Bye-bye Brandon ~ Hello …. Brandon




Well, like any trade, it may take a year or more to tally up the winners and losers in the deal…
But, from what I’ve heard and read, i’m thinking that Jack Z (the talent evaluator) doesn’t see Brandon Morrow as a starter, so if that is the given premise, he must have determined that “the other Brandon” is a better reliever – so Jack Z (the GM) made the deal and managed to get another prospect thrown in.
I’ve seen League’s rather startling splits of opponents batting line for grass (.239/.307/.366/.673) vs. turf (.273/.354/.414/.768). Maybe “both Jacks” think Brandon League would greatly benefit from his home field being comprised of that which grows and has to be mowed :-)
Better yet, maybe both Brandons will benefit from the change of scenery in general, thrive and be successful in whatever role they take on with their respective new teams. As an added benefit, apparently, Brandon L has worked with Rick Adair previously…
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