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Posted Wednesday March 12, 2014, About: Albert Pujols: Mike Trout isn't in my league yet
Albert Pujols first two years. 47 doubles, 37 HR's , 137 RBI's, .329 BA
40 doubles, 34 HR's, 127 RBI's, .314 BA

Mike Trout first two years.... 27 doubles, 30 HR'S, 83 RBI'S, .326 BA
39 doubles, 27 HR's, 97 RBI's, .323 BA

Definitely, Mr. Pujols has a point in what he says without any doubts, and only time will tell if Mike trout could ever accomplish all what Albert Pujols have done to this point of 492 lifetime HR's and a .321 lifetime batting average. So let's get credit to who deserve it at this point.
Posted Saturday October 26, 2013, About: Marlins exec guarantees turnaround
This midget like all the Marlins people are full of crap, they will never earn again the fans confidence with that cheap owner they've got.
Posted Monday May 13, 2013, About: Cubs ready to chase Boston's Ellsbury
Any team would be and eventually look pretty foolish if they follow Scott Boras hype for this player that gave Boston one great season only, and it looks more and more that his 30+ HR's season was just an aberration or he was into something because the power exhibited en 2011 has never returned not even close. He would be a major risk to be signed long term and lots of money por his inconsistency and his inability to stay on the field on a regular basis.
Posted Tuesday January 08, 2013, About: Is Scott Boras facing free-agent Waterloo?
It is about time that the foolish team owners beat this arrogant guy this year, because none of the players he predict big things are not near what they really are. Rafael Soriano is the first one that nobody would be willing to pay more than the Yankees offered and yet more in number of contract years. Kyle Lohse is too old and unpredictable after only one decent season last year in SL.
Posted Monday February 07, 2011, About: Cardinals-Pujols extension talks 'nowhere close'
The Cardinals committed the stupidity of signing Matt Holiday to a 8 years contract, and he is owed 17 million a year for the next 7 years, which is absurd to pay more to a lesser player than Pujols, while still paying 16 millions to Pujols, the Cards got themselves in this predicament in having the best all around player in Baseball right now, paying more money to another, therefore is natural for Pujols to ask at least 30 millions per season for at least 8 seasons, if that don't progress as it should, some other club will pay him what he deserves, and he should hire Scott Boras, he would get him a super monster contract, we all despise Boras, but he is the man to get those monster contracts.
Posted Friday February 04, 2011, About: O's to Vlad: Take it or leave it
Do not sign with the Orioles at all, they do not deserve to have a ballplayer and hitter of your category and caliber, you are a superstar still at your young age of 35 or 36, you just hit 300. 29HR and 119 RBI's, the Orioles are not worth a hitter like you are, better stay unsigned and in June, teams will come imploring back at you, besides, what are you going to win with the Orioles ?, it's been said, they will be competitive again by the year 2064, so forget it, stay home fishing and having fun and playing golf in La Romana.
Posted Monday January 24, 2011, About: Former Met Francoeur rips Citi Field
Regardless of what Francours said , the point is taken, but sadly is the truth, Citifield might not be a joke, but hitting the ball there could be quite difficult for many hitters, and that include the last 60+ millions dollars sign, Jason Bay, no way he hits 20+ in that ballpark, with those dimensions and the extra high walls. In the end, not many hitters would want to sign to play half their games in that ballpark, and that include those drafted players out of college, let alone free agents.
Posted Saturday December 11, 2010, About: Angels out on Soriano
Morales and Weaver are Boras clients, so let's find out how long they stay with the Angels, when free agency looms for both, we will know if the stay.
Posted Monday December 06, 2010, About: Crawford market nearing $180 million?
Completely insane and ridiculous, how could a player like Crawford be worth all that money ?, based on speed he once used ?, he doesn't steal that many bases anymore, doesn't hit 30+ HR's, never had a season near 100 RBI's, is not a 300. lifetime hitter, then I suppose this silly GM's and owners want another off season to be remembered for their stupidities.
Posted Monday December 06, 2010, About: Crawford market nearing $180 million?
Completely insane and ridiculous, how could a player like Crawford be worth all that money ?, based on speed he once used ?, he doesn't steal that many bases anymore, doesn't hit 30+ HR's, never had a season near 100 RBI's, is not a 300. lifetime hitter, then I suppose this silly GM's and owners want another off season to be remembered for their stupidities.

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