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When I ask people this question about which mlb would you get rid of some say the Pirates, Astros or Oakland. Here's a list of Teams that I would get rid of in Major League Baseball.

 1. Kansas City Royals

  2. Tampa Bay Rays

   3. Miami Marlins

    4. Colorado Rockies

1. Kansas City Royals- remember when Kansas City Royals were really good in the late 70s thought the mid 80s and hall of famers such as George Brett, Harmon Killebrew and manager Dick Howser. from 1986 throught 1993, the Royals had 5 winning season under Kauffman now Since David Glass took over the team in 1993, The Royals have 3 winning seasons and worst part about it is that they haven't been in the playoffs after they won the world series, plus they don't spend money in the offseason!!!!

2.  Tampa Bay Rays- ask yourself this question, do you really want to play for this team and not to mention since they been good since 2007, the Tampa Bay Rays can't even sell out a game in a bad staudium also they also play in St. Petersburg who wants to play there.

3. Miami Marlins- now I know your saying they got a new staudium, new manager, new players and also won 2 world series. But this is the way I look at it, It's hard for Miami to sell out tickets plus is also 80 or 100 degrees in Miami. People in Miami would rather see the game on tv instead of going to the game. MLB shouldn't expanded in Florida period.

4. Colorado Rockies- I don't know why would MLB would Expand a franchise in Denver, Denver is a Broncos, Nuggets and Advalanche. and the sad part about is that most people outside of Denver don't know who plays for the Rockies. I mean really who wants to play baseball in Denver, I wouldn't  

 

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