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I was so pleased when Fuentes was signed out of the division, because I knew either the Brewers or the Cardinals would talk themselves into Trevor Hoffman and it'll go very badly. Halfway there!



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I should be shocked that the Dodgers can't seem to close any deals with the pitchers they're looking for. But considering the pitchers on their shopping list were Trevor Hoffman and Randy Johnson, I'm actually more relieved than anything.

But I guess it's happy time in Milwaukee. Because...well...it's not Eric Gagne. ANYONE is an improvement over Eric Gagne.



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Maybe now Hoffman can patch things up with Tony Gwynn Jr.

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    Originally posted by It's False
    But considering the pitchers on their shopping list were Trevor Hoffman and Randy Johnson, I'm actually more relieved than anything.

Speaking as a Giants fan, I'm very happy with the Randy Johnson pickup. Especially since it came for a) only one year and b) less than $10 million. He was quietly very effective and durable last year, despite his age. Unless he falls off a cliff and he gives them ~150+ reasonable innings, it should be a bargain.



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Glad the Cards didn't sign him, as I don't know that he has much left in the tank, but it would be nice if they did SOMETHING this offseason.
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    Originally posted by thecubsfan
    I was so pleased when Fuentes was signed out of the division, because I knew either the Brewers or the Cardinals would talk themselves into Trevor Hoffman and it'll go very badly. Halfway there!


Very well said. I can see the Brewers making the post season again, only to have the Hoff give it up for them. As his history suggests.



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    Originally posted by thecubsfan
    I was so pleased when Fuentes was signed out of the division, because I knew either the Brewers or the Cardinals would talk themselves into Trevor Hoffman and it'll go very badly. Halfway there!






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