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chaneyhey
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chaneyhey
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That was F'ing AWESOME!!!

 
chaneyhey
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This is why I subscribe to BP and don't follow ESPN on twitter. Excellent work.

 
chaneyhey
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Comment rating: -1

The Cardinals aren't losing leverage .... Pujols is. Pujols is only worth as much as another team is willing to pay him next year and the Cardinals know that they will match any reasonable offer.

Feb 11, 2011 6:32 AM on Pujols Plays His Cards
 
chaneyhey
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The article fails to take into account that the utilization of the "closer" may be an adaptation to modern offenses. Stated another way, in order to keep things status quo, the "closer" was a necessity. Just playing devil's advocate.

Jan 19, 2011 11:14 AM on The Twilight of the Gods
 
chaneyhey
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Comment rating: 6

I prefer the tier method of ranking. This helps a fantasy drafter better assess his draft picks.

 
chaneyhey
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Comment rating: -8

More reason why baseball needs a salarly cap. The Yankees have made some of the worst baseball decisions in the last 10 years but are able to overcome those terrible decisions by buying a crapload of talent. Of course, baseball does not want this to change because Yankees + Playoffs = $$$$. I miss the 80s.

Nov 05, 2009 9:00 AM on SoDo Mojo, To Go
 
chaneyhey
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Comment rating: -6

Here are my predictions --- Cards in 3; Phillies in 4, Yankees in 3, and Angels in 5. Here's my problem with predictions by experts ---- there's really no accountability. Every week I see Lou Holtz make some stupid prediction and I say to myself ... what makes him an expert? So, I guess what I am saying is it would be really really cool if the people on BP would track the accuracy of their predictions and state so before making another prediction. Otherwise, these predictions carry the same weight as my previous emails to my brother and friends this morning predicting playoff winners (and no, I don't gamble).

Oct 06, 2009 1:37 PM on Series Previews