them jump. I could be wrong.

If the Cards are stupid enough to let Pujols get away, why not go to St.Louis? The fans are smart enough to know that nobody can replace Albert, but that Prince is a damn good player.

Prince will wait until Pujols signs. Doesn't make any sense to sign before then. You let Albert sign, and then go "I'm ____% as good as him" and sign for a nice hunk of change.

I like the Cubs angle with Theo wanting to make a splash. One thing I've heard though, is that when you have a bigfatass 1b-man like say Mo Vaughn, the production dropoff after 30 is scary

Prince is a big fat behind. He can hit, but do think he will weigh less in the near future, or more? I'd like to see that prop bet.........

Nationals would be good for him, too.

 

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Posted: 11/9/2011 4:24:54 PM
Orioles 6 y 150 m
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Posted: 11/9/2011 8:05:34 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Dith:

Orioles 6 y 150 m

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Posted: 11/9/2011 10:55:27 PM
Wherever he lands, I hope he gets ear-holed on the first pitch he sees.
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Posted: 11/10/2011 10:24:11 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by The Hawk:

Man, I just don't see going from one league to another working out. Most extreme case is Adam Dunn. This guy was NL his whole career, then goes to DH-ville and SUCKS.

I don't see Pujols or Prince going AL. They've proved they can hit NL pitching. I just don't see money making them jump. I could be wrong.

If the Cards are stupid enough to let Pujols get away, why not go to St.Louis? The fans are smart enough to know that nobody can replace Albert, but that Prince is a damn good player.

Prince will wait until Pujols signs. Doesn't make any sense to sign before then. You let Albert sign, and then go "I'm ____% as good as him" and sign for a nice hunk of change.

I like the Cubs angle with Theo wanting to make a splash. One thing I've heard though, is that when you have a bigfatass 1b-man like say Mo Vaughn, the production dropoff after 30 is scary

Prince is a big fat behind. He can hit, but do think he will weigh less in the near future, or more? I'd like to see that prop bet.........

Nationals would be good for him, too.

 

 

great point but a big advantage of fielder in the AL is when he's older he can just DH

if the nationals can spend that sort of money on j.werth they would certainly pay fielder   question is does fielder want to go to an immediate contender (texas) or not

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Posted: 11/10/2011 2:28:33 PM
Older? He's 27 now, 7 years from now, he could be a DH
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Posted: 11/10/2011 5:01:28 PM
Houston 3yrs 15 mil
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Posted: 11/11/2011 5:27:52 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by The Hawk:

Man, I just don't see going from one league to another working out. Most extreme case is Adam Dunn. This guy was NL his whole career, then goes to DH-ville and SUCKS.

I don't see Pujols or Prince going AL. They've proved they can hit NL pitching. I just don't see money making them jump. I could be wrong.

If the Cards are stupid enough to let Pujols get away, why not go to St.Louis? The fans are smart enough to know that nobody can replace Albert, but that Prince is a damn good player.

Prince will wait until Pujols signs. Doesn't make any sense to sign before then. You let Albert sign, and then go "I'm ____% as good as him" and sign for a nice hunk of change.

I like the Cubs angle with Theo wanting to make a splash. One thing I've heard though, is that when you have a bigfatass 1b-man like say Mo Vaughn, the production dropoff after 30 is scary

Prince is a big fat behind. He can hit, but do think he will weigh less in the near future, or more? I'd like to see that prop bet.........

Nationals would be good for him, too.

 




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Posted: 11/12/2011 12:55:08 AM
I could see the Marlins over-paying for him.

I read an interesting point in an article......some teams could be concerned because of his genes............his dad
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Posted: 11/12/2011 12:58:40 AM
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............his dad basically stopped hitting after he was 30 and was done by 34


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Posted: 11/16/2011 4:34:03 AM
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Originally Posted by The Hawk:

Older? He's 27 now, 7 years from now, he could be a DH

 

just saying i mean if his fielding gets worse  they might not let him in the field  full time

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Posted: 12/1/2011 3:15:32 PM

washington nationals will offer the most  but does he really want to go there and lose

PROBABLY NOT

i guess marlins or cubs

 

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Posted: 12/1/2011 3:40:41 PM
because everybody knows the cubs are winners
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Posted: 12/1/2011 4:42:56 PM
[Quote: Originally Posted by dytide] ( oops ....to continue )

............his dad basically stopped hitting after he was 30 and was done by 34


 

This cat will become the BIGGEST, fattest OVERPAID lardass since his daddy. Absolutely worthless Any team stupid enough to overpay for this triple cheeseburger eating machine deserves all. and I mean ALL, the excrement that comes with his fatass.

And, as a Ranger fan, I am very  very insulted that we could possible EVER consider SIGNING this BUFFET devouring POS!!

What a fucken waste Give me a leader like Michael Young anyday of the week over this FUTURE OVERPAID piece of crap. All you have to do is look at his daddy. I'm sure he is telling his son to hold out until the Brinks truck shows up so they can go hit the Golden Corral or the best Chinese Buffet around  the rest of their fatass lives
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Posted: 12/2/2011 2:50:56 AM
Don't hate on fat people man, we can be good people. :D 
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Posted: 12/2/2011 7:29:20 AM
if texas gets rid of michal young i would welcome him on the Red Sox. Hes one of those players that ive been saying for years i would love him in a sox uniform. Class act.
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Posted: 12/5/2011 1:19:02 PM

texas tried to ship his behind out (via trade) last year when they brought in beltre to play 3rd

no one was real interested in m.young how quickly things change

yeah he is quality

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Posted: 12/5/2011 5:53:45 PM
6 years, 150 million, and a lifetime supply of cheeseburgers. 
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Posted: 12/5/2011 7:10:42 PM
He claimed he went vegatarian. That's the fattest salad-eater I have ever seen...............
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Posted: 12/8/2011 10:00:37 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by HutchEmAll:

6 years, 150 million, and a lifetime supply of cheeseburgers. 



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Posted: 12/8/2011 11:11:02 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by HutchEmAll:

6 years, 150 million, and a lifetime supply of cheeseburgers. 

That's jokes!!! But he should sign with the Jays
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Posted: 12/8/2011 2:02:47 PM
No chance he signs with the Jays. The Jays average attendance is too low to be able to afford him. I can hear the echos of toilets flushing in the dome it's so empty.
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Posted: 12/8/2011 2:22:03 PM
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