I don't know if I agree with that. Mainly because of what's going on with the Yankees right now. Judge, Sanchez, Torres, and Andujar are all making around 500k a year and have been. I think Judge and Sanchez are finally eligible for arbitration after this season. So for the first 4 years in the bigs they'll have made about 2/2.5 Mill a piece. If Roberts is legit they're just spreading his money out instead of paying it in year 5 or 6. They're also going to end up having to pay huge when he's still in his prime at 28 if they want to keep him.It's a gamble for sure.
But if he turns out to be legit, they'll end up saving money in the long run.
Been watching playoffs every year, sone regular season games, but very few reg season games@Clark Griswold
What did you get me into?
It was 2018 I started watching, right?
MLB's sign-stealing controversy broadens: Sources say the...
Astros' Luhnow, Hinch fired after MLB gives banThe Astros cheated.
heard about the firings, missed this., the Astros will also lose first- and second-round draft picks in 2020 and 2021
View: https://twitter.com/ac13alex/status/336312942205222912?s=19How the fuck didn't Cora getting shit?
This is gamesmanship.
watching that "9 to 5" elude him like a "12 to 6".The massive sign-stealing scandal in Major League Baseball has already claimed two managers. AJ Hinch of the Houston Astros and Alex Cora of the Boston Red Sox were shown the door for their roles in the electronic sign-stealing scheme.
Yet one untouched name consistently bandied about in the league's investigation was Carlos Beltran, who happens to be the manager of the New York Mets, and was a player on the Astros at the time, leaving him exempt from official punishment. While signs have pointed to his job remaining safe, Wednesday paints another picture.
ESPN's Buster Olney reports that the Mets are now "wavering" on the hire of Beltran after considering all factors.
Fucking Houston trash