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BY JIM FLINK You're watching multisource sports news analysis from Newsy. “It’s a great move. The Red Sox are...They always reload. But they’re significantly reloading with the two acquisitions they made so far this winter.” (ESPN) That’s New York Yankee’s GM Brian Cashman -- a little jealous -- or a lot. Talking about the bitter rival Red Sox. Beantown is abuzz over Boston’s two newest baseball additions -- free agent First Baseman Adrian Gonzalez and outfielder Carl Crawford. Both bit the BoSox bait -- hook, line and sinker. Here’s the Boston Globe’s Bob Ryan. “It is indeed a good morning. Carl Crawford has been signed. Seven years, 142. Gotta get beyond the money. If you can live with J.D. Drew for the last several years at 14, you can live with Carl Crawford at 20. ... First you add Adrian Gonzalez. Now you add Carl Crawford. You’re adding two All-Stars. You’re adding two guys who should do very, very well at Fenway.” That may be says ESPN’s Rob Neyer, but c’mon. Seven years? By then, Crawford’s speed will be more -- crawdad-like. “Crawford's coming off his best season, and probably won't ever enjoy another quite as good. Seven years is a long time; $142 million is a lot of money. It's not hard to imagine his OBP (on base percentage) slipping, though, in the last two or three seasons of this seven-season contract. And if Crawford's OBP slips below .340, he probably won't be worth what the Sox are paying him.” So, did the Red Sox overpay over the long-term? MLB.com’s Peter Gammons says, it’s all part of the plan Anchor: “We say seven years, what are they doing? But maybe not the worst idea in the world for a guy in his 20s.” Gammons: “Well, they have very strong beliefs, the Red Sox do, that the last peak year is 36. And they have Crawford tied up through the age of 35, and Gonzalez tied up through the age of 34.” Big spenders? No way, says Bloomberg. Big -- shrewd -- savers. Dumping the old. Dropping coin on the present and future. “Boston has replaced the offense lost by the departures of Victor Martinez and Adrian Beltre with the bats of the 29-year-old Crawford and the 28-year-old Gonzalez...a move that lowers Boston's 2011 payroll for luxury tax purposes.” So what do you think? Beantown reloading? Or are Boston’s beans -- badly baked? Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy
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*subscribe for more* http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PabJ4VtdHgk UPDATE!! ACTUAL VIDEO CLIPS ON ABOVE LINK! Hey. I spent forever on this! Here's the list. These Guys hit some massive Home Runs! 1. Arod or Alex Rodriguez-3b/third base (man) New York Yankees-American League 2. Prince Fielder-1st/First Base/1b/ Milwaukee Brewers-National League 3. Carlos Pena-1st Base/1B/DH/Designated Hitter-Tampa Bay Devil Rays-American League 4. Ryan Howard-1st Base/1B-Philadelphia Phillies-National League 5. Adam Dunn-Outfield/First Base/OF/1B-Cincinnati Reds-National League 6. Matt Holliday-Outfield/OF-Colorado Rockies-National League 7. David Ortiz (Big Papi)-1B/DH-Boston Red Sox-A.L. 8. Ryan Braun - OF-Milwaukee Brewers-N.L. 9. Miguel (Miggy) Cabrera-3rd Base/First Base-Florida Marlins-N.L. 10. Jim Thome-DH-Chicago White Sox-AL 11. Lance Berkamn-1B-OF-Houston Astros-nl 12. Carlos Beltran-OF-NYM-New York Mets-NL 13. Carlos Lee-OF-Houston Astros-NL 14. Albert Pujols-1b-st. louis cardinals nl 15. Alfonso Soriano-of-chicago cubs-nl 16. Chris Young-OF-Arizona Diamondbacks-NL 17. Paul Konerko-1b-Chicago White Sox-AL 18. Justin Morneau-1B/UTILLITY-Minnesota Twins 19. Dan Uggla-OF/Second Base/2b-Florida Marlins-N.L. 20. Pat (the bat...not the ball:-)) Burrell-Philadelphia Phillies)-N.L. 21. Ken Griffey