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Wow, and I thought I’d be the harsh one on Sanchez…
Kansas City Mirage
“His hit rates are very low, his strikeout rates are very high, his walks aren’t something we’re overly excited about, but at the same time he’s very young. He’s somebody our scouts feel is a breakout candidate moving forward into 2012.” — Royals’ GM Good luck Kansas City! We’ve said that every year for the past five years.
Why J. Sanchez sucks
The Giants have dealt lefties Jonathan Sanchez and AA-pitcher Ryan Verdugo to the Kansas City Royals for centerfielder Melky Cabrera. Why this trade was not a good deal: We should have done it one year ago when Sanchez’s value was through the roof and would have brought a return of major-league players and fringe prospects. The Giants and Sabean are one year too late on this deal. Why...
No more Jonathan Sanchez!!!!
Fuck him and his “I don’t have anything I need to improve on” attitude. Kiss my ass.
Trading T. Lincecum
Several recent articles have popped up on some sports Web sites citing a possibility to improve the Giants by trading Tim Lincecum. The first is here at FanGraphs: LINK and the other is a horribly written, unconvincing piece of shit, by none other than FoxSports. (Too disgusted to post a link.) Before we get too far into this blog post, I don’t advocate trading Tim Lincecum, just exploring...
It’s been reported by Hank Schulman and others that Carlos Beltran has left super agent Scott Boras and is now represented by Dan Lozano. Lozano has previously represented J.T. Snow and was once an agent for Giants’ great, Barry Bonds. Lozano and his company currently represent two other Giants All-stars, Brian Wilson and Tim Lincecum. Lozano is also the representative for free agent...