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And the man who replaced Mr. Dombrowski in Detroit, Mr. Avila, is not off to such a good start, retaining <span class="playerdef"><a href="http://www.baseballprospectus.com/card/card.php?id=3">Brad Ausmus</a></span>.
I'm sorry to hear that you're leaving BP. I've enjoyed your work. Good luck in your future endeavors.
Actually it was not <span class="playerdef"><a href="http://www.baseballprospectus.com/card/card.php?id=102011">Matt Boyd</a></span>'s ML debut.
Except that the models of the climate scientists have been horribly wrong for many years. The scouts and prospect writers do a much better job.
Like poker, they are a game of skill with an element of luck involved. But then, what doesn't have an element of luck involved?
I can think of nothing the government does or says that is encouraging.
Good luck to you and your family. Your column is one of my favorites on BP. I hope you recover quickly.
Welcome. I agree with the premise of the article. I know I'm old school, but I hate the self-aggrandization that bat flips and flamboyant save celebrations actually are.
Our loss is the Cubs gain. Good luck to you Mr. Parks. I've greatly enjoyed your work at BP.
I signed up at Draft Sheet and turned in my first lineup today. I went with:
The vig is a bit steep but it's fun.
Great article. The same goes for announcers. As I believe I read on BP at one time, The skills it takes to play the game and the skills it takes to analyze the game, different skill set.
I'm a Tiger fan but I find the Astros a very intriguing organization and I'm rooting for them, and I'm sure they will succeed. Excellent article Ian.
I'm sorry for your loss.
This guy has to go. I can't read this stuff at the office without laughing out loud.
Another good call.
Mark "The Bird" Fidrych, for those of us old enough to remember.
You're not seriously espousing what that idiot Paul Krugman says, are you?
I found the article very interesting and enjoyed it. I do take exception to one premise, however. I know in these times of political correctness we don't want to blame anybody for anything, but take it from someone who has had addictions, addiction is a weakness, not a disease.
I know Pettite seems to have gotten a free pass on the steroid issue for some reason, but it has kept McGwire out of the Hall so far.
I am old and cranky, but when you combine the PED issue with the unethical way he forced his way out of Boston, Manny is no returning hero.
I hope you remain "a bit shrill" on this because there is nothing in baseball that irritates me more than the way managers use their bullpen. You are absolutely correct.