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11-16-2012, 05:03 PM
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Originally Posted by Reality Check View Post
I'll take a wild guess and state that Cabrera's stats will be closer to his time with the Yankees and Braves than Royals.

Surprised he got two years after getting busted and got a little more money than expected(which always happens in free agency) but I think the contract is fine overall.

It also keeps him away from the Yankees, where I think most people thought he would end up.

Toronto Management was none too happy after Baltimore past them in the standings and that division should be a dog fight this year. But all these moves so far don't guarantee Toronto much of anything.
Agreed, but unless Baltimore plans on putting up that entirely unsustainable 29-9 record in one run games again, I think they will struggle to maintain a .500 record in 2012. That and if they go through another season without a single starter hitting 200 innings pitched.

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