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"tj jt muto" Discussed on Lance McAlister
"Year. Deal and a lot of teams will space out the payments. Say It's thirty million and it'll go six ten fourteen million by year six. Is that up at two thirty okay. Six ten fourteen million. Some look and say you know what I twenty twenty year my contracts not that big the bigger years or on the back end with all that's going on in the risk of injury and everything else and I'm not happy with the deal. I'm not coming back this year. And the third part free agents who feel they could do more harm than good to their case guys like mookie. Betts and TJ JT Muto in in Trevor Bauer who become free agents at the end of the year? Maybe look and say well wait a minute. I'm in the final year of my contract Do I come back for only half a season? Do I risk poor performance? Do I risk an injury? Do I put myself kind of behind the eight ball by not having a good year with all? That's going on right now. Maybe I just don't come back in twenty twenty and hit free agency in the off season. Three scenarios laid out by the New York Post and then there Scott Boras today the agent. We heard the back and forth yesterday. Trevor Bauer basically told him to get the hell out of their business in a tweet and yet Scott. Boras said today to his clients in a memo obtained by the Associated Press. Do not bail out the owners. All part of the backdrop. So what would you tell them? Five one three seven four nine seven thousand one eight hundred the big one pound seven hundred on. At and T. R. L. Carriers sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet seven hundred w. f. down the stretch rapidly. Moving our number one darnold period sports talk within about Delta triple a nice rally this our love the input on the topic and the opportunity on twitter. Oh remember Cayo Loesch. Carlos was a red at one point. Minnesota TWINS PHILADELPHIA phillies pitcher pitched over a decade. If I remember in the major leagues cow alosha retired in a twitter spat with trevor. Bauer was making reference to some of the stuff being said from the players side of things and trevor weighed in and said and I quote. This is Trevor Bauer to former major league. Pitcher Kyle Loesch. Kyle your time as a player has come and gone. You'RE NO LONGER. Part of the player group negotiating. Everyone appreciate your time and your service. But you don't speak on behalf of the players anymore that time has come and gone for you. You're not privy to everything that's happening. Kyle Loesch responded trevor. I'm just going to chuck this went up to immaturity while your generation. It's talking Major League baseball business while playing video games and complaining publicly how the Union is doing us out of touch. Ex players. Aren't happy standing by watching. You wreck what was built. Trevor bowers response on twitter. Okay boomer ooh Scott. Boras sent a letter to his client. Scott Boras says the most powerful agent in the game represents seventy-one players his agency this off season negotiated one point two billion with a B. One point two billion dollars in contracts this off season boroughs recommended today. His Clients Refuse Major League. Baseball's attempt to cut salaries in an email obtained by the associated. Press boroughs wrote. The player should not alter the terms of their merch. Twenty-six agreement with the owners that call for the players to reduce their salaries to a pro rated base basis based on a short a shortened season on the proposal. Eighty two games the players on March. Twenty six agreed to take what would amount to a fifty percent pay cut. They said all right. If we'RE NOT GONNA play one hundred sixty to apply and we play eighty two. You can pay half our salaries borough said today. Remember Games cannot be played without you. That's what he wrote to his clients. Players should not agree to further pay cuts to bail out the owners lead owners take some of their record revenues and profits from the past several years and pay you the pro rated salaries. You agreed to accept owners now. What player to take additional pay cuts to help them? Pay these loans. They WANNA bail out. They're not offering you a share of the stadium ballpark villages or club itself. And that's the genesis for most of the argument. That Major League Baseball last year was a record industry of ten billion dollars. In Baseball's turned a profit as a whole sixteen in the last seventeen years of the owners are asking the players to give up money during tough times. The players will say well when when you were making the profit sixteen in the last seventeen years. You didn't give us any more money outside of the agreement we'd already signed the players will say why don't you you didn't us tear up our agreement and give us more money. So why in tough times for you? Should you ask us to give you give up more money? Because of what's going on back to my original point none of this. None of this should be be played out before our very eyes and ears. We should know any of this. If I were Tony Clark the union I would say look I see one tweet. One Radio Interview One TV interview from any of you and we've got a problem. Maybe that's just me Anderson. We go next time. You're on seven. Hundred wwl W speaking here. Just make my point. I was trying to make I agree with you. One hundred percent but baseball owners in baseball players sued enact a gag rule. Okay yes and here's why forty million unemployed hundred thousand dead small businesses going out of business every day. People worried about food on their table. We all are baseball. We all love sports. But we don't want to hear your fighting in the public you're going to turn people off. Yes and make them mad. Yes Yawn belief and on my second point if I could follow up because that's such a good point because I I think most understand there are things that have to be hammered out and sides don't always agree on initial offers it's called negotiating but if that all needs to take place and we accept it does you can't play it out in front of us. We just. We don't have the stomach the time the patients or interest to put up with any of it. Do it behind you if you need a yell at each other yell at each other. Don't let us know yelling at each other right and I'll tell you this My second point is My small business is sports related. Okay and I knew when the NBA canceled their season. I paused their season. That it was over for sports. Twenty twenty okay now. They're coming back with no fans. Okay so But I knew that I knew that back in mid March. Why didn't the owners know that when they were negotiating with the players? I you know I you know he should plan for this and you you made a deal you know. Sorry you get stuck with what you negotiate. Hey Tom I enjoyed this call again sometime. Thanks thank you yeah. Let's in again. This is this is more the XS and os in the negotiations in my eyes kind of glaze over but on March twenty six. I mean I remember. Sitting here with the agreement was announced. I remember the excitement of my voice. I said well look this. The owners and players have agreed was march. Twenty six that night on sports talk and I said Wow with all. Its going on agreed. The players and owners.
