Would you rather…?

Today we dig back into the vault for an old concept called “Would you Rather….?” Dan P, picks out some terrible, horrible Sophie’s Choice options (where is my hyperbole font) for you and you get to tell us which option you would lean towards and why?

Here are ten questions for you to ponder…..

  1. Would you rather Carlos Correa’s replacement (if needed) be Jeremy Pena or Trevor Story? Why?
  2. Would you rather have 150+ innings from Justin Verlander or Lance McCullers Jr. in 2022? Why?
  3. Who would you rather have as the Astros’ main divisional rivals for winning the AL West in 2022 be the Mariners, the Angels or the A’s? (Yes I left one divisional team off that list on purpose) Why?
  4. Who would you rather have the biggest bounce-back season in 2022 – Alex Bregman or Michael Brantley? Why?
  5. After the 2022 season would you rather the team try to extend Yordan Alvarez or Kyle Tucker? Why?
  6. Would you rather the Astros handle their rotation between Verlander, McCullers, Framber Valdez, Jose Urquidy, Luis Garcia, Jake Odorizzi and Cristian Javier or would you rather someone like Peter Solomon or Forrest Whitley force their way into that rotation? Why?
  7. Would you rather have Jose Altuve (.350 OBP) or Yuli Gurriel (.383 OBP) lead off? Why?
  8. Would you rather have Chas McCormick or Jake Meyers win the starting centerfield spot during the season? Why?
  9. Would you rather have Ryan Pressly lead the league in saves or Alvarez lead the league in RBIs? Why?
  10. Would you rather the Astros beat the Dodgers or the Braves in the 2022 World Series? Why?

Let us all hear what you think.

48 comments on “Would you rather…?

  1. 1. Story, because I think he gives us a better chance to get back to the WS in 2022.
    2. McCullers, because Verlander will throw 150 plus anyway.
    3. Angels, because they might be the toughest competition.
    4. Bregman, because he’s a question mark. We pretty much know what we’ll be getting from Brantley.
    5. Tucker, he’s a 5 tool player and he’s already a better hitter than Yordan.
    6. I’d love to have one of those young guys force their way into the rotation. It would make us a deeper club. But it won’t happen.
    7. Altuve, because it works. But Bregman could give us a .400 OBP there.
    8. Chas, because he’s really not gotten a long enough shot at owning the job. That said, I’m very pleased to have both him and Jake around.
    9. I’ll take the RBI’s. Hopefully we’ll hit a bunch and have a deeper pen and make Pressly’s job a bit easier.
    10. Dan, that’s a gimmie!

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  2. 1. Pena. It gives the team more flexibility with salaries. 2. McCullers. It is not expected of him. 3. A’s. They appear headed to being the weakest team. 4. Alex. He has the biggest bounce possible. 5. KTuck. He plays in the field.

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    • 6. Solomon etc. It would make us have more potential starters. 7. Jose. He is a better base runner, most of the time. 8. That’s a push. I hope they do so well that someone else has to sit. 9. Pressly. Those would be “wins.” 10. Dodgers. Who doesn’t want the Dodgers or Yankees to lose.

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  3. 1. Pena because of his upside and costs a lot less.
    2. LMJ because I have more confidence in JV being able to throw 150 plus than LMJ.
    3. Don’t care who it is. Just beat them all.
    4. Bregman since he is more important to get his stuff back. I expect Brantley to hit in the high 200’s but the B-man needs to return to form.
    5. Tucker because he is a better all around player, not to downplay Yordan’s contribution.
    6. I’d love to see one of the “outsiders” challenge to get a spot . Yet we have lots of arms that can get us there. I still would not be surprised to see Odorizzi get traded before the season starts.
    7. Got to go with Jose, Yuli best suited in the #5-6 slot (at this time).
    8. I prefer Jake but if Chas can reduce the “K” #’s he would also be a good pick. I think either guy could be a diamond in the rough.
    9. I’d prefer Pressley with the saves. Yordan will get his RBI’s but the title is not as important in my mind.
    10. Makes little difference but I’d hope the Dodgers either don’t make the playoffs or get eliminated early but I’d take great satisfaction in beating them like a drum regardless.

