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Freddy Galvis is bringing that 🔥 #glovework to the San Diego Padres. instagram.com/glovework
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Charles Nesbitt Jr.But in all seriousness, even though I wasn't a big fan of his I'd like to say thank you to Freddy Galvis for his serviceable time here in Philly. He wasn't the greatest, but he wasn't the worst either. He could have done a lot more and a lot better than what he realized, but just like this highlight he was a magician in the field especially with that glove. Good luck with the Padres.

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James BanfieldThere are lots of Memorable moments in Baseball but when it comes to moments that were not actually played in the game itself.. there are Two that really comes to mind... My #2 is When Bobby Cox at the end of the Game playing San Francisco came out of the dugout for it was his last game. The Braves stood up and clapped for him, The Giants Fans clapped for him and then an inexplicable thing happened! The Giants stopped celebrating the Win and were all clapping with the whole Stadium for Bobby Cox. what an incredible moving moment........... My #1 happened in The World Series between Chicago and San Francisco.. Youl would think that the incredible play cutting Fielder would be it, but no... its not..... The moment has to do with every single boy in the world... you're 8 maybe 10? and as you throw the tennis ball against the house and catch it you dream of being in the World Series... I did... bet a lot of you folks did... hey even in South America they dream of such dreams of playing in the MLB.... Even in Venezuela.. 2012 - In the 9th Inning of the 7 game NLCS between ST Louis and San Francisco.. the moment finally caught up with the little boy of dreaming he would go to the World Series... with the score 9-0 in the 9th inning and two out .... Marco raises his arms and hands to say "Thank You" the only way he could. World Series Here I come! The last Out was made by who else? Marco Scutaro. who end up being the MVP of the NCLS 2012.. and Yes Marco.... Dreams do come true for the young boys with Big Dreams... ... What's your Top 2 momnets in Baseball? JB .

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Charles Nesbitt Jr.When you get traded for a minor-league pitching prospect, a tub of chewing gum, and a pack of sunflower seeds

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Sean KellySan Diego fans better hope he leaves his PED's in Philly!

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Greg FarzettaUnderrated just because he wasn't a great bat, I'll miss his glove

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Erik Birger OrrbonGood luck in San Diego, Freddy.

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Jonathan Pride JonesTrying too remember Phillie Kid s name who raked yard many Endo Season 2017 😨

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Christian ClarkeI always liked Freddy what a great defensive SS he was for us. Good luck with the Padres! ❤️

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Gregory S. BusseTo bad the rest of the team is at AAA Level!!! ROTF

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Barry C. Snyder Sr.He was the heart of that team.

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Dan DorrisPoor guy. Goes from a bad team to a bad team

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Joe Di TomassiSad to see Freddy go.

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Adam KrierAwesome glove, no bat

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Andrew SantosWell...

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Robert MarcosGo Padres!

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Lachie MollicaAlex Chapman rip

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Bob NorthanDoesn't matter who the get they'r never going to compete with the New York Yankees who are probably in all likelihood going to end up wining the A.L. east by at least 25 or 30 games as they move towards their guaranteed World Series championship.

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Matt StarkHosmer has developed into a really good opposite field hitter. With the Green Monster in LF, Hosmers BA and RBI numbers would spike I bet. I think Hosmer would be a better fit and more valuable. Plus he's younger.

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Todd MichaelIt's a tough decision to make, each player has pros and cons. JD doesn't require draft picks if signed. You can slide him in the DH role, however if playing defense that is a downgrade. Better power hitter overall but isn't an ideal fit in Fenway due to beginning and end of season wind in right center where he has his most power, however power is what we need as a team overall. Hosmer requires a loss of draft picks if signed, but better hitter to opposite field with the Monster in play at Fenway park, will help with power and overall average numbers and will be a defensive upgrade over Hanley at 1st. Everyone says trade JBJ, you will not replace the defense that he gives you. Best CF play in the MLB. Ideal situation for Sox is to sign both only of you are able to trade Hanley, not JBJ.

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Bruce TannehillIs neither an option? Hosmer sounds like he’s close to signing with San Diego and JD said he wants to regularly play a corner OF spot, not be a DH.

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Andrew RukakoskiJD wants to be an outfielder, Sox have no clear openings, but are also one of the only teams that can afford him... the Padres are also really sweet on HOS and he would play a bigger role there... I say the Sox are more likely to sign JD but won't get either

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Jovon D. GarrisonJd duh! The same man who gave him a chance Detroit, will give him a chance in Boston. It's called loyality. Plus, look at the Red Sox roster most of them are former Tigers or Scott Boras cleints. If you know your history he sign players that are from team that he used to be gerenal manager of or Scott Boras's cleints.

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Mark LinderThey need to sign both JD as their DH and Hosmer a gold glove at 1st. Both will benefit from playing in the east. Give both of them a 3 year 60 million dollar deal.

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Daniel SánchezAt this point they need both players! There is not way Sox will survive next year with the same team. No second baseman, no DH/1B , who knows how Hanley is coming back next season, catchers are not that good, JBJ is not going to be the same players from two seasons ago ,same with Xander,starting pitching is no complete neither, and we have that GM exited about signing Nuñes. Come’on, Boston numbers as a team last year were terrible!

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Dylan SmithRed Sox are desperate, they will sign one of them. Probably Martinez because he is the better power hitter and that's what they need.

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Nick HopperAre we all ignoring the reports that Padres were clear favorites for hosmer just because we don't believe it being the padres?😂 red Sox are struggling this off-season for sure.

