Trevor Bauer
At Trevor Bauer’s Dodger intro, media hold his misogynist feet to … a cozy, warm, crackling fire
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Trevor Bauer really didn’t need the mic because he didn’t say anything.Screenshot: MLB/LA DodgersI can’t sum this up any better than Craig Calcattera did, so let’s start there:Trevor Bauer had his introductory press conference/Zoom meeting yesterday with the Dodgers and assembled baseball media. And we have to give them a small amount of credit (the precise amount, to quote Alan Arkin from the movie Argo, would be the buffalo shit on a nickel) that they even bothered to ask Bauer about his past behavior on social media. To review, Bauer has been a misogynist, transphobic, harassing pig in the past. But previously, people like Bauer haven’t even been asked the question. Take Tom Brady and Antonio Brown this past Super Bowl, for example. So Bauer addressed it. Barely. And not even really. It was the most cursory once-over you could imagine. “All the conversations I’ve had with people across all walks of life over the last couple of years and all the things I’ve learned —I can say that I have learned from those,” Bauer said after being presented with his No. 27 jersey during a virtual news conference from Dodger Stadium. “I’ve spent a lot of time talking to other people to try to understand other perspectives, and I’m doing my best to be better, as I do in all walks of my life. I don’t think that it makes any sense to dive into specific issues in this forum, but I am committed to being better on social media, being better on the field, being better in the clubhouse, being better in life in general.”And this boilerplate, addressing-nothing answer didn’t generate a follow-up question, a note of caution, criticism, anything. What did Bauer learn? Whom did he talk to? What perspectives? It absolutely makes sense to dive into specifics, but the reason he doesn’t want to is most likely because he hasn’t done jack shit about it. Why would he? He just signed for $40 million this year. Where are the consequences? You can be sure he’ll be back on his bullshit the next time some woman sneezes on him on Twitter. And that check will still cash. And yet it gets headlines like this on ESPN, as if he’s turned a new leaf. Or this on MLB.com, as if it was enough. At least that piece made mention of his actions in the past, while also including his non-apology. Here’s at-the-ready stooge Jon Heyman to champion those attending the press conference, even though again, Bauer said nothing, there were no follow-up questions, Bauer took no responsibility, and the article Heyman is retweeting is saying as much. It feels like the smallest amount of effort to actually question anyone about this kind of behaviour is treated like William Wallace conquering the English, merely so the baseball press doesn’t have to do it again. G/O Media may get a commissionAnd GM Andrew Friedman was no better. “The most important thing is every teammate we talked to, all the feedback we got from every organization he was with, was not only incredibly positive in terms of the type of teammate he is, but also in terms of the impact that he makes on each organization,” Friedman said when asked whether he believes he might have alienated some of the team’s fans by signing Bauer. “I think the talent is pretty obvious. But I also think that from a cultural standpoint, from continuing to strive to get better at everything we do, I actually think he is gonna be a tremendous asset in that. It’s not for me to speak for Trevor, but in our conversations he’s alluded to past mistakes he’s made. And you know what, we’re all gonna make mistakes. What’s important for me is how people — including myself, when I make mistakes — is how we internalize it, and what our thoughts are about it going forward. From our standpoint, it was important to have that conversation. And we came away from it feeling good about it. Now, obviously, time will tell. But I feel like he is going to be a tremendous add, not just on the field but in the clubhouse, in the community, and that’s obviously why we’re sitting here.”Friedman, like Bauer, says nothing here. Did he talk to the women Bauer has harassed? Fuck no, he didn’t. Did he talk to any women about Bauer? Nope. But he talked to Bauer’s former teammates? What are they going to tell you? Are they the ones whose lives he made hell? As for thoughts going forward, to repeat myself ad nauseum, Bauer didn’t say anything about what he’ll do going forward other than “be better.” Hell, that’s one step shy of Melania’s meaningless “Be Best” campaign against cyberbullying when her husband was the poster child for it. “Be better” could mean anything. And because of that, it means nothing. But hey, he actually had to address it with a nothing-burger, so everyone in baseball media suddenly thinks they’re the Woodward and Bernstein of sexism.  .
