Discussion in 'Washington Capitals' started by AlexBrovechkin8, Oct 10, 2019.
Winning off the field though?
ever a better time to move him a capitalize on the assets? Meaning this summer....
I still wonder if he and Wall can coexist....
Keep Brad. They should make the playoffs pretty comfortably next year assuming Wall is back looking like some semblance of his old self. I trust Tommy, he seems to have a plan.
I like Tommy too, so far. He’s shrewd. Like GMBM in that way. We will see if he can address problems like the Man can. If so? Wiz will be fine in the long run
Never seen this before.
Steve Blake reminds me of my brother in law. When I first started dating my wife her brother got pissed at me and came at me just like Blake in this video. Let’s just say he didn’t do it again.
Didn't see this coming, nope.
Watching the Nats Astros game on MLB. Its the Houston cast. They just had the balls to show Springer hitting a WS homer against Strasburg in a promo. Really bad taste
What did you expect them to do? Would be different if they were accused of cheating in that world series
Dc defenders won again.
The Beer snake was more entertaining then the football game
People were certainly more interested in building the snake than the football game but at least cardale was finally benched. St Louis had two good chances to get touchdowns but was denied
The Brewers will pay Christian Yelich until 2042 — NBC Sports
under the deal the Brewers will defer $4 million each year from his $26 million annual salary from 2022 to ’28. The deal includes a $20 million mutual option for 2029 with a $6.5 million buyout, and $2 million of the buyout would be deferred as well. If the buyout is owed, the $30 million in deferred money would be paid in 12 installments of $2.5 million each July 1 from 2031-42. If the buyout is not owed, Yelich will get the $28 million in 11 installments of $2.3 million each July 1 from 2031-41 and a final payment of $2.3 million on July 1, 2042.
Good for them, a small market, poor team keeping a star player. Also, in terms of being paid until 2042, nice work if you can get it.
Whenever I see deals w/ deferrals I think of Bobby Bonilla. He stopped playing for the Mets in 1999 and stopped playing baseball altogether in 2001 and the Mets are paying him $1.19mm/year until 2035. Instead of paying him $5.9mm in 1999 as part of his buy-out, the Wilpons deferred payment until 2009 -- a decade later -- and the subsequent annuity payments will total ~$30mm by the end of the payment structure, at which time Bonilla will be 73 years old.
Whats up with Trey Mancini?
why do you think the Lerners defer lol.....will be someone else’s team when the bill comes due lol!
I’m shocked Yelich took such a discount and differed money on top. I wish the Nats players would have done this.
I believe Bonilla's creditors have had that payout for many years.
If you have an annuity and need cash now. Call JG Wentworth 877 cashnow
I am disappointed that Rendon left, but clearly Harper leaving was a benefit. If Roblais grows into his game, the loss of production at 3rd will be greatly mitigated. Strasburg stayed and that's the team identity
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