But it was a statement of fact used to diminish the return on that trade. I'm fine with a high upside lottery ticket for Beltran, and I'd be fine with
I agree. The CBA screwed him and Machado. Tying up 20% of the threshold on one guy seems unlikely, especially when considering the massive penalties
We need to see how he performs next 2 seasons before determining he's worth 400M
I can't see any team giving anyone a contract at an AAV of ~ $40 million per. That is 19.04% of the cap in 2021 (even more the next few years). Not
It was a statement of fact. I hope Tate evolves into an ace, but when they acquired him he was struggling in low A.
dig deeper into his numbers and you'll see a career low BABIP... an yet, his line drive rate was super high, and his batted ball velocity was 4th best