- Oct 23, 2001
Maybe they should first get the evaluation of the player right?I get that Boston’s offer to Yoshida was bigger than what others expected. Isn't that what a team with Boston’s financial resources should be doing?
Identify the target and get it done. This off-season they will hire a new guy that is “creative and decisive “ to spend money on players. They are going to need to take risks on contracts and hope for the highest payout.
Reference Yamamoto or Ohtani obviously. But the guy a few complain that Bloom lost out on by not beating the market = Eflin.