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TimMavor
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TimMavor
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Seems like Theo Epstein and the Red Sox might have been looking at the same numbers as you ;-)

 
TimMavor
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ooops...meant "Christina"! My bad...

Jul 30, 2009 10:13 AM on Major Moves Roundup
 
TimMavor
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I think the Indians IF is gonna be pretty crowded, as one person Christine did not mention in MI equation for Cleveland is Valbuena. He is younger than Donald (as is Cabrera), and having a modicum of success already at the major league level. With Peralta having already slid over to third, it will be interesting to see how this plays out next spring.

Jul 30, 2009 10:12 AM on Major Moves Roundup
 
TimMavor
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I found this point of particular interest: "but if such careless design decisions are not rectified in all major league parks" Not sure what might be meant by "rectified in all" here, because as a fan-base would anyone want to see the outfield wall at Wrigley changed? Or the leftfield scoreboard at Fenway? Just wondering about Steve's, and others, thoughts on that? I know that as a Sox fan, and despite wanting the players to have as safe an environment as possible, I would find hard to stomach a dramatic change to that scoreboard.

 
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Interesting that humeral retroversion would lend stability to the shoulder. I would have guessed there would be a more likely occurrence of humeral subluxation. Also, to emphasize the "made, not born" comment of Will, I believe that the measured retroversion in the non-pitching arm is often in the "normal" range.

Mar 19, 2009 5:31 AM on The Bonds Edition