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Wednesday, October 14, 2009
My Anticipatory Morning in ExileAs I mentioned yesterday, I have to be in court this morning, so I won't have anything here until this afternoon. I did write six posts for NBC, however, that will be going live as the morning progresses. Among the topics: Ron Darling's tax trouble, the Dodgers' playoff rotation, the desirability (or not) of a potential freeway series, some thoughts on hating Manny, and two posts on the Nats: one about how they poached my team's scouting director (grrr!) and one about how their former, disgraced employees are still somehow privy to the team's inside information. Or at least pretend to be.
Anyway, you know the place. There are two posts up now, one will come live in about ten minutes, and the last three at roughly half-hour intervals after that.
Posted by Craig Calcaterra at 9:18am
Yeah, I know the place, but I never go to that part of I-town without a bodyguard, and NEVER say anything.
Posted 10/14 at 09:55 AM
Kevin S. said...
Craig, for what it’s worth, K-Law has repeated said that Clark going to the Nats is no loss for Atlanta.
Posted 10/14 at 10:09 AM
Craig, have you heard this yet?
It is absolutely incredible.
Posted 10/14 at 11:26 AM
But…but…but…we were told we NEEDED a Yankees-Dodgers series!
Posted 10/14 at 12:10 PM
APBA Guy said...
Interesting about Tim Hudson potentially getting a 4 year deal at $ 50M.
At 34 and with a spotty recent injury history, there’s a high probability for a bad contract for some team here.
Still the “greater fool” theory applies: probably Houston.
Posted 10/14 at 03:18 PM
The Astros already have far too many bad contracts to take on another one. Its not intelligence dictating restraint, but rather past stupidity.
Posted 10/14 at 04:31 PM
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