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“If we were spending more, I probably wouldn’t have the same sense of satisfaction,” he said with a laugh.
Nothing satisfies like a pocket full of free cash, does it Lew?
$7.5 mill for a 1B with a 91 OPS+, and who had a 103 OPS+ when he was there last. Moneyball.
It doesn't make sense that fans would care what a team spends on players
And yet over and over and over, I have seen RSox fans quibble as if some great victory has been achieved if a guy lives up to his contract, and sell their children rather than get caught on the tail end of a guy getting older.
You're crazy. Red Sox fans don't like overpaying because it means there's a budget and the more you spend on bad players the less you can spend on good ones.
I'm calling it now: Oakland vs. San Francisco in the World Series. Winner gets San Jose.
I'd like to a repeat of '89, though with less earthquakes.
There's an easy way to cut the A's off from revenue sharing: let them move to San Jose.
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