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  4. 1. I would rather have Story take Correa’s spot so that Pena would have 2022 to improve his game in AAA and then have both of them for the next five or six years.
    2. I would rather pick Verlander to pitch 150 innings because I am looking forward to his being in Houston in 2023, also.
    3. I would like to see the Angels be the Astros’ toughest competition, because Trout deserves it.
    4.I would like to see Bregman relaunch a fabulous career in 2022.
    5. I would like to see the Astros tie up Tucker because his build is less prone to injury and he has proven he can play a full season in the outfield at an all star pace.

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  5. Question on those who answered Story for # 1. If we sign Story for 5 – 6 years and also have Pena, how do we manage that? I don’t think we’ll have a tandem SS position. I’d understand a 2 year contract but for two years I’d rather have CC but that probably won’t happen. If our plans to have Pena take over at short, that can’t happen if Story or anybody else is at the position for the next 4 – 6 years. Just thinking out loud here. I don’t think Altuve or Bregman are going anywhere till after 2024.

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    • I can’t answer for anyone else. I picked Story, so, I’ll give my reasoning:
      Pena has played in only 192 minor league games and has only 690 MILB at bats.
      Story is a major league SS and Pena is not.
      If you give Pena another full season playing in Sugarland, you give him a chance to finish the development he needs to come in and take over Baez’s job in 2023.
      So, starting in 2023, you have Bregman at 3B, Story at SS, Altuve at 2B and Pena to be your Baez.
      Later on down the line, you have Pena to take over one of those frontline jobs, should that become a necessity.

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    • That’s one of several big questions. Is Pena the guy going forward at short? Can we win a World Series in 2022 with him there? Or can he become the Diaz of the future in 2023, or even at some point in 2022? Or bring something significant in a trade? What would the Story terms be? Will he hit outside of Colorado? Zanuda, I’m glad we have experts to make these decisions for us.

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  6. 1 – Pena, because I think any contract to Story that requires him to play most of his games outside of Denver will be an instant team regret and Pena keeps us having payroll flexibility to improve the outfield in season.

    2 – I assume you mean either or, not that both will, in that case, JV because his 150 innings will be Cy Young caliber.

    3 – Doesn’t matter to me – I guess the Angels are the most dangerous team with a perennial MVP candidate and 3B that should bounce back.

    4 – I don’t know that Brantley needs a “bounce back” year – he needed to be better in the playoffs, but the organization probably needs a conscious effort to keep him fresh. Bregman is the choice because a bounce back for him is MVP caliber.

    5 – Tucker. Don’t get it wrong, Yordan is a top 5 offensive force in this league when he is healthy and on, but those knees are ticking time bombs. Tucker is built like a baseball player, tall, lanky, athletic, has a top 15 stick, hopefully he is what we all think he is the future cornerstone.

    6 – I think the rotation (at least in the minds of team management) is set. I would still be kicking tires on Rodon especially if Lloyds is in, but I don’t think the Astros are. Me, I’m going for the throat and I am entering the playoffs with the hope that at least 2 of the big 3 would be healthy and give us a playoff rotation that can win it all, not just go home happy that we were there.

    7 – Interesting, in that Altuve isn’t interrupting things with his legs as much anymore. Altuve is pulling a lot more, he set a career high in K’s, it could be time to look at his increasing power as a middle of the order guy. Baker is adverse to change so I doubt it changes. I’ll say leave Altuve there at least this year. I am of the camp that batting order isn’t really over critically anyway, what is critical is that you can make a pitcher have to work and throw his best stuff in at least 7 of the 9 spots in the batting order, and going into the season that is my concern. Not sure we are there in the same regard as last year.

    8 – Meyers probably has a little more upside, but also a little more downside. McCormick will probably sit pretty consistently in the .230s but is streaky. When he is hot and confident he definitely provides some excitement and puts the pitcher in leverage at bats. When he is down, its down. In a slump McCormick gives us very little as he doesn’t walk alot, he isn’t that big of a homerun on any pitch threat, he isn’t a terror on the basepaths – in a slump its felt. That said, given the lack of options anyway there is definitely an argument that Chas has played his way into at least 400 at bats this year and some significant time at all 3 spots out there. If I was managing I would probably have Tucker in CF 20-25 games this year with Brantley in RF and Diaz in LF.