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Trevor Bauer “ให้คำมั่นว่าจะดีขึ้น” หลังจากเซ็นสัญญากับ Dodgers
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ลอสแองเจลิสดอดเจอร์สเซ็นสัญญากับเทรเวอร์บาวเออร์ในสัปดาห์นี้ด้วยเงิน 3 ล้านดอลลาร์สหรัฐสัญญา 102 ล้านดอลลาร์ทำให้เขาเป็นผู้เล่นเมเจอร์ลีกเบสบอลที่ได้รับค่าตอบแทนสูงสุดในปี 2021 และ 2022 แม้ว่าเขาจะได้รับการพิจารณาให้เป็นเหยือกตัวแทนอิสระที่ดีที่สุดในฤดูหนาวนี้ แต่ความจริงที่ว่า ดอดเจอร์สเซ็นบาวเออร์ไม่ได้รับเสียงปรบมือแบบสากลเนื่องจากการใช้โซเชียลมีเดียที่เป็นพิษซึ่งรวมถึงการล่วงละเมิดนักศึกษาวิทยาลัยและอ้างทฤษฎีสมคบคิด ในระหว่างการแถลงข่าวเบื้องต้นเมื่อวันพฤหัสบดีบาวเออร์พูดถึงความปรารถนาที่จะดีขึ้นในทุกด้านของชีวิตไม่ใช่แค่ในสนามเบสบอลและโซเชียลมีเดีย “ การสนทนาทั้งหมดที่ฉันมีกับผู้คนจากทั่วทุกมุมชีวิตในช่วงสองปีที่ผ่านมาและทุกสิ่งที่ฉันได้เรียนรู้ - ฉันสามารถพูดได้ว่าฉันได้เรียนรู้จากพวกเขาแล้ว” บาวเออร์กล่าวตามที่ Alden Gonzálezของ ESPN กล่าว "ฉันใช้เวลาพูดคุยกับคนอื่น ๆ พยายามทำความเข้าใจมุมมองอื่น ๆ และฉันก็พยายามอย่างเต็มที่เพื่อให้ดีขึ้นเหมือนที่ฉันทำในทุก ๆ ด้านของชีวิตฉันไม่คิดว่าจะทำอะไรเลยมันทำให้ มีความรู้สึกที่จะเจาะลึกประเด็นเฉพาะของฟอรัมนี้ แต่ฉันมุ่งมั่นที่จะเล่นโซเชียลมีเดียให้ดีขึ้นอยู่ในสนามได้ดีขึ้นอยู่ในคลับเฮาส์ได้ดีขึ้นมีชีวิตที่ดีขึ้นโดยทั่วไป” บาวเออร์เติบโตในนอร์ทฮอลลีวูดแคลิฟอร์เนียและเล่นบาสเก็ตบอลระดับวิทยาลัยที่มหาวิทยาลัยแคลิฟอร์เนียลอสแองเจลิส (UCLA) เมื่อบาวเออร์อยู่บนเรือดอดเจอร์สจะเพิ่มโอกาสในการคว้าแชมป์ติดต่อกัน จากข้อมูลของ BetOnline.ag ปัจจุบัน Dodgers มีอัตราต่อรองที่ 350 ในการชนะ World Series ในปี 2021 โดยเข้าร่วมการหมุนเวียนเครื่องพ่นไฟซึ่งรวมถึง Walker Buehler, Clayton Kershaw, Julio Urias และ David Price
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Trevor Bauer announces deal with Dodgers: ‘I can’t wait, Dodger fans’
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Trevor Bauer has a new home.  The reigning National League Cy Young winner has agreed to a deal with the reigning World Series champion Los Angeles Dodgers. Bauer announced his decision via YouTube.  According to MLB.com's Mark Feinsand, Bauer's deal with the Dodgers is for three years and $102 million.  USA Today's Bob Nightengale reports that the right-hander left more money on the table from the New York Mets to return home to California.  Bauer grew up in North Hollywood, Calif. and played his college baseball at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). In 21 starts with the Cincinnati Reds, Bauer went 7-9 with a 3.76 ERA, 1.036 WHIP and 168 strikeouts in 129.1 innings. He'll now join a rotation that includes Walker Buehler, Clayton Kershaw, Julio Urias and David Price.  With Bauer on board, the Dodgers' odds to win back-to-back titles will likely increase. According to BetOnline.ag, the Dodgers currently have +375 odds to win the World Series in 2021. Since Bauer rejected Cincinnati's $18.9 million qualifying offer, the Reds will receive a compensatory pick in next year's draft. If his contract is worth $50 million or more, the pick will fall between Round 1 and Competitive Balance Round A.
