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6/9/2010-10:04am at 10:04 am (UTC -4)
Stil don’t think Beltran is coming back this year, if he still can’t actually run, 6 MONTHS after his minor knee procedure, and 9 months after he last played on it.
Actually, he wil probably make a cameo in September, and do just enough to foul up plans for next year, making the team think he will be able to play, so leaving his OF spot open. Then boom, he misses 2011 too, leaving them with a stop gap.
Better off of course if he comes back and stays back, but if that isn’t happening, I hope he has a massive failure, and has to officially retire (or commit to missing 2011) so the team can just move on, and not be held hostage.
Just thank GOd Pagan has been so good this year. Could you imagine having GMjr. all year, keeping the position warm for Carlos?
6/9/2010-11:17am at 11:17 am (UTC -4)
Who the hell cares at this point.
Out with the old.
“Home grown = home wins”—could not have said it better myself.
And no, I cannot imagine having GMJ all year.
Stick, I have been analyzing my problems with the team the first month, as I seriously have never been as angry at the team since 1993, and I really think Jacobs on the team hitting cleanup and GMJ on the team and playing were the largest sources of my anger. When I look back, I really cannot believe how annoyed I was, and I am fully back to normal (well, for me) now.
Yeah, a healthy Beltran is valuable, but if Pagan and Frenchy keep this up, I still say a 3-man platoon in CF and RF is the way to go. Keep everyone rested, and have a great PH/OF for double switches every day.
Screw Ollie, screw Beltran.
Ike, Pelf, Niese, Tejada, Pagan, Barajas, Blanco….
Yeah, Omar can’t assemble a farm system or acquire good secondary players.
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