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November 30, 2006 12:00 AM

Big Bucks in Baseball

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I'm not sure where all this big spending in baseball will end up but I do know one thing...it won't be the Rockies doing it. As usual they sit back and let everyone else wheel and deal and then try to sell fans that the status quo and the youth movement will work. Someday. In a galaxy far far away.



Discussion

  • November 30, 2006

    9:37 AM

    David Martinez writes:

    I'm in 100% agreement with the comment's of Drew Litton. Aside from a Yankees depleted minor league, i'd say all the MLB teams have a youth movement.
    Always tomorrow, never today. I guess i'll root, root, root for the home team...Tomorrow.

  • November 30, 2006

    10:17 AM

    Rob writes:

    The Yankees minor league system is depleted?!? I thought Asia was the highest populated continent in the world. They're not depleted, they're just in a different league.

  • November 30, 2006

    6:27 PM

    Dwayne writes:

    I'd rather see the Rockies build from within. Stop signing big name pitchers who have no clue. The fact the Rox have their AAA affiliate in altitude is a benefit that is overlooked. I wish they would put a A team in altitude also. The Yankees problem is they sign all these big name players. Remember their Championship teams from the 90s. There was very few superstars. When they got superstar hungry is when they stopped winning titles. Aside from Patrick Roy, Joe Sakic, and Ray Bourque...I remember Shjon Podien, and what he contributed as a ROLE PLAYER for the Avalanche 2001 Cup. Let the Yankees outspend the national defecit. Let the Red Sox spend $51m to TALK to a player.

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