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    Re: Lohse to Brewers

    3 years for $33 M --- + lose the 17th draft pick & the pool money for it-- I'd pass on that!
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    Re: Lohse to Brewers

    Quote Originally Posted by Red Raindog View Post
    3 years for $33 M --- + lose the 17th draft pick & the pool money for it-- I'd pass on that!
    Wait... does this mean the cards get another 1st round pick.. or does it just disappear?

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    Re: Lohse to Brewers

    Quote Originally Posted by Brisco View Post
    Wait... does this mean the cards get another 1st round pick.. or does it just disappear?
    Yes

    Cardinals draft factory continues, lol
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    Re: Lohse to Brewers

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeThierry View Post
    Yes

    Cardinals draft factory continues, lol
    http://www.grantland.com/story/_/id/...eri-nl-central

    If the deal goes through, the Brewers will forfeit the no. 17 pick in this summer's draft, losing about $2 million in slot money in the process (the Cardinals would gain the no. 28 pick and about $1.65 million in slot money). Milwaukee will live with that sacrifice.

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    Re: Lohse to Brewers

    Quote Originally Posted by westofyou View Post
    http://www.grantland.com/story/_/id/...eri-nl-central

    If the deal goes through, the Brewers will forfeit the no. 17 pick in this summer's draft, losing about $2 million in slot money in the process (the Cardinals would gain the no. 28 pick and about $1.65 million in slot money). Milwaukee will live with that sacrifice.
    Unless Lohse completely collapses this season, he's worth way more than that in trade value at the trading deadline. It's a good value deal for the Brewers.
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    Finally our long national nightmare is over
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    Re: Lohse to Brewers

    Great deal for Lohse. I was secretly hoping he would have to settle for a 1yr 10MM (or less) deal.

    On another note how about the Vernon Wells trade? An "untradeable contract" has now changed hands twice in the last 2 years. Sometimes fans no nothing.
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    Re: Lohse to Brewers

    Quote Originally Posted by thatcoolguy_22 View Post
    Great deal for Lohse. I was secretly hoping he would have to settle for a 1yr 10MM (or less) deal.

    On another note how about the Vernon Wells trade? An "untradeable contract" has now changed hands twice in the last 2 years. Sometimes fans no nothing.
    With mega money changing hands. The Angels are paying $29 M of the $42M owing!!!!

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    Re: Lohse to Brewers

    I still can't believe the Jays got rid of it without sending cash or taking back a similar contract, but LAA will be paying most of it this time so it's nowhere near as stunning.
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    Re: Lohse to Brewers

    Quote Originally Posted by blumj View Post
    I still can't believe the Jays got rid of it without sending cash or taking back a similar contract, but LAA will be paying most of it this time so it's nowhere near as stunning.
    They essentially were just paid 10 million dollars for Vernon Wells. Nowhere near as stunning, but still unbelievable.
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    Re: Lohse to Brewers

    Quote Originally Posted by thatcoolguy_22 View Post
    They essentially were just paid 10 million dollars for Vernon Wells. Nowhere near as stunning, but still unbelievable.
    Apparently, that's partly explained by a luxury tax loophole, the contract goes by the average annual value of the whole contract, not just what's left on it, then what the Angels pay toward it gets subtracted. So, Wells counts for $18M a year even though he's getting $21, and the Yankees can take most of the payment from LAA toward it in 2014, so he could count a lot against the luxury tax limit this season, when they don't really care, and count 0 or even a negative amount against it in 2014, when they really want to get under the limit. None of which explains why they'd pay any real money to get Vernon Wells, or want to give him playing time over any random cheap OF, though.
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    Re: Lohse to Brewers

    My opinion changed more on Lohse in the past couple years than perhaps any player. I'm convinced his problems which for years caused me to throw things at the TV and refer to him him as "the biggest lohser" were the result of the medical issues (compartment syndrome) which have apparently been solved by surgery. After 2 years of ERAs near the top of baseball (since the surgery), with a below average defense behind him, I think his critics are overthinking things. If the physical says he's healthy, I'm pretty sure this is a bargain.
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    Re: Lohse to Brewers

    Lohse is going from St Louis (0.92 HR park factor) to Milwaukee (1.61 HR park factor). Expect plenty of regression based on that alone.

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    Re: Lohse to Brewers

    Quote Originally Posted by dougdirt View Post
    Lohse is going from St Louis (0.92 HR park factor) to Milwaukee (1.61 HR park factor). Expect plenty of regression based on that alone.
    Agreed. Lohse hasn't pitched that much at Miller Park, but over the last three seasons, here are his numbers there:

    16.0 IP, 3 games started, 0-2, 6.75 ERA, 18 hits, 1 HR, 8 BBs allowed, 9 Ks.

    I predict that this contract will be seen as a disaster for the Brew Crew before 2013 is over....
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