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Take the number .304396 and subtract .01083 if the pitcher is strictly a Knuckleball pitcher. If not keep the .304396 number.
Take the result from the last step and add .002321 if the pitcher is left handed, if not keep the number from the above step.
It still wouldn't shock me if the Red Sox trade the rights to Matsuzaka.
My guess is a week ago, you would have eaten your hat over the idea of the Red Sox spending $51.1 million for his rights.
Where did you see these? Where did they say the money was coming from? All the explanations I've heard so far sound like Kramer trying to explain how the Post Office "writes off" the cost of Jerry's broken stereo.
Now someone just has to agree with me that Fernando Martinez will be better than Reyes or Wright. Anyone?
Boston won't have that impact. Japanese tourists rarely come to visit Boston. There is no expatriate population. The impact won't be as strong as that for New York.
Too many unknowns here for us "basement" analysts to have a clue if it makes sense or not.
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