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graves9 Sujuk Since: 19.2.10 From: Brooklyn NY Since last post: 38 days Last activity: 19 days # 1 Posted on 5.12.10 1612.13 | Instant Rating: 4.20 http://hardballtalk.nbcsports.com/2010/12/05/nationals-close-to-deal-with-free-agent-jayson-werth/ It's updated at the bottom. 7 Years 127 mil for a 32 year old Ofer. Sheer lunacy. Carl Crawford must be doing the dance of joy. (edited by graves9 on 5.12.10 1615) (edited by graves9 on 5.12.10 1621) Promote this thread!
It's False Scrapple Since: 20.6.02 From: I am the Tag Team Champions! Since last post: 171 days Last activity: 2 days # 2 Posted on 5.12.10 1617.17 | Instant Rating: 4.81 So now a bunch of mediocre outfielders are suddenly going to start demanding "Jayson Werth money". Thank you to the Nationals for ruining it for everybody.
Lexus Bierwurst Since: 2.1.02 From: Stafford, VA Since last post: 1 day Last activity: 11 hours
AIM: # 3 Posted on 5.12.10 1756.20 | Instant Rating: 2.15 The Nats front office is set on being the worst front office in town, I guess. They could've spent that money on keeping Adam Dunn around and signing Cliff Lee. "Laugh and the world laughs with you. Frown and the world laughs at you." -Me.
Big Bad Scrapple Since: 4.1.02 From: Dorchester, Ontario Since last post: 3 days Last activity: 22 hours # 4 Posted on 5.12.10 1934.01 | Instant Rating: 5.57 In a way I can't blame the Nationals, since the only way they'll get big-name free agents to come to Washington is to overpay. They certainly can't attract them based on the franchise's long history of winning. That said, $18 million a year for Werth is nuts.
Mr Shh Bratwurst Since: 9.1.02 From: Monmouth County, NJ Since last post: 1 day Last activity: 1 day # 5 Posted on 5.12.10 2023.36 | Instant Rating: 8.47 Originally posted by It's False So now a bunch of mediocre outfielders are suddenly going to start demanding "Jayson Werth money". Thank you to the Nationals for ruining it for everybody. But at least he didn't sign with the Yankees, huh? Am I right? :-) Congrats to J-Dub. He's earned the right to cripple a baseball franchise. You askew my mirror. I askew yours.
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BigDaddyLoco Scrapple Since: 2.1.02 Since last post: 4 days Last activity: 4 hours # 6 Posted on 5.12.10 2055.24 | Instant Rating: 3.97 I don't understand how this can still happen. DC now has one of the worst contracts in all three major sports.
thecubsfan Scrapple Moderator Since: 10.12.01 From: Aurora, IL Since last post: 2 days Last activity: 25 min. # 7 Posted on 6.12.10 0011.56 | Instant Rating: 10.00 Originally posted by Big Bad In a way I can't blame the Nationals, since the only way they'll get big-name free agents to come to Washington is to overpay. They certainly can't attract them based on the franchise's long history of winning. They may have trouble attracting people, but they could've kept Dunn for less money and less years, and use that leftovers to fill one of their 20 other holes. (edited by thecubsfan on 6.12.10 0012) - thecubsfan. com luchablog
JustinShapiro Scrapple Moderator Since: 12.12.01 From: Pittsburgh, PA Since last post: 1 day Last activity: 4 hours # 8 Posted on 6.12.10 1151.57 | Instant Rating: 8.81 Nat Werth: $127 million
hayden Salami Since: 11.1.05 Since last post: 808 days Last activity: 791 days # 9 Posted on 7.12.10 2124.44 | Instant Rating: 4.89 Originally posted by JustinShapiro Nat Werth: $127 million Not Werth it.
ekedolphin Scrapple Since: 12.1.02 From: Indianapolis, IN; now residing in Suffolk, VA Since last post: 1 day Last activity: 1 day # 10 Posted on 11.12.10 0248.37 | Instant Rating: 3.09
Originally posted by hayden Originally posted by JustinShapiro Nat Werth: $127 million Not Werth it.
In any event... seriously, way to mortgage a promising future, guys!
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