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Enviado: 28 de Febrero de 2014, 19:23
empieza el spring training, os dejo unas stats:


Detroit Tigers (61-33 in Spring Training since 2010)

The Tigers have plenty of wrinkles to iron out this spring, what with slugger Prince Fielder being dealt to Texas and manager Jim Leyland hanging up his spikes (He did actually wear spikes for most of his career). Ian Kinsler is a more reliable bat but will need to find his role in the lineup. The pitching staff is also working in some new faces and new skip Brad Ausmus is cooking up chemistry with his team.

Seattle Mariners (54-33 in Spring Training since 2011)

The Mariners got off to a strong start in spring ball last year, with a 22-11 record. Seattle, of course, made the biggest splash this offseason by adding second baseman Robinson Cano. That wasn’t the only move the M’s made on and off the field. They opened their wallet to names like Corey Hart and closer Fernando Rodney, and welcome new manager Lloyd McClendon. This is an aging club so spring ball could be played at half speed for Seattle, with player just hoping to stay healthy for Opening Day.

Kansas City Royals (61-33 in Spring Training since 2011)

The Royals are on the rise and used a strong 2013 tune-up campaign – going 25-7 - to springboard an 86-76 regular season. Kansas City kept its young core mainly intact and added an innings-eater in Jason Vargas, bolstering the rotation. The Royals added a couple of table setters to the top of the order, which should allow big bats like Eric Hosmer, Billy Butler and Alex Gordon to post some big numbers.

San Francisco Giants (80-54 in Spring Training since 2010)

The Giants have cooled off a bit in the spring after dominating the exhibition schedule in 2010 and 2011. However, San Francisco has still won more often than not in Cactus League play. This spring, the Giants have a lot of question marks in the air. Can the starting rotation return to a World Series class? Can the lineup stay healthy enough to support them? And what’s up with Tim Lincecum’s high school freshman mustache?
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Enviado: 28 de Febrero de 2014, 21:49
empieza el spring training, os dejo unas stats:


Detroit Tigers (61-33 in Spring Training since 2010)

The Tigers have plenty of wrinkles to iron out this spring, what with slugger Prince Fielder being dealt to Texas and manager Jim Leyland hanging up his spikes (He did actually wear spikes for most of his career). Ian Kinsler is a more reliable bat but will need to find his role in the lineup. The pitching staff is also working in some new faces and new skip Brad Ausmus is cooking up chemistry with his team.

Seattle Mariners (54-33 in Spring Training since 2011)

The Mariners got off to a strong start in spring ball last year, with a 22-11 record. Seattle, of course, made the biggest splash this offseason by adding second baseman Robinson Cano. That wasn’t the only move the M’s made on and off the field. They opened their wallet to names like Corey Hart and closer Fernando Rodney, and welcome new manager Lloyd McClendon. This is an aging club so spring ball could be played at half speed for Seattle, with player just hoping to stay healthy for Opening Day.

Kansas City Royals (61-33 in Spring Training since 2011)

The Royals are on the rise and used a strong 2013 tune-up campaign – going 25-7 - to springboard an 86-76 regular season. Kansas City kept its young core mainly intact and added an innings-eater in Jason Vargas, bolstering the rotation. The Royals added a couple of table setters to the top of the order, which should allow big bats like Eric Hosmer, Billy Butler and Alex Gordon to post some big numbers.

San Francisco Giants (80-54 in Spring Training since 2010)

The Giants have cooled off a bit in the spring after dominating the exhibition schedule in 2010 and 2011. However, San Francisco has still won more often than not in Cactus League play. This spring, the Giants have a lot of question marks in the air. Can the starting rotation return to a World Series class? Can the lineup stay healthy enough to support them? And what’s up with Tim Lincecum’s high school freshman mustache?

Como se ve el gran esfuerzo con el copy, pegar, porque no lo tradujiste a google al español, ya que es un foro español y hay le cuesta entender el ingles.
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Enviado: 01 de Marzo de 2014, 13:43
Este post son todo estadisticas copiadas y pegadas en ingles de otras paginas, no se si te has dado cuenta de eso.
Si lo traduzco con el google translator al español queda mucho peor, eso no es castellano, y obviamente no me voy a poner yo a traducirlo, lo que me faltaba. Que no sepas ingles no es culpa mia.
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Enviado: 01 de Marzo de 2014, 16:01
Este post son todo estadisticas copiadas y pegadas en ingles de otras paginas, no se si te has dado cuenta de eso.
Si lo traduzco con el google translator al español queda mucho peor, eso no es castellano, y obviamente no me voy a poner yo a traducirlo, lo que me faltaba. Que no sepas ingles no es culpa mia.

Yo se y se traducir sin usar el google, pero esta en un foro español, por mal salga se corrige para ellos tenemos estudios y sabemos que lo que se pueda corregir, digo yo?
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Enviado: 01 de Marzo de 2014, 16:11
Este post son todo estadisticas copiadas y pegadas en ingles de otras paginas, no se si te has dado cuenta de eso.
Si lo traduzco con el google translator al español queda mucho peor, eso no es castellano, y obviamente no me voy a poner yo a traducirlo, lo que me faltaba. Que no sepas ingles no es culpa mia.

Yo se y se traducir sin usar el google, pero esta en un foro español, por mal salga se corrige para ellos tenemos estudios y sabemos que lo que se pueda corregir, digo yo?

Son estadisticas en ingles que al traducirlas algunas carecen de sentido porque no tienen una traduccion literal al castellano.
Ademas, no voy a perder dos horas traduciendo algo que se lee facil en 5 minutos.

 


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