"tj jt muto" Discussed on Lance McAlister
"The damage done to the sport in ninety four took for how long. Somewhat, say it it. Never really recovered. Others would point to cal ripken's chase of Lou Gehrig's record in what that did galvanize kind of fans of baseball, then eventually, what mcgwire and Sosa Chase of Roger Marris eventually did, and then it was, the curtain pulled back, and we learned that that was all a fraud a fake, but Remember Ninety Four. They cancelled a world series. In Ninety five when the reds made the playoffs, those games didn't even sell out, and I will say do on blue in the face that this city took the strike of ninety four and the cancellation of the world series more personally than any baseball town in the country. I would be willing to bet if you put the numbers up pre strike, average, attendance, post-strike average attendance, and a couple of years before, and then a couple years after that would bear pretty close to being true in terms of the number of people. Even now that's what twenty six years later who will tell me I have not gone back to a baseball game since the nineteen ninety-four strike. Now. There were certainly hurt feelings around the game here this town. They weren't hurt feelings. It was a sense of betrayal and a big screw. You. You're going to do that. I'm doing this I'll see you well. Check that I won't see 'cause I'm leaving. And you didn't come back. That's what I tell both sides. Understand this opportunity presented and yet. As, Bob, Nightingale said what was the line everyone take a deep breath. exhale slowly in chill. There is going to be baseball and I know it 'cause I. Hear you tell me. It bugs somewhat when I say that. I truly believe they're going to play baseball, so I'm not going to kick and scream and yell and call names until somebody shows me. They're not playing baseball, and if they don't play baseball I will join you in kicking and screaming, and perhaps even calling names to both sides. But to this point, maybe it's only because I've been there done that and had to do radio back in ninety four when there was no baseball season. I understand it's. It's negotiations and that's why I refer to it as the sausage and the old cliche. Nobody knew nobody wants to see the sausage. This is part of the process. It's not fun. It's not comfortable. It doesn't appear to be productive from where we sit. But I. Just I don't why so many people have told me in the last week to two I'm done I say done. Why because these guys can't and I keep saying? They're still on track to play when they said they were going to play. That's what I don't get about the rising level of angst. What they're talking about is a necessity at this point. Now they've got to get it figured out because as the caller said before the bottom of the hour, the clock is ticking, but it's not as though they have veered off course inner venturing somewhere on a on a path to nowhere they said eighty two games, and they said honor around July the fourth. Nobody right now has said nobody has said. We're going to be able to play eighty two games or not going to be able to play on or around July the fourth. The players were puzzle. It's believed is going to be to play more games to play upwards of one, hundred or one hundred and ten games. So don't sweat the small stuff. Let's go back to the phones about buddy. Go here and then there and over here, but you are on seven hundred WWL W. You I say right now. I guess a message out baseball right now. America want you. Desperate for sports, I'M AFRAID ESPN is going to sign the British. I can't. Do Anything. They could leave the news cycle. They play it right for two straight. Every night because we are so desperate. Guy Giving the singer. DETENTE NASCAR. That! I. mean we are desperate. Don't blow your. Yes. He strikes. I WILL BE I. That that's an excellent, that's all I need a buck. Thank you all right. We've rallied now back to back calls I'm making caller a in color. Be One and two of the night. That's what I'm looking for. What is the message would need to to stress to them to say guys. Look listen. Just hear me out for a second now at the same time. Let me drop this in I'm reading The New York Post Today Joel Sherman, Headline Major League Baseball Risk Losing Coal Trout and others if it wins. This from Joel Sherman. What of Major League Baseball owners. Get what they want. And then a group of players don't show up. That would be turning victory to defeat quickly for the owners. And Joe Sherman went on to point out that it has already understood that a group of players and coaches and managers with pre existing conditions might opt out over health concerns. John Lester Anthony Rizzo. The cubs are cancer survivors brandon. Morrow type one diabetes. Joe Sherman talk with multiple agents, a half dozen agents in recent days, who said they expect most players to return due to love of baseball sense of responsibility to their careers teammates, perhaps even being shamed into participating in the bad look, but the agents also say they would not be surprised if some players decide not to play. One agent told The New York Post I would actually be more surprised if we did not get a few. WHO Sat out? Three different here won the super rich players. Two players who were do the most money Garrett Cole Mike, Trout both have lied do with their first child thought by some agent's A. They've made enough money in their career. Already wives pregnant with the first kids. Concerns on multiple levels. Maybe they say we'll sit out, but we'll just. We'll see and twenty twenty one. To the players with contracts for multiple years. In, which twenty twenty is a low year on their contract meeting? You'll get a three year deal and a lot of teams will space out. The payments say it's thirty million and it'll go. Six. Ten fourteen million by year six. Is that up at two thirty, okay, six, ten, fourteen, million, some look, and say you know what I twenty twenty year, my contracts, not that big, the bigger years, or on the back end with all that's going on in the risk of injury and everything else and I'm not happy with the deal. I'm not coming back this year and the third part free agents who feel they could do more harm than good to their case. Guys like mookie Betts and TJ Jt Muto in in Trevor Bauer who become free agents at the end of the year. Maybe look and say well wait a minute. I'm in the final year of my contract Do I come back for only half a season. Do I risk poor performance? Do I risk an injury? Do I put myself kind of behind the eight ball by not having a good year with all? That's going on right now. Maybe I just. Don't come back in twenty twenty and hit free agency in the off season, three scenarios laid out by the New York, post, and then there Scott Boras today the agent we heard the back and forth yesterday Trevor Bauer basically told him to get the hell out of their business in a tweet and yet Scott Boras, said today to his clients in a memo obtained by the Associated Press do not bail out the owners. All part of the backdrop. So. What would you tell them? Five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, one,.