    9 – Alvarez in RBI, because that means he is in the lineup, and we need him in the lineup.

    10 – Braves – redemption is sweet.

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  7. I’m enjoying all of your thoughts as there is no right answer (until after the season). Some time later today I will add my two cents in here on answering my own questions.

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  8. 6. I would rather see the Astros handle their rotation from the 7 starters they already have because they will probably need Solomon in some capacity before 2022 ends anyway, and they will need Whitley somewhere down the line in the future, when they don’t have seven starters to choose from. A better question would be how Whitley would be able to force his way into this rotation while not being recovered from TJ surgery and having no experience on the mound for years.
    7. I would rather Altuve leading off because they already tried it and it worked great.
    8. I would rather have Meyers win the CF job because that would mean he is fully recovered from a terrible injury and that would be the preferred outcome for the long term good of the team. Meyers is valuable only if his shoulder fully recovers and he is the same good player we saw last year with a chance to develop into an even better player once he gets more experience. Having Chas and Jake both healthy is, long term, a good thing.
    9. I prefer Alvarez leading the league in RBI’s because we already know that Pressly doesn’t have to lead the league in saves to be awesome.
    10. I would rather see the Astros beat the Dodgers because I loathe the Dodgers and I don’t loathe the Braves.

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  9. A reminder on today’s news coming up…..Hall of Fame
    – Last year no one was elected to the Hall with the regular voting
    -This season the veteran’s committe already elected Jim Kaat, Tony Oliva, Bud Fowler, Gil Hodges, Minnie Miñoso and Buck O’Neil
    – Big Papi was on the ballot for the first time last season, but may be the only one elected in the regular ballot this season – but like folks on the next bullet there are PED issues here, though his reportedly happened before the league started instigated the testing at the mlb level
    – Curt Schilling, Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and Sammy Sosa are on the regular ballot for the final time – Former Astro Schilling has been beat on a bit for his political views (you can guess which side he is on) and obviously the last three are tainted by the PED scandals.

    Should be an interesting day one way or the other.

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  10. 1. Pena. Cheaper and I’m not convinced Story will hit well enough to justify the contract.
    2. Verlander. I think he gives us a better chance to win.
    3. A’s. Their roster moving forward yet to yet should be less certain.
    4. Bregman. Brantley was pretty good in 2021…just ran out of gas late.
    5. I think this depends on price for each.
    6. Whatever keeps arms freshest for October.
    7. Altuve.
    8. Meyers – better upside on defense.
    9. Pressly lead in saves. If Alvarez wins the RBI crown it likely means someone ahead of him was not effective knocking runs in.
    10. Braves. My wife and most of her family are Braves fans.

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  11. Would you rather Carlos Correa’s replacement (if needed) be Jeremy Pena or Trevor Story? Why?

    I go with Pena. Story’s numbers outside Coors are bad – and his numbers against our division foes are absolutely atrocious. Pena may not be ready for prime time, but if he struggles, we still have Diaz – and salary flexibility at the trade deadline.

