Smiling Joe Hesketh
- May 20, 2003
That trade was a massive win even with getting nothing from Seabold:I don't think anyone here needs a reminder that TINSTAAPP. But fine: TINSTAAPP. Having stated that clearly, let me add that it would be a very bad development indeed if baseball executives were to stop making trades for promising young pitchers that they hope will develop just because TINSTAAPP. Connor Seabold was once a promising young pitcher. He got hurt and has so far never been able to regain his stuff. I'm glad Bloom turned drek into him and Pivetta, even as I am disappointed that he never developed. TINSTAAPP.