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About AlGoreRythm

  • Birthday 08/21/1988

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  1. This is possibly the worst analogy I've read on this site. What you're saying is you'd rather have a worse shortstop that makes references to things you're familiar with, which is dumb.
  2. If you were him, then he'd be you, and he'd use your body to make silly comments about taking less money. Be honest with yourself for a second and you know you'd take the best financial option, which is more money over more years.
  3. His defense has been decent but certainly not incredible. He's had some very good plays, some that looked better than they were due to his lack of range, and quite a few plays that should've been made but we're either outside his limited range or just bobbled/dropped/knocked down. He's far from a butcher, but certainly not anywhere near incredible or gold glove status. For reference, Baseball Savant had his ’22 Outs Above Average as -5 at 3rd this year
  4. I want them to move on from Urshela simply because I can't stand his walk-up song at bat...
  5. No way that's possible. I'd take whatever odds you offer on that bet. You're relying on the possibility the Nats would offer a huge deal to Correa. Nats wanted to sign Soto to that deal because he's like 23-24. Correa is 28-29. A deal like Soto's would carry Correa through the end of his career in all likelihood. He's good at a premium position, but would that be the expectation for the entirety of a contract like that for Correa throughout his 30's? Unlikely. 5 extra years of his 20's is why they offered Soto the deal they did.
  6. I find the write up very humorous. It isn't subtle, but it does a great job of joking about those confused over very simple issues of public health and not so simple issues of conspiratorial thinking and being aggrieved over anything that makes them uncomfortable.
  7. After the 2 strange seasons, that sounds like a recipe for injured pitchers...
  8. Sorry dude, no offense, but please proof read before posting or use grammarly or something. I couldn't even finish reading this because of all the spelling and typographical errors throughout.
  9. I was on of the few that saw this happen, along with 3 of my grade school friends and my father. He brought us as my belated 13th birthday party and we each took turns sitting in the yellow seat where Puckett's HR landed from Game 6 in '91. The game was not televised either, if memory serves, so it was much more momentous to see it happen than I could really fathom at 13. However it's one of the childhood memories I cherish most. Even kept the ticket stubs!
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