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CoCo wants out of Cleveland after loosing his starting job last fall. Twins have some extra money it seems. Don't we still need a centerfielder? What do you think?

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I think they have alot of people competing for the spot already. We have guys with excelent defense, we just need ones with some offense and cocca isnt it!

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Am I out of the loop? When did Coco go back to Cleveland? Last I checked he was with the Red Sox.

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 Originally Posted By: toomuchfun?
Am I out of the loop? When did Coco go back to Cleveland? Last I checked he was with the Red Sox.

Sorry, old habits.

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No need for sorries I just thought I missed something and he was back in Cleveland again.

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LOL.....he is so bad that not only did he lose his job in Boston they went back in time and took his job in Cleveland away also.....LOL

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He should lose his job since he is named after a cereal

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nope. twins brass is going to go all or nothing for gomez. also crisp isn't even better than what pridie could do if givin 500 at bats, he had a stellar year last year.

Gomez will win the job barring an epic spring training collaps

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Coco may find himself in Washington if he'd rather not be a team player.

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yea, I think the twins should give Gomez a chance instead of getting coco puffs

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 Originally Posted By: NAPAFISH
He should lose his job since he is named after a cereal

then milton bradley should lose his job because he is named after a toy company grin.gif

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i dont think he is what we are looking for in a centerfielder, and i believe that we are going to work on what we have coming up. The Twins are all about there fair teams, and its worked out for them with the people that have brought up, and i have a feeling that its whats going to happen with this as well.

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Yeah and Prince Fielder should have to wear high heels and dress in all purple lace. ;\)

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CoCo Crisp! The last thing we need is some soft hitting center fielder.

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thats funny, prince, tee hee. I think the lace would chafe though, heels, that kills me.

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Price is on his way to that dress now that he's learned where food comes from and has turned vegan (which, apparently, is OK with enough ketchup).

From today's Milwaukee Journal:

That 6-foot, 260-pound build is powered by wheatgrass, soy and tofu nowadays. No meat. Not even fish.

It wasn't always this way. Fielder used to enjoy a stacked burger or a juicy steak as much as any carnivore, but a few weeks ago he received a book from his wife, Chanel, that changed his outlook on what he puts in his massive frame. The book described how certain animals are treated and slaughtered for food.

The youngest player to hit 50 home runs in a season was grossed out, so much so that he made his last meaty meal a salmon filet before quitting the animal game on Feb. 3. He has even dabbled in a vegan lifestyle but admits that might be pushing things a little.

"After reading that, (meat) just didn't sound good to me anymore," Fielder said. "It grossed me out a little bit. It's not a diet thing or anything like that. I don't miss it at all."

Fielder didn't make the decision to change his body style, which has been as much a calling card for him as his ability to whack baseballs out of sight. In fact, he doesn't even know how much he weighs or if he has lost weight since becoming an all-veggie man.

He does know his favorite vegetarian food so far is Boca Burgers, a burger patty made from soy protein and wheat gluten. But he is obviously still a newbie because he has to "load it up with ketchup" for it to be just beyond tolerable.

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Looks like both Prince fellers are a little on the nutty side.

If Fielder changes his name to a symbol -- I think they might be twins. Like Danny Devito and Arnold "The Govenaaar"

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yea maybe I should give up that horrible, nasty, pink, mouth watering, juicy, flamebroiled steak. well I made it through half a sentance before I gave up on being vegan. mmm time for some venison steaks boys.

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