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Zack WrightJD is a way better power hitter and the Sox need that. Plus I think he’s played good enough to and has proven he’s a valuable bat. Not taking a thing from hosmer what so ever. Just thing JDs power and batting right handed at Fenway makes him a great pick up and a dangerous 3 or 4 all year at home

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Rob MignoneWhoever they sign, the Red Sox will have to take out extra insurance when Yankees come to town to smash baseballs around the Fenway Park and break things.

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Max CiprianoNeither. Hosmer's going to the Padres and jd is going to the d-backs after they move some salary by trading greinke to the yankees

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John BagnallThey missed out on Carlos Santana who was a free agent steal by the Phillies. Plus, he's a fine musician. Got to go JD though. If they're keeping their powder dry for next year and Bryce Harper, why not Jose Bautista?

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Jerry LaveroniI need to dump david price even a bull pen gig he will give up runs in tight games—eat his salary he is a negative influence I am certain in club house just as Lakey was

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Marc MaheuWhy choose between the two? Then trade JBJ for prospects to rebuild the farm system. That, along with a better pitching staff, would give the Yankees something to think about.

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Randall AllmanSign them both! Trade Bradley and Hanley Ramirez to shed some salary. And get another quality starter!

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Juan Manuel SarabiaSi se trata de el ideal creo que hosmer es el indicado buen bat y bueno a la defensiva .bien por los red sox.si se trata de orgullo asi debe ser.no dejar que el rival te humille. Y mas si esta en la misma division.

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Robert WilsonThe Yankees have always stacked the deck,the downside for them is that all their power-hitters are right handed.Stanton did not bat against Kimbrel last year either.....

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Scott CampbellSox need to get moving somewhere. Either they have been extremely non-aggressive or they think they can be the same team next season as this past season. There are guys out there to get. They need to go get them.

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Clint PetasekHosmer is a better fit. What will they do with Bradley if they sign Jd? Or sign them both and trade Bradley for a pitcher.

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Brad TepperThe Boston GM will probably be on his way out soon. He's just getting desperate. Trying to get fired. Go Yankees!

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Scott LunsfordAs a Royals fan I can tell you Hos would pepper that green giant and I don't need to mention there is no better glove at 1st

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Aaron CookEveryone That’s talking about pitching? There rotation is fine, especially when they only have to go 5 or 6 with the best pen in the mlb. Fuxkin haters

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Daniel Joseph PencoffHosmer,cause they need a first baseman more than an outfielder or dh...but both would be great to counter the yankees stanton deal

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Nathen CaulkinsDon't forget Grichuk....unless he gets traded. He's got some pop, but if he could only hit above .240. I'd like to see the Cardinals keep him for platoon, because Fowler WILL end up on the DL. He always gets hurt!

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Cory HeathI like our OF in STL... Fowler will get healthy.. Pham a full season... Ozuna is a GG LF... Chicago is still a slightly better team... But its closer than the 5-14 record last year STL had against CHI..

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Mike CroslinStl will promote a Starter. Weaver, Reyes...3 more possible. Only potential problem I see is 1st or 3rd base. It might be time to look at a 10 year contract for a 2nd big bat too hit 4th behind Ozuna. Got a ton of money...go get a free agent. If you want to battle the Cubs stay...if you want to battle for a WS title, go get a 2nd bat.

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Aaron FennellRemember when Dexter Fowler came up he was a base stealer and a lead off hitter. Never have I seen a guy transition as gracefully as dexter did from one type of player to a completely different type of player while keeping his value high like he has done

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Richie ZamoraTake flight to another disappointing season cause my cubbies ain’t about to let these red birds fly past us

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Jonathan SpegalPham is not a star, stop with the false labels! He is 31 and has had one good year! And he didn’t even get called up until 2 months into the season! Setting yourself up to be disappointed like we were with Diaz!

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Randy T CardinalsOk. So. Pham had that break out year. I have no idea if he can follow it up this year FOWLER. OBPS. WAS good but his other metrics were poor or below average. He needs a complete turn around this year if healthy Ozuna We will see he had Yellich. Stanton on either side of him. So we will see in STL. arbitration years left. Make this deal a steal. However

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Luke SmileyThe cardinals aren’t even done. We will be set once we’ve reached Alex Colome and a third baseman. Also it will be amazing if we get an archer trade

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Derrick DickeyMove Waino to the closer again. He is dying a slow death as a starter. Get a starter and 3rd base and this team has some serious octane going into the season.

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Luke LesterGet out of here! It's football and hockey season right now, and nothing is more boring than watching baseball highlights.

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Tim BrownYes he is good but, the cards need another bat to pass the Cubs. We don't have a hitter to help ozuna. If the cards stop at one hitter, we won't be any better than the last two years. Remember even pujols had a couple bats around him. With the overflow of prospects and the money the cards take in between all the tickets sold and the tv deals fans should be outraged if Moz and the cards don't get another hitter . Closer is a given, they have need one for two years

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Melvin López-OnnaPeople really think Tommy Pham is a proven star? One fluke year in the midst of a career minor leaguer people.

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Bob GilbertAnd guess what .....right after the holidays spring training is right around the corner. Gotta love it.

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Steve DardenNow go get a closer and a starter.