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MLB’s biggest question answered as Twins add promising pitcher; also, Dodgers sign jerkwad Bauer
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Oh yeah, this guy signed too.Image: Getty ImagesThe wait is over, and one of baseball’s top contenders can move toward spring training confident that its new addition to the pitching staff will be just the man to put them over the top.It has been a long offseason of wondering where the former Pac-12 star might wind up, with seemingly every team in play for his services. Now, though, it’s settled.Ian Hamilton is a member of the Minnesota Twins.Hamilton, an 11th-round draft pick of the White Sox out of Washington State in 2016, had been claimed on waivers by the Mariners in late September. Two and a half months later, Seattle waived the right-hander, and he was claimed by the Phillies. Then, when Philadelphia re-signed catcher J.T. Realmuto and needed to free up a 40-man roster spot, Hamilton was designated for assignment, and now once again has been claimed, this time by the defending AL Central champions.Hamilton isn’t just a promising pitcher who dominated hitters with a 1.74 ERA and 62 strikeouts in 51.2 innings between Double-A and Triple-A in 2018, he’s someone that you can’t help but root for. Having gotten a cup of coffee with the White Sox in 2018, Hamilton was ready to compete for a roster spot the following year, but suffered a shoulder injury in a car accident. He made it back to pitch in 16 struggle-filled games for the Sox’s top affiliate in Charlotte, but was hit in the face by a line drive, suffering multiple fractures that ended his season.Last year, Hamilton made it back to the majors, and worked 3.2 scoreless innings over his first three appearances, with four strikeouts. His fourth and final outing of the season did sour things, as Hamilton walked the first two Tigers he faced, got one out, then threw a wild pitch and gave up an RBI single to Harold Castro before being pulled — he was charged with two runs in one-third of an inning as Steve Cishek allowed one of the inherited runners to come home.G/O Media may get a commissionNow, Hamilton goes to Minnesota to try to help hold off his old Chicago teammates in the Central, which figures to be an intriguing race to see who can beat up the most on rebuilding Cleveland, Detroit, and Kansas City.Hamilton does not appear to have a Twitter account. Instead, he’s just focused on baseball and doing all he can to improve and help his team win.In other baseball news, the defending world champion Dodgers agreed to a deal with Trevor Bauer, the human paraquat who has had one season in his career above three wins above replacement, owns a 3.90 lifetime ERA and 3.85 FIP, and had been inaccurately reported by USA Today’s Bob Nightengale to be on his way to the Mets on Thursday night. The deal is worth $102 million over three years, which is just silly for a guy who’s maybe — maybe — LA’s third-best starter now. Bauer won the 2020 National League Cy Young by posting a 1.73 ERA over 11 starts, but it’s his other kind of posting that’s troublesome, in addition to his career resume suggesting that while he’s capable of flashes of brilliance like his less-than-a-dozen starts in a pandemic year, he’s really quite average. .
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Mets are favorites to land NL Cy Young winner Trevor Bauer?
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Reigning National League Cy Young Award winner Trevor Bauer may be close to reuniting with former Cleveland Indians teammates Francisco Lindor and Carlos Carrasco.  MLB Network's Jon Morosi tweeted on Thursday evening that the New York Mets are viewed as favorites to sign the 30-year-old who remains the top starting pitcher available in free agency:  MLB insider Jon Heyman added information on the deal the Mets allegedly offered Bauer:  Heyman previously tweeted the Mets expect to learn of Bauer's answer before Friday night.  Meanwhile, Rachel Luba, Bauer's agent, hinted that only two clubs are now in the market for her client.  The Mets executed the biggest blockbuster trade of the offseason last month when they acquired Lindor, a four-time All-Star, and Carrasco from the Indians. Lindor can enter free agency after the 2021 season, but it's believed the Mets will approach the 27-year-old about signing an extension before he arrives for spring training workouts.  "I give a strong chance … let’s call it 8 out of 10," Anthony DiComo wrote for the league's official website about the Mets potentially signing Lindor to a long-term deal this month. "As much as Mets officials say they are pleased with their trade for Lindor regardless of the long-term ramifications, the deal would certainly look better if the Mets can lock him up to an extension. There’s a real motivation to get something done, and Lindor has indicated he’s interested, as well. So as long as the money is right, there appears to be a match." As of early Thursday evening, Deesha Thosar of the New York Daily News reported that Bauer and the Mets have not come to terms on a finalized deal despite a conflicting report. 
