But don't tell me to STOP - I don't try to tell you that or anyone else on the board. What they have to say is their opinion and is as valid as mine.
He may turn out to be a FOR, no telling unless your crystal ball is that good. But he could be a BOR also and that is what I saw yesterday.
League doesn't have a fix on him yet. Enjoy the honeymoon period Tmac. Isn't going to last forever
I see, you can sell him as a FOR and it is just fine, but I can't comment differently.
The truth being known neither of us know and I can accept your opinion without telling you TO STOP, show some respect
I am so sick of this hearing this garbage.
Cleveland showed its true colors in 2017.
We were coming off the 2016 World Series, had two MVP-caliber position players in Jose and Lindor, we had one of the greatest pitching staffs in the history of baseball, the best record in the American League, and we went on the longest win streak in the history of baseball, in the middle of summer with beautiful weather, and we still weren't selling out every game.
You had the absolute perfect storm and fans didn't show up.
It's clear that nothing the team does will change that--but some people continue to point at anything they don't like and say "See! That's why I'm not going!"
The truth is, no matter what the team does, you were never going to begin with.
My specific point is that those games, during the absolute perfect storm of baseball, weren't sold out. You know, the sentence right before what you bolded.Attendance:
2016 - 1,591,667
2017 - 2,048,138
a difference of 456,471 which equals an increase of 28.8% more people showing up in 2017 compared to 2016.
I think that counts as fans showing up.
Edit. I was trying to comment on your older post and it landed here. If I goofed sorry about that.
My specific point is that those games, during the absolute perfect storm of baseball, weren't sold out. You know, the sentence right before what you bolded.
You couldn't create a better scenario than that if you were God and just writing reality down on paper.