What is your opinion of the A.J. Pierzynski signing?
MJH on accountability
Johnathon Mayo has his top 100 up on MLB.com and he was a bit higher on some guys than the recent Scout.com post.
#1 Profar#16 Olt#42 Martin Perez#69 Jorge Soler#88 Cody Buckel
In other news, we’re down to the ‘teens in days until pitchers & catchers report.
He's also got #theLegend ranked as his #5 catching prospect behind d'Arnaud, Mike Zunino, Gary Sanchez, & Austin Hedges (#82 in the top 100) so it stands to reason he probably just missed the top 100.
All in all, pretty good representation from your Texas Rangers.
And I just realized Soler is not Beras and now I feel like an idiot. Welp, blow it up.
It's old. From September. When the list says 2013, you'll know it's new.
Why did it blow up the MLB front page then? I've failed everyone.
Everybody makes mistakes, everybody has those days.
Well wait til next Tuesday and MLB will reveal its top 100 on mlbnetwork, what a great channel, all baseball all day.
I get jealous of people who have mlb network...all I have is the NFL Network and NHL Network, but no MLB network...stupid suddenlink.
Yeah, I ditched Suddenlink when they didn't make Rangers games available in BCS. I wouldn't have thought it was that hard, but I could only see them when the Astros weren't playing.
Now the Astros will be with Comcast, so I expect the BCS version of FSSW will begin carrying the Rangers regularly. I probably won't switch back, though. I love DirecTV, except sometimes during bad storms.
And Im watching MLB Network through my slingbox ... here in Tibet and dvr all the Rangers games so I can watch them at a decent hour, unless its the playoffs, then I lose alot of sleep.
MLB Network is a joke. Unless Brian Kenny is talking to Dave Cameron or Keith Olberman, the roster of "analysts" are buffoons. Billy Ripken, Harold Reynolds, Al Leiter, Mitch Williams, Dan Pleasac, Sean Casey -- none of them have a clue about educating an audience. It's all about who signed the big name, batting average, RBI, and pitching wins and losses. Wow! Blowing my mind with knowledge! It's just like ESPN.
Yeah, you're not missing anything with MLBN.
I like it when MLBN shows old classic moments though. Those are great to watch, even if the ones involving teams I've rooted for usually end in heartbreak.
My favorite show is Intentional Talk. It's enough of a variety show to keep me entertained. The "Got HEEEM!", Kevin's Highlights, interviews, etc... all good.
Haven't been able to watch their game show, much, tho... Needs to have 4 contestants and a buzzer to buzz in - the current format just doesn't work.
And, once the season starts, their MLB Tonight and their replays are all good.
I for one can't wait to see Profar more!
I'm glad that we have the MLB network. Look at your alternatives. As with any network, on occasion, there will be people speaking that you disagree with. However, if you are on the road and stuck in your hotel, it beats daytime TV.
I can do without Plesac and Reynolds and Williams, and actually pretty much everyone outside Brian Kenny.
If they just ran Clubhouse Confidential 24/7 I'd give the network rating an A+++.
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