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11/17/2010-4:32pm at 4:32 pm (UTC -4)
rusty u must be in html mode not visual mode when u paste text and u can not switch to visual mode at any time once u paste code.
U WILL see 2 tabs 1 says html the other visual.
B4 u enter code check that u r in html.
11/17/2010-4:33pm at 4:33 pm (UTC -4)
Is there a workable mobile app for WordPress? I’ve never tried, but i imaigne there must be.
11/17/2010-4:39pm at 4:39 pm (UTC -4)
I did – I swear !
11/17/2010-4:44pm at 4:44 pm (UTC -4)
u have to have switched to visual at 1 point though cause the code got corrupt.
Basically if you dont see this in the code.
<_style type='text/css'_> <_ /style_>
Minus the underscores or else i would not be able to show u then that means it wont show properly.
If at any time after pasting u r in visual that code above will be removed rendering it useless.
11/17/2010-4:36pm at 4:36 pm (UTC -4)
i see u tryin 2 fix post cause it tells me you are editing it when i try 2 view the edit on it.
u can recopy the code from blackbird and just try again.
speaking of apps, does this site have a mobile version, I was using it last night on my droid, and it was nto exactly sized right. Or am I doing something wrong?
11/17/2010-5:02pm at 5:02 pm (UTC -4)
This from Rubin on Feliciano:
Said Feliciano is a FA and drawing interest from Philly and Yankees.
‘Still, it’s not believed Feliciano is close to signing elsewhere. Dialogue with the Mets has been minimal so far because of the involvement with the managerial search and other turnover-related business.
Agent Melvin Roman, who is now being assisted by ex-Mets infielder Ramon Martinez, said he was unable to comment on the status of the 34-year-old Feliciano’s free agency. Feliciano made $2.9 million this past season.
“At this point we’re just going to have no comment,” Roman said. “We’ve made a decision we’re not going to say anything until anything happens.”
I have no idea what Roman is trying to say. –Pedro going to turn down arbitration, if the Mets offer it – maybe?
11/17/2010-5:26pm at 5:26 pm (UTC -4)
He is a type B, so no reason for a team to wait to see if he is offered arbitration. The Yankees could sign him tomorrow if they want to.
And I am fine with it. Saving 4 million on a LOOGY, when you are on a tight budget, seems like a no brainer to me!
11/17/2010-9:49pm at 9:49 pm (UTC -4)
He has to turn it down. He’ll get at least two years, if not more, on the market.
There are a lot of relievers available. The smart choice is to let the the power of supply over demand play out and wait out the best values. Feliciano is replaceable for less than what he will get.
11/17/2010-10:37pm at 10:37 pm (UTC -4)
I expect too that it is true. and when you throw in a high draft pick into the deal, it is really a no brainer.
11/17/2010-5:35pm at 5:35 pm (UTC -4)
speaking of the Uggla deal, that reminds me of a roster building style I like.
Pick up rentals, and if you are not in the race come the deadline, flip them for prospects. And if you keep them, hope for arbitration declines.
at least tht way you don’t get stuck with Bay or Ollie albatross contracts!
11/17/2010-8:50pm at 8:50 pm (UTC -4)
Hate to admit it, but that Uggla trade might have been quite smart on the Braves part.
11/17/2010-9:03pm at 9:03 pm (UTC -4)
Feliciano is gone. not only do we not have the money this season to spend on a lefty specialist but he’s getting older, gonna get hurt sooner or later and nets us a sandwich pick.
he has been a great reliever for us but its better for us to just let offer him arbitration and if he declines, just let him walk…
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