Discussion in 'Miami Marlins' started by Larry, Dec 3, 2013.
Cogs, whatever. Surprised about Webb.
Agreed. Why non-tender a reliever who posted a 2.90 ERA last year? He is just fine in middle relief.
So that's it? They're officially free agents then? Gee, kinda surprised they cut the cord on these two somewhat abruptly.
I mean I know Cogs isn't much anymore but in our position I figured he was at least organizational depth.
the cogs era finally ends.. poor fella
They could still potentially sign him. I hope they don't, though.
CC did not earn the right chance to play at 3rd. Too bad.
Cox era begins!
Why not offer Webb?
Yeah non tendering a reliever who just put up a 2.90 ERA season is kinda strange. Coghlan is whatever.
We have a ton of reliever options, so it's not a big deal, but still strange they wouldn't be able to find anybody who would trade even a little something for a above average reliever.
I can't figure out this FO right now, they must have some kind of a plan...what it is, who know?
really dont get not tendering Webb. He was very solid last year and logged a lot of innings. Kept his WHIP down too.
He was due to make about 2-2.5 million is my guess. Dont get that one. Pen just got weaker I think.
All this. Especially the last line. Strange decision.
Coghlan makes a lot of sense, but the Webb thing is odd.
Maybe it's an injury we don't know about, like Kiko a few years ago.
Otherwise, it's just silly.
There must be more to the Webb story.
I hope it's because he's hurt, otherwise I don't get it.
Whatever story the FO puts out I'm sure it will be a Webb of lies.
I wouldn't be surprised to see them turn around and sign Coghs to a minor league deal. Makes sense they don't want to commit to anything more than the league minimum.
Webb is very, very strange. I mean, even at $2 Mill or so, he has to have trade value, right? I don't get it.