It's a contract year. Coco is bouncing back for the bucks.
Last edited by malcontent; 05-26-2011 at 03:32 PM.
I hope for Thompson's sake he was watching the game last night.
If he did he would know that he'll be out there whether he has to throw 80 or 180 pitches.
And he wouldn't walk Dane Sardinha.
Last edited by malcontent; 05-26-2011 at 03:39 PM.
Here is an article from Spring Training:
Cordero even admits he wasn't in good shape in 2010.
Actually this is pretty sad if you think about. A player making over 10 million a year not being in shape.Cordero admits that last season he burdened the scale with an all-time high, a not-so-honorable 250 pounds.
So he decided to do something about it.
"With extra weight it, gives you trouble with your mechanics," said Cordero, who is on the final year of a four-year contract that pays him $12 million this season. "I worried about that last year because something was going on with my mechanics, which is why I was walking that many people (36 walks in 72 2/3 innings). I wasn't in good shape."
It would have been nice to win last night....:::cough::: banana in the tailpipe :::cough:::
To borrow from an old Martyism, Thompson has approached Dane Freakin' Sardinha like a pit cobra.
Rounding third and heading for home...