Discussion in 'Sports Forum' started by Melody Bot, Sep 3, 2019.
Trout still probably #1 actually.
Idk if anybody would go five this offseason so that should probably work?
do it and do it now thank you
4 years with club option for 5 sounds perf for them
Depends on if we're taking dudes at their current age or at the age they were when they were actually drafted/signed/whatever
Soto will be great but value wise Trout may still be number one over his next six years (going by that standard of draft control)
Papa Cohen gonna swoop into Lamaheiu
I mean they're still paying Cano for what, two years after next?
I'll say that I'm actually rooting for the Mets to get good, just not on that one aspect haha.
Boy the HOF first time nominees are the weakest in a long ass time
Give me this forever
If a writer fills out a ballot with 10 names checked off he/she should get their vote taken away forever.
I’m sure we are going to see a few token votes going to guys like Nick Swisher just for the hell of it.
Time for HOF voter shenanigans once again
how can he say that when Mark Buehrle is right there
fuck Schilling forever but he’s a HoF’er
Pettitte has been a borderline case forever but i think he deserves it
on top of being an asshole, IIRC Schilling had 5 good-great seasons and was hurt constantly. Had nearly a 3.50 era and 216 wins. He might get the nod for being a crucial part of the Sox World Series win, but he was overshadowed by Johnson in Arizona, and I don’t think he’s a no-brainer.
Schilling can wait until he’s dead
Expand the Hall and put Buehrle in
i've always thought the hall was too strict now. like, as a 90s kid, you can't tell me Andy Pettite isn't a name that will stick out forever. he should be a no brainer.
Schilling was a much better pitcher than Pettitte or Buehrle. A bigger asshole too for sure but there’s no debating the on the field numbers.
Schilling is obviously worthy but we should really wait until he’s been dead for 20 years to revisit the matter