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RotoWire Users are Better Informed than the Reds GM
Posted by Jason Thornbury at 8/8/2006 5:32:00 PM
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From the AP:

"Reds general manager Wayne Krivsky sought an explanation Tuesday for why Cincinnati was unaware that reliever Gary Majewski had a sore shoulder when they got him in a trade with Washington."

I got an explanation for him. He didn't use RotoWire. As we pointed out in today's Majewski update, we reported in a May 8 update that, according to the Washington Post, Majewski had been diagnosed with a mild case of tendinitis in his shoulder.

We offer gift subscriptions. A Reds fan out there should get one for Krivsky.


Comments....

That Majewski was hurt, and the information was public, makes that awful trade even more bizarre. It's like if the Red Sox traded Babe Ruth for $100 K, and the money was counterfeit, to boot.
Posted by cliss at 8/9/2006 9:34:00 PM
 
Krivsky is now talking about ***a href="http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/08/08/AR2006080801500.html"***seeking compensation***/a*** from the Commissioner's office. Because, clearly, the Nationals kept everything under wraps.

How embarassing would that phone call be for Krivsky?

"We should get something back from the Nationals because they didn't tell us Majewski was damaged goods."

"Really? That's weird, my 14-year-old son read about it online in May..."
Posted by ESiegrist at 8/10/2006 8:19:00 AM
 

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