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2013 MLB Regular Season Wrapup Discussion Thread

Originally posted by robniner:
I guess the Cubs 3B of the future is starting to show signs of paying off. Late next season debut?

Why dont you put his name? I dont get the point of your post, why is he showing signs of paying off? Is it because he was the fall league MVP? you might want to put more stuff in your posts then these vague posts about random stuff
Braves have a kid in their farm system that they like, i wonder if they will call him up?

Giants are looking to sign a player, I wonder if he will contribute this year?
WRITE SOMETHING
Originally posted by valrod33:
WRITE SOMETHING

Write; something.
Originally posted by valrod33:
WRITE SOMETHING INTELLIGENT

The Astros are hoping they wont finish with the worst record in baseball next year and think their promising A ball player can contribute one of these days.
[ Edited by Ninerjohn on Nov 18, 2013 at 10:33 AM ]
Originally posted by valrod33:
Originally posted by robniner:
I guess the Cubs 3B of the future is starting to show signs of paying off. Late next season debut?

Why dont you put his name? I dont get the point of your post, why is he showing signs of paying off? Is it because he was the fall league MVP? you might want to put more stuff in your posts then these vague posts about random stuff

Because rob likes to somehow contribute the most information, while at the same time contributing nothing.

He spams the mlb threads with his Captain Obvious mlb.com mainpage headlines, doesnt elaborate or give real insight, and wont even explain why he comes here.
THE GIBBYs

Rookie of the Year: Marlins RHP Jose
Fernandez

Defensive Player of the Year: Cardinals C
Yadier Molina

Hitter of the Year: Tigers 3B Miguel Cabrera

Setup Man of the Year: Pirates RHP Mark
Melancon

Executive of the Year: Red Sox GM Ben
Cherington

Cut4 Topic of the Year: Blue Jays SS
Munenori Kawasaki 's postgame interview

Comeback Player of the Year: Pirates LHP
Francisco Liriano

Manager of the Year: John Farrell (Red Sox)

Breakout Hitter of the Year: Orioles 1B
Chris Davis

Hitting Performance of the Year: Angels OF
Mike Trout (hit for cycle vs. Mariners on
May 25)

Walk-off of the Year: Marlins OF Giancarlo
Stanton (scored on wild pitch to secure
Henderson Alvarez no-hitter)

Oddity of the Year: Rockies 1B Todd Helton
and Rays 3B Evan Longoria (pulled off
separate hidden-ball tricks)

Closer of the Year: Braves RHP Craig
Kimbrel

Postseason MVP: Red Sox DH David Ortiz
(.353, 5 HR, 13 RBIs)

Moment of the Year: Red Sox's emotional
Boston Marathon tribute (April 20)

Lifetime Achievement Award: Yankees RHP
Mariano Rivera

Breakout Pitcher of the Year: Mets RHP
Matt Harvey

Starting Pitcher of the Year: Dodgers LHP
Clayton Kershaw

Pitching Performance of the Year: Giants
RHP Tim Lincecum (13-strikeout no-hitter
vs. SD, July 13)

Storyline of the Year: Pirates (returned to
playoffs for first time since 1992)

Postseason Moment of the Year: Cardinals
1B Allen Craig (scored on obstruction call
in World Series Game 3)

Play of the Year: Orioles 3B Manny
Machado (off-balance throw at Yankee
Stadium on July 7)

MLB MVP: Cabrera
Hmm..

The Cardinals today met with Mark Ellis' agent, Jamie Murphy of TWC, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports (on Twitter). The Cardinals currently have youngster Kolten Wong penciled in at second base, but Ellis might allow Wong to start the season in the minors, or might provide an insurance policy in case Wong struggles. Maybe it's too early to read too much into it, however -- Slusser notes that Murphy has met with many teams.
Originally posted by jrg:
Hmm..

The Cardinals today met with Mark Ellis' agent, Jamie Murphy of TWC, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports (on Twitter). The Cardinals currently have youngster Kolten Wong penciled in at second base, but Ellis might allow Wong to start the season in the minors, or might provide an insurance policy in case Wong struggles. Maybe it's too early to read too much into it, however -- Slusser notes that Murphy has met with many teams.

Oh..sorry.

Wrong sub-thread
Originally posted by valrod33:
WRITE SOMETHING

I heard someone was really going to write something.
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by valrod33:
WRITE SOMETHING INTELLIGENT

The Astros are hoping they wont finish with the worst record in baseball next year and think their promising A ball player can contribute one of these days.

i lol'd hard
Why did they pitch to big papi? Guy killed it
Originally posted by LBSI9ers:
Why did they pitch to big papi? Guy killed it

Lol why are you asking this now