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Sarah HostetlerI love being a Cardinals fan & getting hate. Makes me smile. Count the rings is all I’m gonna say.....at least my team didn’t take 108 years. Sit TF down....😂😂😂😘

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John Geddy Lee Zeedyk Jr.Just wait until Judge-Harper-Stanton lmao

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Michael HamiltonSchwarber Almora and Heyward are better

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Joe KosobuckiYou mean the same Cardinals team that finished THIRD in the National League Central last year?

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Jake LanglandThe best outfield resides in Minneapolis

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David CurtisHaha suree. How about Betts, Benintendi, and Bradley Jr.

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Ryan BesawLook at all the dumbasses on here.

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Scott FerneliusSt Louis Cardinals outfield with the #PapaOzPhamunaFowl

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Joseph Pita The cards will win the NL Central this season.

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Nicole PaetowCan't wait to see my Cardinals play again !

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Scott BakerI seem to be one of the only people who thinks Fowler is overrated

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Zach DeRosaYou went from American league champs > to losing in the first round this year. How did they (Indians) get closer? Lol

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Doug Moorewell i guess carlos santana doesn't want to win as these players care about money and not winning. so philly was a better choice to win? lol.

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Fazle Arshad HaqueDon’t care what yous think !!! Second class citizens compared to the Yankees !!! Yankees moving on up by leaps and bounds !!!

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Evan LeeNot really closer. Cleveland lost the World Series in 2016. They lost the ALDS in 2017. For this season, they've already lost Carlos Santana and most of their bullpen to free agency signings. It seems like they're getting further and further away

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Gregory PearsollProblem is, Cleveland's a small market team and is at the point tough decisions need to be made to keep the payroll down. Santana's gone and Kipnis is likely next.. possibly to the lowest bidder so the Indians can get his salary off the books..

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Thomas WarrenIt’s not that hard to figure out. Closer to a team that can win it all. You all owe me for the tax dollars I wasted on your public schooling if your reading comprehension and critical thinking is that poor.

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Jorge MataThe Indians had their chance to win and blew a 3-1 lead against the Cubs, then get eliminated in the 1st round. The run was historic but your time has come and gone and couldn’t finish. It’s the story of Cleveland minus the Cavalier Run. Hoping the Sox take this division this year! If not this year than next!

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Matthew Daniel RodriguezThey went from 1 win away from winning it all to losing in the ALDS....that doesn’t sound like getting closer to me, sounds like taking a step back

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Steve KellyYou we never close or remotely getting the chance to get close you haven't won a World Series and almost 60 years...#GOYANKEES!

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Mike Andersongonna take more than that crappy line up to get by the yankees now you are gonna wish you got out when you had the chance

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Sangre Muerte GuerreraHow'd they get closer? Lost world series, dusted in round 1.. I thought they'd actually win it this past year, too..

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Nathen CaulkinsHow are they getting closer when they were in the World Series a year ago, and then failed to get there last season?

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Becca CorbinUghhhhh Kipnis needs to go along with Brantley and those are the only 2 the Indians seems to want to keep. Typical.

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Aldrin LumbrerasWell no technically you were closer 2 years ago when you were up 3-1, but I get what you're saying. Rock on!

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Eazaisad IckGoing from choking the WS to choking in the ALDS is being closer to the ultimate prize? Old ALS must be catching up to you..

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Jonathan MartinezY'all ain't getting closer anymore #Cubs2018 #WorldChamps #YouHeardItHere #CubsNation

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Nick OliveriYou actually didn't get closer lol

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Anthony ParchomaDoes closer mean something different on Cleveland ?

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Emilio MalaveThere goes the Mets rumors.

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Jed Papano, yall got close vs the cubs...if losing to the yankees is "closer" idk what close is then lol

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Marcia PascoeLoyalty..a rarity these days.

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Sam HulseyLol they blew a two game lead in the world series then they did the same in the ALDS. How is that getting closer?

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Anthony CruzMore like you guys were far and got even farther

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Robert Fritsche JrYou just lost Santana and Joe Smith. Who is next?

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Edgar GonzalezHe’s right ...unlike otami , who chose the Angels.It is clear that otami isn’t a winner.

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Adam PrudhommeHey MLB, remember when you let Loria buy all the tickets to the last couple of Marlins home games, just so you guys could lie and say the Expos had the lowest attendance in 2004? Remember how you bent over backwards to protect Loria, got him a new stadium and everything? Remember how you assumed he'd take running a team seriously and not become a farm team for the bankrolled teams? Good times.

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Javier PerezThat's why I love baseball. You have these mammoth athletic giants in Stanton and Judge. And then there's Bartolo.

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Chris WelchBig Sexy needs to play in the majors until he dies or until the Expos are restored.

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Montréal Loves Baseball#BigSexy is one of the GOAT and, above all, he's keeping the Expos' memory alive! 💯 Let's bring back the MLB to Montreal! ⚜️🍁⚾ gph.is/2ql2MnS

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Johnny D'AgostinoSimon Fitzpatrick Stephen Millette Big Sexy will be pitching in the big leagues until the power of the Expos are restored 😂

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Andrew O'DayThe Farce is strong with this one.

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James DesmondIf Big Sexy is any character in Star Wars he's got to be Jabba.. 😅

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Marc-André Barilbring back the expos!!

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Robert ChaidezI knew it! Bartolo has a nice place in Jakku.

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Brandon O'tingerHe was a sith lord working for the mets to help undermine the braves last year, and he succeeded.

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Sunbun Chingchong WingwongJust because he says, "Who's your daddy?" doesn't mean he's actually her father.

