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Eric Hosmer visits San Diego, could he really sign with the Padres?The off-season has been slow to develop, but with Shohei Ohtani signing with the Angels this week, action picking up on the Giancarlo Stanton trade front, and the Winter Meetings next week, things should pick up quickly now.
The off-season has been slow to develop, but with Shohei Ohtani signing with the Angels this week, action picking up on the Giancarlo Stanton trade front, and the Winter Meetings next week, things should pick up quickly now.
Baseball in the long run is a game of billionaire owners.
The answer is no he's not going to the Padres. He's going to Boston to be with Kacie McDonnell.
People will be less traumatized if they look at these players as employees and not "best buddy-next door neighbor-lovers of Kansas city" guys.It is a multi-million dollar business. They are going to go where they make the most money.
Get real. Out here in the real world, nobody expects Hosmer to return. He did his time here, played in two World Series, won one. He should go where he’s gonna get the most money. That’s the American way. True fans never root for the player, we root for the team. We understand this.
Small markets can't afford good players.
Back to being a Farm Club for thirty five years.
11:23:Apparently they can. Check out Alex Gordon's salary.They gave him this windfall when he was playing well.
I'm pretty sure Kacie McDonnell would go wherever he goes, not vice versa. He would have to ask first.
So does this mean the price of pop corn will be reduced at the stadium?
ugh..I’m an idiot!!! I don’t understand baseball! Help me! My diaper’s full!!’
No. If you’re worried about the price of popcorn, go the fuck awAy. You’re broke Nigga. You aren’t what we’re looking for.
Take the diaper off. pull it down over your head and inhale as deep as you can. Then you will get a sample of your own shit.
^^^ Sounds like your 6th grade science project.
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