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Just wanted to point about today's MayPac power brokers piece... none of it was from Dan Rafael. The Plepler information was straight from Ray Stallone at HBO.
Thanks for the edits, pal.
Thank you for salvaging my piece.
By far the most detailed editor at B/R.
Hey, Mosang. You said you see 665-611 as Ron Washington's managerial record, but it's 665-613 according to his Baseball-Reference managerial page, so I'm curious as to where you got your number from.
Thanks as always for the hard work combing through my power rankings Mosang, always appreciate it.
Thanks for the help, Mosang. I appreciate it.
Thanks, Mosang. I was going in to get the dome reference when you took hold. Sorry about the stat format, I looked back at an older slider for reference and it was done the way I had it before your changes. Now I know. Thanks!
Thanks for your edit and comments. They were very helpful.
Thanks for the extra edits! Much appreciated.
Brugler must have switched it legit hours after I posted the article haha. Just saw it was updated sometime today.
For Latimer's height, I actually was going off Gary Davenport's B/R write-up, that why I had it listed there as that. Appreciate the tweak to 6'2".