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Jessica ViviannaMark Coulehan lol. So finally you thought Star Wars sucked! You're coming to the dark side?? Hehehe

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Pete PeskanHopefully he’s a better father to Rey than he was a pitcher with my Braves

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Jozy GordilloDid you know he was the last one left, Peter?

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Sangre Muerte GuerreraBart is the last remaining expo? Coulda swore there was still a few playing for washington..

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Bill StephensBartolo Colon played for the Evil Empire in 2011. How can he be a Jedi?

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Robert StrankmanI think I'd be totally interested in Star Wars again if the Big Sexy was involved!

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Jonathan Pride Jones#HotPanda 🐼 Yankees and Pirates 'discussing' a Gerrit Cole trade.

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Bill KarimHow is he the "Last Expo"? Dude wasn't even on the team in 04

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Richard N SaezThe Marlins need to sign him. He’ll sell jerseys and get fans in the seats

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Juan RosalesWhich hat does he wear on his HOF plaque?

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Mike ElvinI think he's the last father to a few others too

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John GilliganI hear he rejects the dark side for a 6 pack and bucket of KFC.

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David DeGroodNah. He may be Chewbacca's father, though. I could see that.

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Juan Bermudezhe looks like abdullah tha butcher instead😂

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Mark SchnurleDidn't disappoint...Unless you like a balance of talent in baseball and a franchise not getting completely dismantled for not one prospect in the top 100. But whatevs

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Jimmy ScholtzI hear that the Miami fan base, what little there is, is upset with Jeter and after listening to why I can't say I blame them. Since he has become owner he has traded away two of their star players for next to nothing. Problem is he has never said anything publicly about why or what his plans are going forward. Don't you think he would be under some kind of obligation to tell their fans what's going on?

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Joshua Blake FerranI'm glad that the Cardinals swayed that trade for Ozuna from the Marlins. We may have missed out on the Big Fish but we got the guy who was 3rd in the NL in home runs. A couple more pieces and we will be poised to contend hard in 2018

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DL McConnaughyand of course, the Indians didn't do squat yet....how about picking up Machado at 3rd and Morrison at 1st? Resign Bruce while you're at it....and how can you let joe Smith go to the astros?

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Brandon BarrUnless you like a team other than the Yankees or Cardinals. And if you're a Miami fan you should stay home this year. As a Jays fan the winter meetings were terrible as we did nothing. We just need a few players to be competitive but nothing!!!!!

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Ramsen ShemunThe Jays management better do something to improve Toronto Blue Jays because even though Atkins and Shapiro are still in AA's absolute mess that 74-87 or 77-84 record indicates something has to change

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Adrian AlvaradoDidn't disappoint unless you are a Rangers fan like myself. All we did was pick up some has beens. Fister is basically on his way out. Hopefully Martin can do something decent like Colby Lewis coming from the Japanese league.

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Chris BasfordThe MLB Crew even said these winter meetings were a disappointment... Yankees get Stanton and everyone else folded like lawn chairs.

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Rick DollHey, what about the Cleveland Indians who gave into peer pressure and unloaded one of their workhorse bullpen arms, then gave away another for $500k in car wash tokens? Not news worthy enough for you mlb? Yeah, I suppose not...

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Jimmy JamesRodney doesn't blow my hair back...but he did have 39 saves last year. So we have that going for us. Which is nice. But he's also 73 years old...

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Dylan SmithOnly like 2 of those moves were of any significance.. The rest are depth moves. Still not 1 big name free agent has been signed yet.

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Patrick KennedyThe only big deal was the sale of Stanton to the Yankees for a subway token before the meetings even started...otherwise pretty FRICKIN LAME!

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Robert FullmerThere were some action, but not nearly enough to say that it wasn't at least somewhat of a disappointment.

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Scott BrydaDodgers lost Morrow, but held onto Pedro Baez. Kill me now

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Jimmy RodriguezWorst winter meetings in years .. not much done.. no excitement 🤪

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Daniel Jackett2 deserving players from the 1984 Tigers get in to the HOF was my highlight from the Winter Meetings

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Gregory PinkertonNo, I was very disappointed.

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Tim DarnellOther than 2 big trades, basically nothing happened. It was the lukewarm stove this year.

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Dan JonesDepends on if your a Braves fan or not

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Tanner WrightR.I.P Miami Fanbase 1993-2017 We’ll miss all 26 of ya.

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Rafael OntiverosIt sure was disappointing.

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Derek FreitasThey did if your a Red Sox fan! They did absolutely nothing

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Robert HazouPirates did nothing as expected..... #NuttingsWallet

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Tommy AlvaradoIn Los Angeles it did. Not Anaheim, that’s not in LA county. The real LA team.

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Ruben FlamencoThe Giants only went to eat at the buffet. They came home with only full bellies. No players

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Christopher StrongNot a cardinals fan (Go Cubs Go) but I have a ton of respect for a team that takes care of their players like this. Some things are bigger than baseball #Respect

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Jake WoodClassy move to the cardinals organization, coming from one of your biggest rival fan bases (Cubs). Doesn’t matter when it comes to this. Respect. 👍🏻

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Eric FosterCubs fan here: Ton of respect for a class-act move by the Cardinals front office. Piscotty is a grinder, he’s easy to root for even on the opposite side of a rivalry.

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Adam PasserI’m sure if he hit .330 with 20 hr and 100 rbis last year the cardinals wouldn’t have unloaded him for two prospects.... but I’m happy for him to be close to his mother in her time of need anyways

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Brandon HunterI'm a cubs fan and this is definitely a classy move by a classless organization... even if they were only trying to free up out field space for Ozuna..