Jr. (Griffie, Griff, jUNIOR) Outfield-Cincinnati Reds-nl 22. Brandon Phillips-2b-Cincinnati Reds-NL 23. Jimmy Rollins-SS SHORTSTOP-pHILlies-nl 24. David Wright-3B-New York Mets-NL 25. Brad Hawpe-of-colorado rockies-nl 26. Chipper Jones (chip)-3B/OF-Atlanta Braves-NL 27. Hanley Ramirez-SS-Florida Marlins-nl 28. Barry Bonds (what's his nickname???..cheater? nah. just playin he's cool)-of-san fransisco giants-nl 29. Jermaine Dye-OF-CWS-NL 30. Adrian Gonzalez-1B-San Diego Padres-NL 31. Torii Hunter-OF-MnstaTwins-AL 32. Magglio Ordonez (maggs, maggy crazy guy with the super long hair)-Detroit Tigers-AL 33. Vladimir Guerrero (Vladdy)-Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim oR laa-al 34. Aaron Rowand-Philly-NL 35. Adrian Beltre-3B-Seattle Mariners-A.L. 36. Jack Cust-OF-Oakland Athletics-AL 37. Khalil Greene-SS-SDP-NL 38. J.J. Hardy-SS-MILBREWERS-NL 39. Andruw Jones-OF-ATL-NL 40. Aramis Ramirez-3b-chc-nl 41. Frank Thomas-1B/DH-Toronto Blue Jays-NL 42. Garrett Atkins-3b-colorado rockies-nl 43. Victor Martinez-Catcher/1b-Cleveland Indians-A.L. 44. Hideki Matsui-OF-NYY-AL 45. Gary Sheffield-OF/1B/DH-Detroit Tigers-A.L. 46. Carlos Delagado (The Cat)-New York Mets 47. Alex Alexis Rios-of-toronto-al 48. Grady Sizemore-OF-CLEVELAND-AL 49. bj upton-of-tbdr-al 50 ryan zimmerman-washington nationals-nl What teams are missing from these? Baltimore Orioles Pittsburgh Pirates Texas Rangers Los Angeles Dodgers Btw, this is a list from the entire Major League Baseball in 2007. Thanks so much for listening and watching. Btw, comment who your favorite manager is= Sam Perlozzo Dave Trembly Joe Torre or you should know them! ha anyway have fun Music from David Crowder Band 1. Do Not Move - from A Collision B 2. Here it comes..a beautiful collision its happening now...
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6/22/13: Elvis Andrus and Adrian Beltre play chicken with an infield popup. Check out http://m.mlb.com/video for our full archive of videos, and subscribe on YouTube for the best, exclusive MLB content: http://youtube.com/MLB About MLB.com: Commissioner Allan H. (Bud) Selig announced on January 19, 2000, that the 30 Major League club owners voted unanimously to centralize all of Baseball's internet operations into an independent technology company. Major League Baseball Advanced Media (MLBAM) was formed and charged with developing, building and managing the most comprehensive baseball experience available on the internet. In August 2002, MLB.com streamed the first-ever live, full length MLB game when the Texas Rangers and New York Yankees faced off at Yankee Stadium. Since that time, millions of baseball fans around the world have subscribed to MLB.TV, the live video streaming product that airs every game in HD to nearly 400 different devices. MLB.com also provides an array of mobile apps for fans to choose from, including At Bat, the highest-grossing iOS sports app of all-time. MLB.com features a stable of club beat reporters and award-winning national columnists, the largest contingent of baseball reporters under one roof, who deliver over 100 original articles every day. MLB.com also offers extensive historical information and footage, online ticket sales, official baseball merchandise, authenticated memorabilia and collectibles and fantasy games. Major League Baseball consists of 30 teams split between the American and National Leagues. The American League, originally founded in 1901, consists of the following teams: Baltimore Orioles; Boston Red Sox; Chicago White Sox; Cleveland Indians; Detroit Tigers; Houston Astros; Kansas City Royals; Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim; Minnesota Twins; New York Yankees; Oakland Athletics; Seattle Mariners; Tampa Bay Rays; Texas Rangers; and Toronto