Tagged: jim hendry

Jim Hendry – I’m With Stupid

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Hopefully I can get this thing rollin’ again… But I’m back at least for one quick post. 





HOWRY
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Seriously Hendry?! 
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YES.
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This is ridiculous. The guy has a 10.67 ERA. Yeah, let’s add that to our bullpen. We’ll be high flyin’ then! He gave up 6 homers in 14 freaking innings!! THERE WAS A REASON THE DBACKS DIDN’T KEEP HIM JIM. WE DON’T EFFING NEED HIM. 
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I. WILL. UNLEASH. THE. WORST. ON. JIM. HENDRY. 
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This turned into a picture entry. haha 
Goodnight & 
GO CUBS!
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The End of Days

I cannot even begin to describe how terrible this is:

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06/27/09 11:16 PM ET

Cardinals land versatile DeRosa

Perez, player to be named dealt to Indians

ST. LOUIS — The Cardinals upgraded their offense on Saturday night with the acquisition of Mark DeRosa from the Indians. Cleveland will receive right-handed reliever Chris Perez and a player to be named.

DeRosa, 34, entered Saturday hitting .270 with a .342 on-base percentage and a .457 slugging percentage. He has largely played third base for the Indians and is expected to do the same in St. Louis, but his versatility is one of the traits that makes him appealing to the Cardinals.

“We felt that this deal provided us with an excellent opportunity to improve our team, especially from an offensive standpoint,” Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak said in a statement. “We feel our team has the pitching to contend, and if we can get the offense to produce at a more consistent level, then our overall performance should benefit.”

A University of Pennsylvania product, DeRosa bats right-handed — a welcome addition for a club that has struggled against left-handed pitching. He is in the final year of a three-year deal that pays him a guaranteed $5.5 million in 2009.

Perez, who turns 24 next month, is a hard-throwing reliever once believed to be the Cardinals’ closer of the future. In 29 appearances this year, he is 1-1 with a 4.18 ERA, 30 strikeouts and 15 walks in 23 2/3 innings.

DeRosa will wear uniform No. 7 and is expected to join the Cardinals in time for their Sunday game at home against the Twins.

Matthew Leach is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs..com

Jim Hendry is an IDIOT. He traded DeRosa in the first place and now he couldn’t pull the trigger to get him back to Chicago! 

Mark DeRosa for Aaron Miles (twitter: myNASHVILLE) WTF?
We needed another infielder. Ryan Freel & Aaron Miles are both terrible. Infielders and relief pitching are what we need the most. 
Best part, Dero was traded for Chris Perez and a PTBN. And we couldn’t have given anyone/anything better? (twitter: cubbiefans)
It’s a sad day in Chicago but maybe the Cubs fans can see the silver lining – it’s time to move on. (twitter: Adambuckled) No more “bring DeRosa back”, this love affair is over. We don’t have to hate and even some might dare to cheer for him. 
I just hope they treat him well in St. Louis. 
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