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Anne RehnstromWay to go Cardinals! Proof life is more important than the game. Will miss watching him and God bless

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Pam Meers PurtleHate to see him go, but it is the right thing to do for him. He needs the time to heal and help his family. Thanks for all you have done, SP#55. Once a Cardinal, always a Cardinal. Merry Christmas to your family.

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Sandy Conley DonerThat's the way to treat your players unlike the Marlins! You got a great guy in Ozuna very fan friendly besides being a great player. Welcome him with open arms.

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Marcia PascoeThe Cardinals are a classy organization. Most things are bigger than baseball since ballbase is entertainment and life is so much more. So nice to see the compassion and humanity come into play where money dominates so much of the sport.

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Harold MorrisI'm a die hard cubs fan so i've always had issues with st louis but i respect their organization for what they did the last decade and for doing this for a player

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Micaiah DeWittNick Machiran I’m not saying I’m a fan, but I respect the Cardinals more than any other sports team in baseball basketball and football, and this is an example of what makes me respect them so much.

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Kathy DotyAgain the StL Cardinals don't just talk the talk they walk the walk the walk by doing whatever they could to help Stephen to get home for FAMILY. That's been the difference in this management from other clubs, it's not always about baseball. #classactstlredbirds

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Bob ShowlerIt was a class move by the cards and if the Cubs had done the same thing or any team in MLB it would have been a class move. I'm a cards fan first then a MLB fan next. And I actually wanted Houston to win the World Series because they had never won one. It's all good everyone lets just root for our team and love baseball. No need to start hating everyone else.

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David VosteenThat is why baseball is the greatest sport there is. So much better than the hood rats from the National Felons League running around being criminals.

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Lee KendrickThis kid obviously was distracted last year with his mother’s sickness . I think he will get back to the player he is having the peace of mind being close to her . Good luck Piscotty

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Lisa HannahGiants fan here. But outstanding and praise to you cardinals. I have the utmost respect for what you did. As a baseball fan and a nurse you can not even realize the depth to which you have made a difference in this mother and son's life. I will have respect for you forever. Quite the organization! And if if Bochy❤ ever retires, would love to have you Mike Matheny👍⚾️

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John CarrollAs another Cub fan this is a great story, family should always come first. Also not going to miss him knocking in runs against Cubs pitching. 🙂

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Ha Q. DangWhy haven't the Giants made any moves especially if Piscotty was available. He seems like a solid player with a very affordable contract.

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Adam JohnsonIt's things like this that make me proud to be a Cardinal fan. This is the Cardinal way. I hate to see him leave, but I completely understand the situation. Nothing but well wishes for the Piscotty's from Cardinal Nation.

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Alberto PetracheBorn and raised cardinals fan here, can’t say I’m happy with how the organization is playing as whole but nonetheless a classy move to help SP with his mother, good job on the front office’s part.

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Glynis MurrayAs someone who has lost their husband to ALS, I am so thankful for this decision! This disease usually rips families apart due to the stress, fatigue and financial elements. So, it's very heartwarming to have a feel good story involving an ALS family. As a life long Giants fan, I will be routing for our brothers in green and yellow from across the bay! And I hope that Stephen Piscotty can help bring awareness to this horrific disease! And to his mom, i hope she can get out to enjoy her son's success! #ClassAct Cards! #EndALS

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David BrennerThis is why I feel the St. Louis Cardinals are able to always set themselves apart from the rest of baseball. It’s more than just about the game! A Mets fan.....#MuchRespect

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Anthony LawreyFor everyone saying we only did it because we got Ozuna and he was the “odd man out”, Oakland and SF reached out to us at the trade deadline last year but a deal didn’t happen. Piscotty told the Cardinals he wouldn’t mind a trade to either team to be closer to home. There was finally a fit that worked for both clubs. Good luck, Piscotty!

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Chris MitchellCubs fan here. I can't stand the Cardinals. But I can tip my hat when they do something classy. Much respect to them for his move. In the end, baseball is just a game. And is only a small part of life. Good for Piscotty for still getting to play the game he loves and be able to be there for his mom as well. Good move St. Louis, good move.

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Cory HeathStephen worked his tail off for our Cardinals team, but some things are easily bigger than baseball.... Wish him and his mother well!

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Ray HolguinWon't be here for long. Just another trade piece. Toles and Hernandez will platoon left field. That's if Joc hasn't found his bat. But Matt Kemp shouldn't be in Dodger Blue anymore

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Chad CarneyThe Braves came out way ahead on this deal. All those contracts are expiring after this season and got rid of Kemps multiyear contract. Opens up a spot for Acuna and the Braves have like 87 million next offseason to be big time players in FA.

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Chris ArriaGood trade for both teams. The Braves desperately needed to move Kemp's contract, and the guys they got all have expiring contracts pretty much. This will allow the Braves to make moves in the 2019 free agency class.

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Matt EitemillerBad contract salary dumps by the Dodgers. I think this means they make a run for Harper next off season now.

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David Villaescusa Sr.The Dodgers just entered the Bryce Harper sweepstakes..

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Christopher R TaylorThe most bizarrely one sided trade I've ever seen.

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Kevin G GuerraNext year dodgers will be active in free agency.

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Matthew CiolekI bet the Dodgers are trading everyone to get rid of salary, & go after Harper next offseason.

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Gege OrtizBraves got the best of the deal. Gonzo still has power and Culberson shined in the postseason.