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  12. Dan P answers Dan P
    1. Would you rather Carlos Correa’s replacement (if needed) be Jeremy Pena or Trevor Story? Why?
    If it is between the two – I think I would like to do it the way they replaced George Springer by filling from within – so Pena. The other choice would be to grab a shorter term SS like Andrelton Simmons, who would not cost as much and then let Pena come in as Diaz next season and eventually the starter.
    2. Would you rather have 150+ innings from Justin Verlander or Lance McCullers Jr. in 2022? Why?
    Totally torn on this one – arguments both ways. I think I’d rather have JV reach that mark because in some ways I think he can take that kind of load and LMJ might be better off a little south of it.
    3. Who would you rather have as the Astros’ main divisional rivals for winning the AL West in 2022 be the Mariners, the Angels or the A’s? (Yes I left one divisional team off that list on purpose) Why?
    The Mariners scare me, the Angels scare me – the A’s don’t scare me that much – so I pick them – but I think we beat them all.
    4. Who would you rather have the biggest bounce back season in 2022 – Alex Bregman or Michael Brantley? Why?
    Has to be Bregman because as others have said, his bounce back could be an MVP season.
    5. After the 2022 season would you rather the team try to extend Yordan Alvarez or Kyle Tucker? Why?
    I think they are both great, I feel like Tucker is going to be of more value because of his overall play – hitting, fielding and speed. So I pick Tucker, but it would not break my heart to see Yordan extended along the way.
    6. Would you rather the Astros handle their rotation between Verlander, McCullers, Framber Valdez, Jose Urquidy, Luis Garcia, Jake Odorizzi and Cristian Javier or would you rather someone like Peter Solomon or Forrest Whitley force their way into that rotation? Why?
    I think Jake will end up somewhere else and one of the young bucks will be in the mix. Last season, six guys started 20 or more games and a seventh (Javier) started 9. You will need 7 or more to get through the season.
    7. Would you rather have Jose Altuve (.350 OBP) or Yuli Gurriel (.383 OBP) lead off? Why?
    I would like Jose better as a leadoff guy, if he stopped trying to be a George Springer bomber, but if the team is comfortable with him there how can I argue with the team that was the best hitting team in the majors last season?
    8. Would you rather have Chas McCormick or Jake Meyers win the starting centerfield spot during the season? Why?
    Again, I like them both – but Meyers struck me as the one who could step up to another level. Hope he heals fully and quickly and we have a lot of options as the season runs on.
    9. Would you rather have Ryan Pressly lead the league in saves or Alvarez lead the league in RBIs? Why?
    Saves are fine, though I’d rather see Pressly lead the league in save percentage, but I really want to see where Alvarez goes next with that bat. In 233 career games (a little less than a season and a half), he has 186 RBIs. That is equivalent to 129 RBIs per 162 games, which would have comfortably led the majors in RBIs last season. I could see this guy knocking in 140 RBIs once he fills out (sarcasm font please).
    10. Would you rather the Astros beat the Dodgers or the Braves in the 2022 World Series? Why?
    I have more hard feelings towards the Dodgers and their mouthing off on stuff. The team has some bad playoff history with the Braves, but also have two playoff wins including the 18 inning – Chris Burke walk off.

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  13. Would you rather have 150+ innings from Justin Verlander or Lance McCullers Jr. in 2022? Why?

    I’d rather have 150+ innings from Forrest Whitley – because that would mean he’s [a] got his head on straight; [b] in the MLB, and [b] being as dominant after a call-up as we hoped he’d be! [Feel free to substitute Bryan Abreu or Hunter Brown for Forrest Whitley.]

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  14. EL TRAPDOOR PESO

    I’d rather be a ‘Stros fan than eat snails. Yes I would, If I could, I surely would.
    I’d rather see the bullpen pitch like nails. Yes I would. If I could. I surely would.

    Jose’ – Si-ri and Al-tu-ve’ – one’s like a swan; one’s a moron.
    Jakes – one stinks the other rakes – but neither can catch any bre-ea-eaks!
    Catch any brea-ea-eaks.

    I’d rather give big bucks to lanky Kyle – Yes I would. If I could, I surely would.
    He plays defense and hits the ball a mile – He’s so good. Wish I could. It’s understood.

    One day – we’ll finally see them play – we’ll stand and cheer; & drink warm beer.
    The seats – will fill up like the streets – when athletes … put on their cleats,
    Put on their clea-ea-eats.

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  15. Would you rather Carlos Correa’s replacement (if needed) be Jeremy Pena or Trevor Story? I’ll take Pena because of the huge savings that would be recognized and those savings could be used to extend somebody.

    Would you rather have 150+ innings from Justin Verlander or Lance McCullers Jr. in 2022? Give me JV’s innings. If he gets to that many innings, then that means the workhorse has returned and that he is pitching in the upper echelon of the league once again! That would also mean that the Astros are rolling!

    Who would you rather have as the Astros’ main divisional rivals for winning the AL West in 2022. The A’s so we could rub their noses in the dirt.

    Who would you rather have the biggest bounce-back season in 2022 – Alex Bregman? Bregman because he would be back in a big way and playing at an MVP level again which would mean the Astros are rolling (along with JV).

    After the 2022 season would you rather the team try to extend Yordan Alvarez or Kyle Tucker? Tucker is the complete player at the moment so tie the man up to the club!

