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    2004 Season Discussion

    Anybody buying? Royston has some real good bats to trade for picks/prospects. See my post in the Trade Central folder for more details.


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    Re: 2004 Season Discussion

    Royston looking for a SP 2/3 type pitcher. Have several very good young bats and this year and next years 1st Rd picks. Willing make a package deal. This could jumpstart or finish a rebuild where you fill several spots for one player.

    Lmk if interested.


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    Re: 2004 Season Discussion

    Royston brought back Tim Madsen https://www.csfbl.com/player/view.asp?playerid=4699040 from Clayton after we shipped him to Clayton in 1998 as part of a rebuilding effort.

    We had some capital to spend and wanted another frontline starter. Hopefully he keeps throwing ground balls by the bucket full!


    Trade Details

    From Royston Tigers:
    1B: Willie Mitchell ($1,083,000)
    RF: Shawn Greene ($2,842,000)
    None Round Draft Pick: #24 overall
    From Clayton Comets:
    P: Timothy Madsen ($3,057,000)


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    Re: 2004 Season Discussion

    The Mashers are in the market for a quality SP...Willing to part with my 15th pick in this years draft...If you are rebuilding send me an offer...

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    Re: 2004 Season Discussion

    Recent trade acquisition Tim Madsen who returns to Royston throws a no-no against Charlottesville https://www.csfbl.com/game/boxscore.asp?gameid=42047157




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    Re: 2004 Season Discussion

    Quote Originally Posted by TyrusCobb View Post
    Recent trade acquisition Tim Madsen who returns to Royston throws a no-no against Charlottesville https://www.csfbl.com/game/boxscore.asp?gameid=42047157




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    You made a great re-acquisition for sure. 1.82 ERA on your team thus far is awesome. He is certainly benefiting from that great RA you have in your lineup. Congrats!

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    Re: 2004 Season Discussion

    Quote Originally Posted by gsigmon0221 View Post
    You made a great re-acquisition for sure. 1.82 ERA on your team thus far is awesome. He is certainly benefiting from that great RA you have in your lineup. Congrats!
    I think you did well also. Hated to let Shawn Green go but had too many bats. His 0.347 BA and 0.422 OBP in 68 games shows what his future holds. Not bad for a #33 pick!

    Glad he’s in a lineup somewhere!


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