thezeroes wrote:At this point of spring training there is very little to write/correspond about because of the short work loads and small sample sizes.
You also have a roster that had has little in the way of transition other than a spot or two in the rotation and the bench players.
The players contracts are all in order, not much to discuss in that area.
The games have very little meaning until you get to the starters last two starts. Who will be set for number one in the rotation can be debated but until all the health issues are put to the test this would also be futile.
For me it is a wonder to ones self and wait period beforethe season.
Old Sneakers wrote:The board is not dead at all.
Simply put, the info out of spring training has mostly been sunshine and lollipops. Trust me once Brian Matusz gets rocked three starts in a row your going to see the living dead in here griping and groaning all hours of the day and night.
When Brian Roberts is batting .330 at the all star break and is traded away for a 25 year old utility player we will all go nuts.