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The W - Baseball - The Bill Bavasi Era is Over!
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#1 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.82
Thank you Baby Jesus, Bill Bavasi is no more in Seattle. One of the most expensive and crappiest built teams in baseball can now move on from a long list of terrible signings and trades. I hope the M's clean house, I'd keep only The King, Morrow, and Ichiro because he draws a lot of fans to the ballpark.

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I'm only bummed out because when Richie goes, that will be IJ's first favorite Mariner gone away. Otherwise, please God blow this team up NOW. Everybody goes.

Unfortunately, in reality there are some who suck that are stuck here unless management wants to eat some big-time contracts. Washburn, Batista, and Silva all come to mind. And Johjima.

Holy fuck shit motherfucker shit. Read comics. Fuck shit shit fuck shit I sold out when I did my job. Fuck fuck fuck shit fuck. Sorry had to do it....


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From what I heard, Johjima will be with the team until the rapture since the owners don't want to lose a Japanese 'star.' Of course, this stagnates Jeff Clement, but, well, nobody said Mariners ownership was smart.

Bavasi is one of those guys who wouldn't have gotten a job in the first place if it wasn't for his last name. Hopefully he never gets the chance to ruin another team ever again.

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The best way for the Mariners to bridge the Japanese-America baseball gap and turn the team around ... Bobby Valentine
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