    Would you rather the Astros handle their rotation between Verlander, McCullers, Framber Valdez, Jose Urquidy, Luis Garcia, Jake Odorizzi and Cristian Javier or would you rather someone like Peter Solomon or Forrest Whitley force their way into that rotation? Move Jake and Christian and place Peter and Forrest in the rotation. I do not trust Jake and Christian just seemed to live on the edge of destruction too much last season.

    Would you rather have Jose Altuve (.350 OBP) or Yuli Gurriel (.383 OBP) lead off?
    Yuli does not have the speed to hit leadoff so place Jose there.

    Would you rather have Chas McCormick or Jake Meyers win the starting centerfield spot during the season? Meyers seemed to be a more complete player than Chas in my eye.

    Would you rather have Ryan Pressly lead the league in saves or Alvarez lead the league in RBIs? Looking back at the end of season RBIs stats, for last season, those teams with the 100+ RBI men were in the playoffs. So, that would mean that the Astros were, once again, in the playoffs when Alvarez has his 100+ RBIs.

    Would you rather the Astros beat the Dodgers or the Braves in the 2022 World Series? Beat LA! Beat LA! Beat LA! They cried so very much about losing the ’17 Series so let’s crush their hearts again!

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    • Overall agree Sarge – would just say to not give away Javier – a kid that young who gets pulled from the rotation when pitching well and goes to the bullpen without moping has a big heart

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      • Oh no! I agree, do not give Javier away but, between him and the other two, I prefer the other two because of his gas can antics in relief. As a starter, yes, I am onboard with him.

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  16. I have decided to stop reading articles about the lockout and the subsequent negotiations. I’m not gonna feed myself all the crap, but will wait until baseball decides to start up again and then I will read the agreement and decide for myself what happened, why, and to whom.

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    • They are in the “making sausage” stage of negotiations OP – don’t know what’s real or what’s for show, plus the whole mega-billionaires vs. mega-millionaires part of this deal makes it lose interest on my part.
      So we will wake you up when we get there.

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  17. As Paul Simon once wrote: “… and I remember misinformation followed us like a plague. Nobody knew from time to time that the plans had changed.” Those words apply in more and more contexts these days.

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  18. I enjoy reading others’ opinions, frankly have a very different take on these questions, and will keep them to myself to review next year. Usually I remember what I was thinking though, and where I made mistakes. Boy, did I really miss on CJ Stubbs–thought he’d be farther along. 2020 messed up a lot of players’ momentum at every level, very sad for those guys who worked so hard to get there.

    #8 I figure Jake Meyers will be out til May, and it’s my hope Chas McCormick proves he can hit at this level. If they platooned from there on out, it would mean they’re both realizing their ceiling which would make me happy not to have to choose between two faves. Even though Siri is over the top, Tucker recently said in an interview he’s a great teammate. I’d like us to retain him.

    Dan, I saw this and thought of you. Wish the acoustics were better, but I think that one li’l kid was about to cry at 1:27–every time I hear him now, it’s heartbreaking. Strange how some hit you harder than others.

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  19. I wanted to share my HOF thoughts here. You can’t tell the story of baseball without also telling the stories of players who were discriminated against. MLB has made a large effort to try to make atones for some of this in recent years. I’m personally interested in ALL of the stories from the past and find this to be fantastic. At the same time, the story of baseball cannot be told without also telling about players who were blackballed or excluded from the HOF for crossing the (period appropriate) line. It bothers me a little that David Ortiz got elected. My recollection was that he did get caught cheating and it wasn’t just the 2003 test where results were never supposed to be made public. I thought he spent a few years clean and was pretty mediocre, then had a great resurgence in his mid-30s. Clearly, from what I’m reading, my account is all in my imagination and Ortiz really was one of those guys who was unfairly accused. I kind of lump him in the same category as Bagwell, Larry Walker, and a bunch of guys from that time period. They were certainly great players who probably cheated. I put McGwire/Sosa/Clemens/Bonds in a different group – guys who accelerated the cheating and forced more players who would have been clean to start shooting up. I think Clemens and Bonds deserve to be in the HOF just as much as Pete Rose does. It also doesn’t bother me that they’re not there yet. At some point, the veterans will put them in and baseball will remove their banishment of Rose. It just may all be posthumously. The problem is you have to tell those stories in the HOF even if those players don’t have a bust. It is awfully hypocritical to have awarded one to Bud Selig though.

