Small Market Crybabies: Cincy Reds Edition

Posted: 9th November 2009 by Onan Coca in MLB
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Hal McCoy of the Dayton Daily News has watched more baseball in his lifetime than I probably ever will, what with his career revolving around baseball and mine...not so much.á However, his recent blog post to the Dayton Daily's online sheet proves just how little he actually understands the modern game.á He whines...I mean...writes, that small market teams cannot compete in the MLB with what he calls "the Big Bucks League".á Mr. McCoy believes that the Cincinnati Reds cannot compete because of ther miniscule ($73.5 Million) payroll. á Some of the teams that the Reds cannot HOPE to compete with in this Big Bucks League? Oh, there are the usual contenders; the Yankees, Mets (yes, the 7th worst record in baseball, Mets), Red Sox, et al.á There are some surprising teams on his Big Bucks l ...

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