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Just now, caulfield12 said:

Five FBI's.  Highly unlikely either of those guys are back as FA's...Drury has played well but slumping mightily until today. 

All their deadline acquisitions were disappointments to some degree. 

It's like a thing with Preller trades.

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27 minutes ago, chw42 said:

All their deadline acquisitions were disappointments to some degree. 

It's like a thing with Preller trades.

Hader was great at the end after figuring things out.  Drury was fine for a $300,000 acquisition.   Bell was Adam Frazier, 2021 version. 

(Compare to Leury Garcia.) 

But after watching Soto for two months now,  just no way they will end up giving him a massive contract extension as well.  But also no way they make the playoffs without Soto.  Period. 

 

Also, can't imagine this pen with Brash and Munoz that were traded to the Mariners.  Would top 2014-15 KC. 

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There are so many obvious names on both teams the Sox should have acquired, but Kim & Nick Martinez are guys who would have provided them with badly needed depth and by all accounts they weren't interested at all.

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4 minutes ago, caulfield12 said:

Machado Grisham Nola the only hitters with over a 734 ops in the postseason...pretty crazy. 

Grisham was sitting quite a bit for them in September. I think there may have been a window to buy low on him this off-season but that's gone now.

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31 minutes ago, maxjusttyped said:

Grisham was sitting quite a bit for them in September. I think there may have been a window to buy low on him this off-season but that's gone now.

Yep they still needed him for CF defense and Myers hasn't done anything all year. 

Profar would have been a fine acquisition because he can play everywhere on the field... but especially LF and 2B. 

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23 minutes ago, Balta1701 said:

If the Padres announcers are accurate, Hader had never thrown a pitch clocked at 100 before the playoffs this year. He’s now thrown 7, at least 3 tonight.

Maybe some of those guys borrowed that ring worm treatment from Tatis.

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At least it's an interesting series now. 

3/26 if losing first two at home, 85 Royals, 86 Mets, 96 Yankees vs. Braves the exceptions. 

Snell will go down as one of the heroes of the last couple of months. Arguably their best pitcher when Musgrove was fading. 

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