Friday, February 02, 2018

Hosmer Demanding Retirement Payday

Follow-up on local contract talks as the home team struggles to move pasty its glory days. Read more:

Kansas City Royals: Eric Hosmer looking for eight year deal?

As we approach Super Bowl Sunday, usually the big free agents have signed. This off-season has been the exception to that rule, thanks to the clients of super agent Scott Boras, the luxury tax acting as a hard salary cap, and teams finally realizing that big free agents deals aren't necessarily the best way to go.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

No fan can relate to Hosmer or his money.
Fans can’t afford to go to many games and Hosmer and his selfish self will make sure more can’t go.
The next time you see a $10 beer or $5 candy... write a letter to “ground ball” money-ball Hosmer and thank him.
He could have had instant game by signing with the Royals... now he can’t find a team as no one wants to see ground balls and most would rather see a rookie and see someone who appreciates a smaller paycheck.
Greedy greedy greedy...