And again, I actually think that makes just at little sense. He's advocating organized collusion against a player on basis of his interpretation of public
How do you think these people make their lists or write their articles? They have contacts from every single MLB front office. Perhaps that wording was
No, Law has been banging this drum hard from the start, calling it reprehensible every step of the way.
Let's rewind. Let's go back to the point I objected to. You said, "Many MLB front office people have seen Severino as a reliever even before he
Keep harping on Keith Law, who I am not even talking about. Here are a few excerpts from others:
February 2015: Severino has much better
What do you have in mind?
Giving up Torres, Frazier, Kap/Sheffield+ for Sale? Nope (and based on the Nats package that may not even have