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Scott AeschlimannSo Culberson for kemp.....this trade was the accountants set dream

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Terry RadzwionIs this April Fool's Day?

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Mike EmbletonA great player and even better person #BeastMode

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Guy MannerinoBig deal he and Gonzalez being released.

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Steve VanReenenWhat a dumb trade by the Doyers.

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Scott RayBut just to release him...

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David AllenAtlanta like the Orioles should load up on pitching

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Rivera Justin MichaelWorked so hard to get rid of him only to take him back lol.

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Michael SenkewiczI wish they could have kept Culberson.

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Chet Ayres IIFor now....heading to AL team

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Steven BarbaraDodgers dumped their garbage is all.. Good move

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Seth BergerBrandon McCarthy is still pitching?

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William SmithKemp is a trade asset. ::cough Archer cough::

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Pino PellegrinoThis is bad news for the Mets

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Brett GarretsonBraves to WS now

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John GroganMeh. just a trade to unloaded money

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Mikey PantalonesNice move. CC looks like he’s turned himself into David Cone. A former fireballer turned junkerballer who can still carve guys up. Expect a short DL stint here or there but low risk, high reward.

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Bobby JoyceIt's almost 2018 and people are freaking out over 10 Mil??? This isn't new. Trust me, the Yankees didn't pay more than they needed to. He wanted to come back. They need to be under the luxury tax. This doesn't happen without meeting in the middle.

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Steven Wesley HaasWhy these teams just give away millions is beyond me. As far as we know there was really no market for CC ( especially at $10mil/season). So why would a team fall for this bidding against themself stunt these agents play.

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Peter Vischiohe hasnt had an era in the 3's since 2012 or so. ill take this any day of the week. he still can compete

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Chris AmbrosiaCraig Waggner we were taking about this last night

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Bobby LewisHe has nothing left!!!!!!

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Javier Annoy Man RodriguezHe will win 17 games

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Steve JawbackNow Just one more starter..

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Brian VineyardAnd now he is injured by eating too many pizza rolls

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Jonathan Pride JonesERA drops by a run Sum thin , reason too live 🙌

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Steve VanReenenNobody else is dumb enough to sign CC Sofattia.

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Roger StoutWhat esle is out there..

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Robert EspoNice! Unfinished bizz

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Tj BehrGreat back of the rotation guy, good move!

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William SmithWhen you’re a free agent and you have no other takers I suppose... good for him for getting his money.

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Sean Orlando VindelGood Move 👏

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Jeremy ParkhurstQuality #4 starter .

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Anthony Thomas Caldarone

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David MillerOh my, what a surprise! NOT

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Joey MejiasWhy

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Al SmallDavid Scarantino We good $$$

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Shawn McGovernMax Mong

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Phil GardnerJim

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Josh MillerBrett can’t remember if you have seen this? I absolutely love his approach. So Simple and really “old school” way really. Now it’s just try and blast it over the wall, or strike out trying. The best know that they can’t cover both sides.

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Ryan ZJoe Borowski such a legend..not much about launch angle here! Straight approach, which is completely looked over nowadays

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Brad BakerBrandon Blide seems awfully familiar doesn’t it? Straight up the middle, adjusting and sitting on pitches. Again, we don’t know what we’re talking about haha.

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Santiago HernandezHis approach was awesome one of the best hitter and team guy i ever saw the launch and trying to hit homerruns every at bat is why the are guys striking out 250 time in at season

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Jason FossWhat is with that sport coat?

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Edward ChangChipper kept it simple - get the big part of the bat on the ball and hit it hard.

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Bert DalmerLoved both of these guys as ballplayers. But DeRo definitely wins best dressed.

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Alfredo Gonzalez Jr.Dylan Olsen Thought you’d appreciate this. It’s awesome hearing what his approach was.

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Cody DarrahOne of my favorite players of all time. Good dude.

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Joe NorrisonLove Chipper, he's my favorite. I love the demo's on MLB

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Jeremy BhandariAvery Seltzer I’ve seen this before but it’s still awesome

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Richard Levantinodefiantly one of the best of all time,

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Francisco ZaragozaSean Petitt awesome. Old school.

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Scott AeschlimannHall of fame bound

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Matt Allison ByrnesSeth Stevens Zane Corbell

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William KawasakiGuilherme Kawasaki

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#MLBNvsNHLN - Who could make it in both MLB and NHL?
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Katie PrussWell Sidney Crosby did a hit a home run during batting practice at pnc park! And anyone could play on the pirates at this point! Anyways go Bucs!

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Matthew DupuisAs for NHL player playing baseball, I'd go with Seth Jones. His dad played in the NBA, and he's quite the athlete himself.

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Nino CravenI prefer to keep my baseball separate...lol. Keep your hockey; not that there's anything wrong with that. 😉

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Chris WilcoxBartolo Colon, best athlete in any sport, ever.

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David KleinJoey Votto.... the answer is always Joey Votto.

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Matthew DupuisJoe Mauer...born and raised in Minnesota. I'm sure he played hockey at some point.

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Joe FlanaganYesteryear, no doubt - big Clark Gillies of the 4 time Stanley Cup Champion New York Islanders!

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Michael McClellanDon't know about other players, but give my El Oso Blanco as a defenseman any day lol.

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Alexander Almontejustin morneau, canadian built like a defenseman

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Ryan WilliamsThis makes no sense what so ever

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Derek WhiteMLB Network is running out of stuff to talk about. Just run “The Natural” instead.

