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  1. Who was the Greatest Position Change in NFL History?

    Tom Brady went from Merrill Lynch intern to QB.. Hard to beat.
  2. 2019 Home Run Derby

    Lindor said no, Jose has 5 HR this year, Bradley has zero. Santana has quietly hit 18 home runs, which isn't amazing or anything, but still solid.
  3. Top QB/WR Duo for the 2019 season

    I would go with Brees Thomas. Your list could probably use Mayfield OBJ
  4. 2019 Home Run Derby

    Carlos Santana is in representing the hometown team.
  5. Auction sites: any good free ones?

    I think FanTrax is where I'd go.
  6. Buying a House

    Just need to live in it 2 of the last 5. (I'm a CPA)
  7. Auction sites: any good free ones?

    ESPN overhauled their interface for hockey, baseball, etc. and it went from being bad to AWFUL. For a company that's had so many directional shortfalls over the last 10 years you would think they'd understand the value of their fantasy sports line and do a better job. I am considering moving all of my football and baseball leagues elsewhere.
  8. What's your "I was at that game!" game(s)?

    Was also at this snow bowl drove out of this blizzard in Toledo only to have it catch up to us at the tailgate in Cleveland. Other notable game was when Cleveland beat Vick and Atlanta to make the playoffs in 2002.
  9. Stock Investing

    Call up Trump's CPA
  10. Buying a House

    A second home or condo is an investment whether you call it one or not. If it's lying dormant most of the year, the fixed costs will make it a sinkhole unless you have FU money. If it's somewhere near the beach insurance costs can be very high, HOA dues are standard and typically very high and real estate taxes are extra rough when it's not your principal residence. From a cost perspective it would almost assuredly make more sense to just rent something even if it's for 2-3 months. Unless you can buy at a steep discount and you think the property will increase in value a lot.
  11. Cleveland Indians Thread : we might have a nice thing!

    Like I said, echo chamber of cry babies in here.
  12. Cleveland Indians Thread : we might have a nice thing!

    We are 9th in wins since 2000 in a small market that's great. They're behind NYY, STL, BOS, LAD, LAA, ATL, OAK, SF. Apparently you'd rather be ran like Detroit who has spent a ton of money and also never closed the deal.
  13. Cleveland Indians Thread : we might have a nice thing!

    Kind of a chicken vs the egg debate man. Many of you seem to undervalue defense in general in this thread. Honestly I should probably not bother venturing into this thread it's a bunch of people crying about the most successful team our city has had. They run the indians like a successful business and ya'll sit and complain that they don't give blank checks to players on the back 9s of their careers. They've absolutely let talent walk out the door too often, but every decision of the past 20 years has led to the roster composition that's been a perennial playoff contender for a while now.
  14. Cleveland Indians Thread : we might have a nice thing!

    Both Perez and Gomes are good receivers, but one is 3.5M cheaper for 2019. For teams without payroll issues Yan's deal can be an asset there are a couple desirable club options that we would have passed on. I'm not too upset with Jefry Rodgriguez and Daniel Johnson from what I've seen so far.
  15. Cleveland Indians Thread : we might have a nice thing!

    The team seems to value his work with the pitching staff over all else.