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    • As an 8 or 9 year old, when I heard they had a Baseball Hall of Fame, that was my first entry on my Bucket List. Almost 7 decades later, it is no longer on the list because the sportswriters have turned it into a political event. It is sad, but no one cares but the fans. We are unimportant to the owners and players. And the only thing important to the writers is the free food and free booze.

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  20. My wife and I just watched The Sandlot for the first time. It is appropriate that it comes in the same time frame as your discussions about the state of baseball.
    The movie was about real baseball.
    But baseball is not really baseball like it oughta be. It is impossible for me to think of McGwire and Bonds and Sosa and Clemens the same way I think of Ruth, Williams, Mays, Mantle and Aaron.
    It also fells ironic to pull for the Astros while thinking about clean and dirty. That is probably why I don’t mind seeing players from 2017 move on. I want to move back to clean, again.

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  21. Ortiz was one of the few names that was leaked out of a 2003 failed test list that wasn’t supposed to be leaked. Yet he is a media darling and friends with people in the media, so he gets in.

    That period from about 1987 to 2005 no one knows everything. It was players like Canseco and Caminiti that told us easily over half of players are using pharmaceuticals. Brady Andersen once infamously told a reporter that if he could get Cal Ripken on board with his “training regimen” he would be the greatest player ever. People can hate it, people like me that like to sit in their spare time on 5 different websites studying stats hate both the actual affect on the game we love to watch and the tainting of our hobby – but it wasn’t 1 or 2 guys. It probably was literally 50% or maybe more of all players.

    It bugs me to think the guy Barry Bonds was supposed to be is a guy that finishes averaging 30 a year and hitting 500 homeruns, not the monster that has the best statistical line in the history of baseball, so I’m with you Pro, he was not supposed to end up with Ruth or Mantle or Aaron.

    Still we let a media that most of them are like “Mad Dog” Russo who has a HoF vote and can’t even tell you the name of the starting 3B in Colorado in 2005, who is a fringe candidate but probably also a user. Fans are always going to turn the eye when its their guy (none of want Bags or Biggio out of the HoF but they both probably used, in the case of Biggio probably not a lot and not often, but what is enough to taint it?). Well, the media is worse than we are. Russo doesn’t know anything about anything when it comes to baseball except as a very casual fan, and yet he has a vote. A vote. Disturbing.

    To me, the unemotional jerk boss my employees think I am, I feel like clean or not Bonds and McGwire and Sosa and Clemens have the lines. They used in a time when at least half were. I get it, its testy, it always will be. I mean, its a fair question, before he was using Sosa was a .230ish guy hitting 15 HR and looking over matched at times. He was given up on by the Rangers and White Sox. All of a sudden he adds the ability to control the zone from an incredible amount of bat speed and everything changes, and he is setting records. How much effect it had on the game will be decades of dissection. But we can’t as fans be happy that the media is playing favorites with their personal golden children and mad at the people that would so easily blow them off when they were beat writers.

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    • All I’ll say is that the voting process to get into Cooperstown lacks credibility, lacks integrity and more and more is undermined by twitterists rather than sports journalists, incidentally, an endangered species on the planet. Why does the BBWAA determine who gets into the hall?

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  22. In a blast from the past – former Astros farmhand Joe Sclafani has become the Blue Jays director of player development at just 31 years old. Went to Dartmouth which explains a lot. He always had insanely high on base percentages in the minor leagues for the Astros, but was never the favored son. Decided to give up the minor leagues for the front office and he is off and flying.

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      • That’s great news. I sure liked Sclafani. A guy that went to Australia in the winter of 2013 to get more playing time. Alas, Nolan Fontana turned out to be his nemesis, taking more and more of of his reps in 2014 and 2015. Except for a lack of power, I always thought he could play. Makes me wonder of Joe gave himself three years on the field and decided to go in a different direction. Now I get to watch Joe progress at a whole new level! Good for him.

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      • I did not remember that Sclafani was released by the Astros on March 31, 2016. He went to work for the Blue Jays in June of 2016 and had been named Assistant Director of player development in 2019.

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