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Bruce ConardRougned Odor in my opinion.

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Richard AdamsTom Glavine was drafted in 1984

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Bobby JoyceJayson Werth.... Michael Grabner

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T.C. Clarien1st Question should be who can Skate ?

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Jennifer TrezonaBryce Harper... if he can skate

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Justin EmerleTom Glavine

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Steve LiermanJoe mauer

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Brock MeffordVotto

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Roger BernierMike Zunino

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Kyung Kimin the past Tom Glavine

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Tyson HasleyKristen Carlstrom

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Joey HeckMLB. Not even close. This is just a nice debate so both pro leagues can market their young talent....and have two experts debate to keep us motivated to watch 😍

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Rich WhiteI just see two chicks who will cry unwanted sexual advances soon..

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Charlie ThrashI’m not even sure why this is a topic of conversation.

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Lars HansonNeither of those two...just eye candy

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Thomas StickelTrout Harper Machado Bryant Arenado DeGrom Syndergaard Nola Judge Ohtani Seager Hoskins Moncada do I need to continue?

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Dylan SmithDefinitely the NHL.

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Steve VanReenenBaseball by a long shot.

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Mark LinderNo contest MLB

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James WeisingerBaseball

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Rich LakeNot even close...MLB.

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Jeffrey RankinHockey actually requires skill

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Mathew PoettkerTara Quinlan

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Brad PrattRebuilding usually means you have a foundation. Detroit’s quick to unload payroll... what they’re getting in trade is highly questionable to say the least.

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Alan WildestAsk Dave Roberts how blind faith in the numbers works out... gotta go by what you see on occasion too...if you’re hitting your locations and your command is on point and if your velo is there...let’m go...and yes...I know analytics has its place...

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Justin TimmJosh Acker according to MLB network, Kinsler is going to abandon the Angels and come back to the Tigers so that he can hit leadoff 😂😂😂

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Chris WilcoxThis new math is the devil and scary for old people.

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Mark LinderThe dinosaur should never been hired.

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Missy DotJoseph Hannon Matthew Whyte

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Nick GarrenBob Costas is the worst announcer of any sport of all time. Fired by NBC, Fired from the Olympics (ratings went up when he was gone), Fired as a talk show host. Fired by CNN. Fired by HBO. Wannabe Commissioner- Hey Bob! The cub won the series last year NOT the Dodgers! Also Harry Caray worked for the Cub. Biased announcer who #FAKENEWS to make himself look good or important.

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Monty Vassie R BishopHal Richman, Strat-O-Matic, belongs in the Baseball Hall Of Fame. He is in the Jewish Sports Hall Of Fame. Ask those as Bob Costas, Keith Hernandez and a multitude of other announcers and players.

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Nestor MoranAwesome. Get ready for the longest commencement speech of all time. I’m talking days, people.

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Ted KlinmanBob costas congrats on going in to the hall of fame because you deserved it

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Rob FigulskiWas hoping he would recieve the "6 feet under in a pine box" award.

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Ben HinsonWhat a shame MLB...this is almost like the NFL putting Collinsworth in the HOF...just terrible

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Terry VincentBob is great. Almost as good as Marty Tom and The Cowboy

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Joseph C DePeriWhat may I ask is his defining moment, or is it just Club house rules?

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Chandler Jay AndrewsHis call of Altuves 3 HR Game was fantastic!! “You wanna join Babe Ruth?”

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Tom HesterThe award should go to a legendary announcer of a certain team or teams. But what do I know.

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Justin HelmSo many people probably dislike this because Costas made 1 comment about guns years back lol

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Eva MarkulisUgggh Bob Costas!!!! Ugggh

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Gabe Brison-TreziseWhy all the hate for Bobby C?

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Justin SteinbachWhat a horrible choice.

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Nick Garrenwho you crappin' Brian???

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Chris Wilcox🤮

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Mark HeinzenNo. Just no.

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Mike Mariscalthis idiot said dodgers didn't deserve to be in the WS in 88 he needs to learn from Vin Scully how to brosdcast a game

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John Vairo@Sean Casey: Can you replicate your Lauren Shehadi skills and drill Anthony Rizzo in the head? Ridiculous how he leans over the plate all the time. If Pedro Martinez was still around, he would have been buzzed 4 times and Rizzo would back up. MLB pitchers are too wussy these days to back him up.

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Jason SchaefferHey look its that dirtbag who tries taking out other teams catchers.

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Jose CenicerosTotally ripped off Dempsters segment!

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Carlos LinaresThat's my boy!

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Ernesto MillanponceAngels were a postseason team from the start...to be 500 with a starting rotation of middle relievers and trout out for 2 months and almost coming close to that wild card...if they were healthy they would have been up there for more than the wild card IMO

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Andrew KnightNo the lineup has improved but they still don't have the arms to compete just a baseball fan here not loyal to any team just love the game.

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Tim PokrywkaAngels got a great player in Zack Cozart. As a Reds fan, we'll miss him and his gold glove a d his bat. Good luck Zack!

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Matt McCreaI know he's coming off a career year, but I can't help but think the trajectory has to be downward for Cozart. I hope I'm wrong, but I don't think this will look like such a big signing come July.

