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Old Apr 8th 2012, 10:02 am
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Originally Posted by Banks View Post
I often notice the parallels between a baseball player's value, and the value of a stock, on the stock exchange...

Carlos Marmol was a valuable, pricey stock, for which the Cubs neglected to sell at its peek. Instead, they've held on to it for way to long. Thus, having to sell it at pennies on the dollar.
Ricketts really screwed up keeping Hendry longer than he should have and cost us way too much , maybe two years.
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