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Leonard Zelig

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  1. 3 hours ago, EloyJenkins said:

    Read up on that LA times article if you can (should be free). It sure sounds like Domestic violence or ethical conduct will surely be explored.

    I’m guessing I found the article you are talking about.  Sounds like both the Dodgers may be able to terminate the deal and MLB could also take disciplinary action against him. 


  2. 2 hours ago, EloyJenkins said:

    Dodgers probably are VERY interested. Bauer may be done not only this year...but his career. LA Times had an article today that stated the clubhouse doesn't want him back at all and legally/league discipline surely could void his contract. 

    I know this isn’t the point of this thread, but could Bauer’s contract be voided even if he doesn’t get in any legal trouble?


  3. 30 minutes ago, kgrittenburg said:

    Yes, he didn't think you could request a review after a mound visit, or something like that

    There is supposedly a 20 second limit to challenge a call.  Maybe there are exceptions in certain cases.  I am unaware, but I only know what I’ve heard from announcers. 


  4. 21 minutes ago, BrianAnderson said:

    its kind of a figure of speech. thanks for adding to the convo in a meaningful way :) 

    I made pretty much the same point as you 2 posts above the one I quoted, does that count as meaningful?


  5. 1 hour ago, BrianAnderson said:

    also for those of you that haven't been to a cardinals game ... yadi owns that town. he's easily the fan favorite there. walks on water. his cheers are more than arenado and goldy combined. its hard to explain the love, but he's not going to be a sox

    Do you really think it’s hard to explain the Cardinals fans’ love for Yadi?


  6. Rational or not, I think St. Louis wants Yadi to be a lifelong Cardinal and not play for anyone else.  
     

    by St. Louis I mean the organization 


  7. 2 hours ago, Chicago White Sox said:

    And that’s fine if they didn’t want to wait, but ultimately no one should be surprised when Eaton misses a ton of games or ends up being inefficient as the season wears down.  His body simply can’t endure a full season and remain productive.  Honestly, it’s just frustrating we’ve had this massive hole in RF for two straight years and now will have to trade away prospects to fill it.

    Who is surprised by it?  I think the Sox were forced into playing him more than they planned to.  If Robert, Eloy and Engel weren’t out, Eaton probably gets way more days off and maybe his body holds up better.  Maybe not, but we will never know. 

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