K-Rod to Baltimore

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    K-Rod to Baltimore

    Helps their 'pen for sure.  

     

    Anything cooking for the Sox?

     
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    It sounds to me that Boston wasn't interested in a guy who beat up his girlfriends father.  If so, I think it was a good move.

     
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    In response to ampoule's comment:


    It sounds to me that Boston wasn't interested in a guy who beat up his girlfriends father.  If so, I think it was a good move.



    They were probably one of the three teams in thr American League who where in it at the end and were out bid by a divisional rival.

     
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    what did the Os give up?

    I heard from God today.... and she sounded just like me.

    what have i done? and who have i become?

    I saw the Devil today..... and he looked a lot like me

    I looked away.... I TURNED AWAYYY!

    I'm on the wrong side of heaven and the righteous side of hell.

     

     
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    The O's gave up an A-ball middle infielder named Nick Delmonico. So... not much...

     

     

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    The O's gave up an A-ball middle infielder named Nick Delmonico. So... not much...

     

     

    “Listen to the mustn'ts, child. Listen to the don'ts. Listen to the shouldn'ts, the impossibles, the won'ts. Listen to the never haves, then listen close to me. Anything can happen, child. Anything can be.”

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    i woder why the sox bailed on him then... maybe they have someone better in mind?

    1 things for sure, we need another BP arm

     
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    They did not give up much for him. He would have helped the Sox,

     
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    They did not give up much for him. He would have helped the Sox,



    The Orioles gave up their 4th ranked prospect (Nicky Delmonico), who projects to be a corner infielder in the Majors with a pretty high ceiling.  He's obviously blocked by Davis & Machado in Baltimore, so he may have been considered expendable, but read some scouting reports on this kid.  He's been moved around defensively, but at 6'3" 210 plus, he's a big kid who can hit, and hit for power.  

    My guess is Milwaukee may have asked for Cecchini for Rodriguez, and that wasn't happening.  I'm guessing Almanzar would have been available, but Milwaukee liked Delmonico more.  

     
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    Re: K-Rod to Baltimore

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    In response to AL34's comment:
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    They did not give up much for him. He would have helped the Sox,

     



    The Orioles gave up their 4th ranked prospect (Nicky Delmonico), who projects to be a corner infielder in the Majors with a pretty high ceiling.  He's obviously blocked by Davis & Machado in Baltimore, so he may have been considered expendable, but read some scouting reports on this kid.  He's been moved around defensively, but at 6'3" 210 plus, he's a big kid who can hit, and hit for power.  

     

    My guess is Milwaukee may have asked for Cecchini for Rodriguez, and that wasn't happening.  I'm guessing Almanzar would have been available, but Milwaukee liked Delmonico more.  

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    This sounds about right to me.

     
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    Baltimore just got tougher to beat if that's possible.

     
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    Re: K-Rod to Baltimore

    Their starters still have a 4.64 ERA. I don't know if this is the move they needed. Might have been the only one they could afford though.

    -Daf.

     
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