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    Shoeless checking in

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    Good, looks like most owners are here! Just a couple more minutes, then it's the Redbirds' pick at #14. As posted above, I'll give Scott until 8:05, then I'll make his pick from the list I have.
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    Time check
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    I happen to be here, on the off chance my third round pick comes up.
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    It's 8:05, so I'll make Scott's pick from his list.

    The Redbirds select pitcher DAROLD KNOWLES.
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    Welcome, Jim. I'll make my pick momentarily.
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    The Legends select pitcher



    BOB LOCKER
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    And I'm really surprised he lasted this long!

    Mac up, with his pick from the Cannons.
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    Mac, you're on the clock.
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    HC is very pleased to be able to select P Steve Hargan

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    Great pick, Mac. I'm a bit surprised Hargan lasted this long as well, but there were a LOT of good pitchers in this draft. I'm not happy,and Mark won't be either.

    GAMBLERS ON THE CLOCK.
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    Anyone know if Dudecar is on tonight?
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    Looks like he isn't here.

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    Wil, if you're here, please make your pick.
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    OK, it's been seven minutes. We'll move along, and the Gamblers can make that pick when they have the chance.

    PIRATES ARE ON THE CLOCK.
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    I'm here... though if the plan is to only go three rounds, I don't know why I'm here.

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    I actually gave Bob Locker an "A" grade, one of only two in this draft (the other being Jenkins). I may have fell for the "drafting for need" problem but that's a great pick Lew.

    With Hargan gone, I only have one player left with a "B" grade... good job again drafting guys.

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    Hey, Jason, you wanna PM me the name of the player you have graded B?
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    Locker was one of the three guys I was debating over when I took Hiller. Still one of them left.

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    I know Robert (Edgartohof) checked in, but he said he was at work and would be in and out. I'll give him a couple more minutes, then make my pick.
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    Posted by Dan:
    Locker was one of the three guys I was debating over when I took Hiller. Still one of them left.
    Yeah, but the one I think is your third choice will be gone soon. Not by me, but I think he's on Mark's list.
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    Wait, I have Edgar's pick

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    Pitates pick P Larry Jaster.

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    You making it for Edgar, Mac? I have it listed as his pick. You do have a couple more coming up soon.
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    OK, I had Jaster on my list, but much further down. Thanks for getting that in, Mac.
    You see, you spend a good deal of your life gripping a baseball and in the end it turns out that it was the other way around all the time. J. Bouton

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