Blue Jays. The National League, originally founded in 1876, consists of the following teams: Arizona Diamondbacks; Atlanta Braves; Chicago Cubs; Cincinnati Reds; Colorado Rockies; Los Angeles Dodgers; Miami Marlins; Milwaukee Brewers; New York Mets; Philadelphia Phillies; Pittsburgh Pirates; San Diego Padres; San Francisco Giants; St. Louis Cardinals; and Washington Nationals. Visit MLB.com: http://mlb.mlb.com Subscribe to MLB.TV: mlb.tv Download MLB.com At Bat: http://mlb.mlb.com/mobile/atbat Get tickets: http://mlb.mlb.com/tickets Official MLB Merchandise: http://mlb.mlb.com/shop Join the conversation! Twitter: http://twitter.com/mlb Facebook: http://facebook.com/mlb Instagram: http://instagram.com/mlb Google+: https://plus.google.com/+MLB Tumblr: http://drawntomlb.com/ Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/MLBAM
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8/11/13: After a rundown, Jake Elmore tags out Adrian Beltre, who tries to escape into left field to avoid the tag. Check out http://m.mlb.com/video for our full archive of videos, and subscribe on YouTube for the best, exclusive MLB content: http://youtube.com/MLB About MLB.com: Commissioner Allan H. (Bud) Selig announced on January 19, 2000, that the 30 Major League club owners voted unanimously to centralize all of Baseball's internet operations into an independent technology company. Major League Baseball Advanced Media (MLBAM) was formed and charged with developing, building and managing the most comprehensive baseball experience available on the internet. In August 2002, MLB.com streamed the first-ever live, full length MLB game when the Texas Rangers and New York Yankees faced off at Yankee Stadium. Since that time, millions of baseball fans around the world have subscribed to MLB.TV, the live video streaming product that airs every game in HD to nearly 400 different devices. MLB.com also provides an array of mobile apps for fans to choose from, including At Bat, the highest-grossing iOS sports app of all-time. MLB.com features a stable of club beat reporters and award-winning national columnists, the largest contingent of baseball reporters under one roof, who deliver over 100 original articles every day. MLB.com also offers extensive historical information and footage, online ticket sales, official baseball merchandise, authenticated memorabilia and collectibles and fantasy games. Major League Baseball consists of 30 teams split between the American and National Leagues. The American League, originally founded in 1901, consists of the following teams: Baltimore Orioles; Boston Red Sox; Chicago White Sox; Cleveland Indians; Detroit Tigers; Houston Astros; Kansas City Royals; Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim; Minnesota Twins; New York Yankees; Oakland Athletics; Seattle Mariners; Tampa Bay Rays; Texas Rangers; and Toronto Blue Jays. The National League, originally founded in 1876, consists of the following teams: Arizona Diamondbacks; Atlanta Braves; Chicago Cubs; Cincinnati Reds; Colorado Rockies; Los Angeles Dodgers; Miami Marlins; Milwaukee Brewers; New York Mets; Philadelphia Phillies; Pittsburgh Pirates; San Diego Padres; San Francisco Giants; St. Louis Cardinals; and Washington Nationals. Visit MLB.com: http://mlb.mlb.com Subscribe to MLB.TV: mlb.tv Download MLB.com At Bat: http://mlb.mlb.com/mobile/atbat Get tickets: http://mlb.mlb.com/tickets Official MLB Merchandise: http://mlb.mlb.com/shop Join the conversation! Twitter: http://twitter.com/mlb Facebook: http://facebook.com/mlb Instagram: http://instagram.com/mlb Google+: https://plus.google.com/+MLB Tumblr: http://drawntomlb.com/ Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/MLBAM
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