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Alan WildestAs an Angels season tickets customer...we'll score 8 runs a game...but due to our pitching staff...we'll give up 9. As far as line up goes...management has done a stellar job building a solid everyday lineup. Trout is Trout...brilliant to watch live! Calhoun, if he was a Yankee or Red Sox would be an All-Star...solid defensively...had an off year with the stick, but solid guy! Upton is an upgrade in LF... in the OF we're as good as anyone in MLB. Cozart, Simmions, Kinsler, is solid, All-Stars all around...1B will be interesting to watch CJ Cron has the potential to be a Mark Trumbo kinda power guy... We're solid behind the dish with Maldonado. It will be interesting to see what our new Japanese import will bring to the MLB table, I have a feeling of guarded optimism... and Puljos drove in 100+ RBI as a DH last year.. he is professional and solid. We need Garrett Richards, Tyler Skaggs,, Shoemaker, and Andrew Heaney to have solid years on the bump. If we go 6-man rotation to accommodate Ohtani, I don't know how that will fly...we weren't too solid with our 5-man rotation last year... It will be all about the pitching next year...We've improved our lineup offensively, defensively, let's see what the pitching staff, both starting rotation and bullpen, brings to the table... Let's Go Angels!

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Craig Snell IIHe'll revert back to his lackluster offensive production. He picked a good year to have a career year. As a lifelong Reds Fan, I hope I'm not right, as once a Red always a Red. At worse tho, hes a very solid glove to have around, but not worth the price tag

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Erik HempelThey could realistically squeak in as a wild card. They're not going to be winning that division tho....

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Ron LaPierreWho knows how it plays out, that’s one of the beauties of baseball. But the team is MUCH better on paper than they were last year except for at the backend of the bullpen. If they take care of that, there’s no reason they won’t make a run for one of the wild card spots.

15 hours ago   ·  1
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Jorge Gonzalez DiazWow, settled for a guy with 1 good offensive year in a hitters ballpark like is Great American....and Mike Moustakas is still a free agent.

19 hours ago   ·  2

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Matthew Chipper DelmoreLineup is definitely improved. I just wonder in terms of the pitching where is the bonafide ace? If you are gonna compete with the astros you need a guy or two to matchup with verlander and keuchel...

17 hours ago
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Kerby Ellisnot having Albert Pujols in the middle of that lineup would do wonders, or at the very least cutting down his AB dramatically to the point where he is just hitting against lefties.

10 hours ago
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Rick MinorCozart is a Shortstop. The Angels already have Andrelton Simmons. Where will Cozart play? Do they even know if he can play 3rd base?

9 hours ago
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Kevin GreeneAs an angel fan I still Think Astros are best team in al . Yankees will win east and Indians central . Boston and angels should def be the two wildcard teAms . Texas and Oakland are going through be awful this year , Toronto is going to be awful , who knows bout bmore , twins could be descent , tigers and white sox are going to be horrible . So ya I see redsox , angels and twins battling for the two wild cards every other American League tea is going to be really bad . I guess kc could be ok too if they keep hosmer

21 hours ago   ·  4

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Rosariom GonzalezThe Washington national have been winning their divition for 3 years in a row but that do not guarantee winning the world series...

15 hours ago
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Daniel Brosideon HodgesIt’s pretty funny to see everyone saying the angels won’t be a good team when all of the pitches like Skaggs and shoemaker and heany and Richards are all coming back haha everyone just wait for the season to start and then make your calls no one can judge a team before the season even starts but they def upgraded the lineup

13 hours ago   ·  1

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Kevin HearnIt's a good move for the short term but they should be looking to build around Trout for the long haul and that means getting a little younger because they need to think about where they are gonna be as a team in 2020 and where they are headed because if the future isn't bright, come 2020, Trout is gonna walk, and I hope he does

17 hours ago
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Hugh Bryan RistYes. I am hoping for a Freeway World Series...Angels vs. Dodgers but as a SoCal native I have been hoping that for 48 years.

5 hours ago
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Michael EdwardsI’m not sure they have the pitching. Bullpens are fickle and it’s not guaranteed they will duplicate last year. They have several pitchers coming off arm injuries and are not a sure thing. The offense should be very good, but the pitching for me is too suspect to have them leapfrog other teams.

9 hours ago
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Eric CarinoAngels will make the postseason. Their starting pitchers were on DL and Trout missed 2 months. Bridwell made his debut 2 months in to the season and he's just about undefeated (10-3). With the additions of Ohtani, upton and Cozart I'm sure their will be a 20+ game winning differential from 2017 and they were only 21 games back this year.

20 hours ago
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Mariano OrizabaWhy do you build me up (build me up) buttercup, baby Just to let me down (let me down) and mess me around And then worst of all (worst of all) you never win, baby When you say you will (say you will) but I love you still.

20 hours ago
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Matt TrippLOL they made offense additions doesnt mean they can compete, if they want to have any shot they need a way better bullpen, and not a pieced together rotation, and one guy whos arm is falling off, and who they apparantly only signed to a minor deal? lol

19 hours ago
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Richard PhillipsIf the pitchers can stay healthy, we are the forces to rekon with. Can't wait for the season to start. This has got to be the best off season the Angels have ever had. Thank You Artie Moreno;)

8 hours ago
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David JonesOffense puts fans in the seats but pitching wins championships and I don't see any pitching, My guess is they are planning on winning games by scoring 7 plus runs a night.

7 hours ago
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Chris BasfordI like the moves they have made to improve their offense, but they are really throwing in all the chips on their pitching staff... Nice lineup though.

18 hours ago
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Victor SalasSure they'll make the Postseason... ...and lose again. The Failos will never to give Trout another chance with that craptacular farm system of theirs.

8 hours ago
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