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Top 10 remaining MLB free agents
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It took more than two months, but high-end free agents have finally come flying off the board in Major League Baseball over the past few weeks. J.T. Realmuto, George Springer, DJ LeMahieu, Didi Gregorius, Masahiro Tanaka, Liam Hendriks, Michael Brantley, Marcus Semien, Andrelton Simmons, Joc Pederson, Jose Quintana and Nelson Cruz – all among MLBTR’s top 20 free agents when the offseason began – have agreed to deals since 2021 opened.  The open market does still feature several notable names from MLBTR’s rankings, though, as you’ll see below. (Number indicates ranking at the start of the offseason.) 1.) Trevor Bauer, RHP (original prediction: four years, $128M)The reigning NL Cy Young winner remains without an employer as spring training approaches, though a resolution could come very soon. It may now be a two-horse race between the Mets and Dodgers to secure Bauer’s services. 4.) Marcell Ozuna, OF/DH (original prediction: four years, $72M)Ozuna is still in limbo partly because MLB hasn’t announced whether the universal DH will return in 2021. He spent most of his season there last year with Atlanta and was a premier hitter in terms of both bottom-line production and Statcast figures. The Dodgers, Brewers, Yankees, Red Sox and Twins have been connected to Ozuna in the rumor mill. The Twins have since agreed to re-sign DH Nelson Cruz, so Ozuna may have lost one suitor this week. 11.) Jake Odorizzi, RHP (original prediction: three years, $39M)While Odorizzi went through a difficult and injury-shortened year in 2020, the Twins are still interested in re-signing him. At least a few other teams are targeting the 30-year-old, so he figures to land on his feet with a nice deal in the coming weeks. 14.) Justin Turner, 3B (original prediction: two years, $24M)There appear to be four finalists for Turner, who has been a tremendous contributor for the Dodgers dating back to his 2014 breakout. A return to the Dodgers is on the table, though Turner’s age (36) is working against him when it comes to earning power. It’s possible neither Los Angeles nor any other team will give him more than a two-year deal. 21.) Jackie Bradley Jr., CF (original prediction: two years, $16M)With George Springer off the board, Bradley is undoubtedly the premier center field option left in free agency. The longtime member of the Red Sox, 30, has received interest from Boston, the Mets and the Giants over the past couple of weeks. He’s reportedly shooting for “a significant contract,” possibly for more than four years. 22.) James Paxton, LHP (original prediction: one year, $10M)Paxton held a showcase that up to 20 teams attended at the end of December, and it apparently went well. The Blue Jays, Mets, Cardinals and Phillies are among the clubs that have shown some interest in the 32-year-old Canadian. Paxton endured an injury-wrecked 2020 with the Yankees, so he’s not a free agent at the best time, but he’s only two seasons removed from putting up very good production and has historically held his own when healthy. 23.) Taijuan Walker, RHP (original prediction: two years, $16M)After a trade from the Mariners, Walker closed the year with the flourish as a member of the Blue Jays, though it’s unclear whether they’re interested in re-signing him. The 28-year-old combined for a 2.70 ERA in 53 1/3 innings between the two teams, but that came with a much less impressive 4.60 SIERA and below-average strikeout and swinging-strike rates. 27.) Trevor Rosenthal, RP (original prediction: two years, $14M)The former St. Louis closer was brilliant last season between the Royals and Padres, which came after a couple of trying years owing to injury and poor performance. Rosenthal is now the No. 1 reliever left on the board. San Diego and Toronto are a couple of the teams that have considered him so far. 32.) Yadier Molina, C (original prediction: one year, $10M)While Molina has gotten interest from other teams this offseason, a reunion with the Cardinals seems inevitable. The 38-year-old has been been part of the organization since it drafted him in 2000, and indications are that he and the Cards want to stick together. 46.) Rick Porcello, RHP (original prediction: one year, $5M)Porcello is nowhere near the AL Cy Young winner he was with the Red Sox in 2016, but he remains an innings eater who can at least fill out the back of a team’s rotation. However, the rumor mill centering on the 32-year-old has been quiet this winter.
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