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“You know, Braun over in Milwaukee committed the greatest theft in history,” McLain said. “Robbed $100 million. Didn’t use a gun or a mask. It doesn’t get any better than that.”
You know, Braun over in Milwaukee committed the greatest theft in history,” McLain said. “Robbed $100 million. Didn’t use a gun or a mask. It doesn’t get any better than that.”
Is McLain saying this admiringly?
Irrespective of other stuff, isn't not appealing the best outcome for Detroit? Marginal impact on their odds of making the playoffs don't change much, then they get him back for the postseason.
(I'm not at all familiar with the Tiger's plans for Peralta moving forward - were they looking at re-signing him?).
He's a league average hitter most of his career (much better than that 2 of the last 3)
if he wants to "take care of" his children and grandchildren and parents and siblings for the rest of their lives, he could still use some more money.
But sadly, now he should have all of them taken away.
Which is funny b/c the stats show him as average at worst, and as good as +10/150.
Can Peralta, or any suspended player, sign 6 week deal with a Taiwan/Indy/other league and keep playing? It would be a good way to stay sharp & in shape?
He's still under contract with the Tigers, so I'm guessing no, he cannot, unless Detroit lends him somehow, which they would not.
+10 (cumulative) on range
Peralta's going to have to keep himself in shape.
He may have roided to get the contract but, by the time he got caught, he had no financial incentive to use.
I've interacted with Denny a few times on Facebook and found him to be charming, bright, and friendly.
unless Detroit lends him somehow, which they would not.
Why? Wouldn't they want him in game shape for the playoffs?
And that's what makes him so dangerous. He's a confidence man.
I thought Manny played in some rehab games before he came back from his first suspension.
For the last 3 years (2010-13) UZR has him average on DPs, +10 (cumulative) on range, and +26 (cum) on errors
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