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Thursday, January 22, 2009
Keith Law’s Top 100In the last post I called Matt Wieters "the best prospect in baseball." Know how I know that?
Because Keith Law's Top 100 is up, and Wieters is listed number one.
Now if you'll excuse me, I have 99 more to read. As do you.
Posted by Craig Calcaterra at 3:05pm
There is nothing more depressing for an Astros fan than reading Keith Law’s Top 100 prospects. Castro at 96 is the only thing keeping us from being shut out.
Posted 01/22 at 04:50 PM
Jason @ IIATMS said...
Aarcraft: then you should definitely stay away from Law’s organizational rankings and his comments. It ain’t pretty for the ‘Stros.
Posted 01/22 at 06:13 PM
I saw that too. Brattain’s article yesterday on Selig loyalist also cut me real deep.
Posted 01/22 at 06:46 PM
Is there some way to subscribe to ESPN’s Insider w/o paying the $39 price that includes a subscription to the (annoying) magazine? I’d gladly pay $10 a year to read the website…
Posted 01/22 at 07:49 PM
Jason @ IIATMS said...
Wells: I got it from using expiring airline mileage… got ESPN the Mag for a 2 yr sub for maybe 1k expiring miles and that gave me Insider. strange but true.
I think it was a continental promo. maybe US Air?
Posted 01/22 at 11:00 PM
Wells, I don’t think there is a way. The $39 is really just for the Insider subscription—they just bundle the magazine with it to keep their magazine subscription numbers up.
I read somewhere recently that you can’t opt out of the magazine component, you can only ask that they ship it elsewhere (military bases, etc).
Posted 01/23 at 10:22 AM
You can subscribe to the magazine for less than $39 per year, and Insider is included. I think I paid less than $20 for my subscription. Well worth everything I get online, in my opinion. And I read the mag about half the time.
Posted 01/23 at 03:32 PM
Yeah, you can get the ESPN Magazine for $15 from Amazon, which will get you Insider. That’s reasonable for the online content. I barely read the Mag myself.
Posted 01/24 at 11:00 PM