>LHP Mike Sirotka agreed to a minor league contract with >he Cubs on Oct. 30 and was invited to spring training as a >non-roster player. Sirotka, a 31-year-old left-hander, >never pitched for Toronto after being acquired from the >White Sox in January 2001 in the David Wells trade. He had >arthroscopic surgery on his left shoulder on April 24, >2001.
Let's see, the Jays get you, help you through surgery and rehab and you leave without even pitching a game for them.
May be you should pay back the Blue Jays for everything they did for you, ya bum. Good riddance and good luck to the Cubs with this guy.
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Toronto got screwed? They traded for an injured player. Then, they didnt resign him. How did they get "screwed"? And, why should he pay them back for his surgery and such? I am sure his insurance covered it.
Originally posted by AWArulzSpeaking a a Cubs fan, sounds like our usual aquisitions...
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Its not that bad, its only a minor league deal and its not high dollar...low risk-high reward. And we need lefty's.
(edited by Whitebacon on 4.11.02 1206) "HHH, you should probably do the job here to put RVD over for the good of the company." "Vince, I'm just a caveman! I was out hunting when I fell in some ice and was unfrozen by your scientists. Your future world frightens and confuses me. You say these words like "job" and "put over" and "good of the company" but my primative mind can't grasp these concepts!"---Vince Mcmahon/Unfrozen Caveman Wrestler, Dr. Unlikely 17.9.02
When I saw this header, I thought someone had pitched a perfect game. I thought the exact same thing initially. Guru being a fan of the sport outta know better than to use the number 27. It causes baseball fantatics to stain their shorts.