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1 minute ago, Admin said:

I would think the_gmac hates him for injuring Buster 

Buster injured himself case closed

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Just now, squall said:

Marlins weren't even that close. Marlins are the cucks knocking on the door hoping to watch. 

@Das Texan is the Marlins?

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Sweeny Murti ✔@YankeesWFAN

“From time to time (the Marlins) change their team a lot.”—Chapman on why he chose #Yankees over #Marlins, wanted more stability.

11:42 AM - 16 Dec 2016

 

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Bryan Hoch ✔@BryanHoch

Chapman also said that he felt the Yankees are a more stable team than the Marlins, given their history of roster changes.

11:13 AM - 16 Dec 2016

 

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Bryan Hoch ✔@BryanHoch

Aroldis Chapman: "The Marlins were close on signing me, but at the end, my wish was to come back to the Yankees."

11:13 AM - 16 Dec 2016

 

There's that... enjoy it Mr. Loria

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On 12/12/2016 at 2:32 PM, Erick said:

At least we still have Carter Capps. 

MLB added an amendment to the pitching rules that stipulates that pitchers can't take more than one step toward home plate in his delivery. 

 

If the pitcher violates this rule rule with runners on base, it will be called a ball; if there are no men on, it'll be called an illegal pitch, resulting in the pitch being called a ball. 

 

 

HOW DID LORIA KNOW??????????

 

At least now we don't have to hear anymore groaning on the forum about us trading Carter Capps. 

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At least now we don't have to hear anymore groaning on the forum about us trading Carter Capps. 

When did we trade Carter Capps?

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1 hour ago, DTrain said:

MLB added an amendment to the pitching rules that stipulates that pitchers can't take more than one step toward home plate in his delivery. 

 

If the pitcher violates this rule rule with runners on base, it will be called a ball; if there are no men on, it'll be called an illegal pitch, resulting in the pitch being called a ball. 

 

 

HOW DID LORIA KNOW??????????

 

At least now we don't have to hear anymore groaning on the forum about us trading Carter Capps. 

Umm, I'm pretty sure that the delivery he had with the Marlins is still technically legal under the new rules. The new rule outlaws the double hop motion that he unveiled a few weeks ago.

So hopefully people will continue to groan about Mike Hill trading away Capps for a bunch of facial pubes.

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