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Alright...well they didn't put me on. Oh well. Anyways if anyone cares, Beinfest sounded really angry about the team. Here is what he said -

 

- If pitchers keep throwing balls, and fielders kept making errors, they won't be here anymore. Kept stressing how we always have been and should be known for great pitching and defense.

 

- Caller said its a "travesty and disgrace" that Moehler is making 1 million dollars per year. :lol Same caller also said Giradi should show more emotions. Beinfest danced around issue.

 

- Everyone expects Marlins to win this year, losings not ok blah blah blah...excited about young players we have.

 

- Mentioned Anibel Sanchez a couple times, I believe he will be called up soon. Suggested Nolasco's name as possible starter. I Bet we see 1 of those taking over for Moehler soon.

 

Overall, not alot of good information. They should have taken my call or at least talked about Hialeh and a new stadium somewhat...

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- If pitchers keep throwing balls, and fielders kept making errors, they won't be here anymore. Kept stressing how we always have been and should be known for great pitching and defense.

 

Key word there is we HAVE been known for. Did he happen to step back and take a look at the team he put on the field? Ahh I guess not.

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I'm hoping Petit gets the call sometime soon as well.

 

 

:thumbup Same here!

I have a feeling they're gonna wait until the date where it's too late to have this year count toward their arbitration years, ala Cabrera in 2003...

 

There is no date.

 

Arbitration is based on service days, same with free agency. If you have 6 seasons worth of service days (172 days is one season) then you're a free agent.

 

That "super-two" status that Dontrelle has is based solely on being in the top 10% of service days of non-arbitration eligible players. For "super-two" there's no set in stone date.

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I'm hoping Petit gets the call sometime soon as well.

 

 

:thumbup Same here!

I have a feeling they're gonna wait until the date where it's too late to have this year count toward their arbitration years, ala Cabrera in 2003...

 

There is no date.

 

Arbitration is based on service days, same with free agency. If you have 6 seasons worth of service days (172 days is one season) then you're a free agent.

 

That "super-two" status that Dontrelle has is based solely on being in the top 10% of service days of non-arbitration eligible players. For "super-two" there's no set in stone date.

So I guess what I'm saying is they'll at least wait until the date where, if you calculate it, will prevent these pitchers from reaching the end of their 6th season of service days until the 7th season... if that makes sense at all, lol...

 

Or maybe they figure if they wait until at least the All-Star break, they should be okay for not having them be "super-two"ed... There have to be past records they can study as to when it is pretty much safe to call guys up without them being "super-two"ed.

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There is no date.

 

Arbitration is based on service days, same with free agency. If you have 6 seasons worth of service days (172 days is one season) then you're a free agent.

 

That "super-two" status that Dontrelle has is based solely on being in the top 10% of service days of non-arbitration eligible players. For "super-two" there's no set in stone date.

 

correction: top 17%

 

:)

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There is no date.

 

Arbitration is based on service days, same with free agency. If you have 6 seasons worth of service days (172 days is one season) then you're a free agent.

 

That "super-two" status that Dontrelle has is based solely on being in the top 10% of service days of non-arbitration eligible players. For "super-two" there's no set in stone date.

 

correction: top 17%

 

:)

 

d'oh! :banghead

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for Twift's Q:

I really hope they didn't move Vargas to the pen to turn him into a lefty specialist, but it's so far looking like they didn't because they're using him in multiple inning situations against all hands. He was struggling mighty hard, so something probably had to be done.

 

As for Anibal Sanchez:

I hope they arn't planning on bringing him up too soon because he's just coming off injury that cost him all of spring training. A jump should be in the cards this season though to see what they've got in him.

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