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A baseball official with knowledge of the Mets talks said they are not involved in any big deals. The Mets are holding tight to the kids.
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Posted on 07/31/2009 at 02:32 PM | Permalink
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Victor was just traded to the Red Sox for Matserson and at least 1 other prospect.
The Indians and Pirates are doing the right (yet very painful) thing by rebuilding. Apparently, teams like the Nationals and Royals live in dream land and think they are in good shape for 2010 with there current core group.
07/31/2009 at 03:19 PM
I don't think gambling is nearcsseily Rich's problem, I think his problem is the fact that he can't watch sports without betting on it. How is it that sports are too boring for you that you have to put something on the line to make it exciting? If you watch the Mets games all the time, does that mean you're betting on those games too? Seems to me if you're betting each week on football, and each game in baseball (162 games), that could add up to a lot of money, which most people would say that you have a problem. If you aren't addicted to it, you should be able to quit for a month and not have it drive you crazy that's the moral definition of being addicted to something!
10/29/2012 at 10:00 PM
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