Falconsfan567

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  1. The following players are projected to reach free agency after the 2019 MLB season. Numbers in parentheses represent the age at which the player will play the 2020 season. If you see any notable errors or omissions, please contact us. Updated 10-9-19 Catchers Alex Avila (33) Welington Castillo (33) – $8MM club option with a $500K buyout Jason Castro (33) Francisco Cervelli (34) Robinson Chirinos (36) Travis d’Arnaud (31) Tyler Flowers (34) — $6MM club option with a $2MM buyout Yan Gomes (32) — $9MM club option with a $1MM buyout Yasmani Grandal (31) — $16MM mutual option with a $2.25MM buyout Nick Hundley (36) Chris Iannetta (37) Jonathan Lucroy (34) Martin Maldonado (33) Russell Martin (37) Brian McCann (36) Austin Romine (31) Stephen Vogt (35) Matt Wieters (34) First Basemen Jose Abreu (33) Matt Adams (31) — $4MM mutual option with a $1MM buyout Yonder Alonso (33) Lucas Duda (34) David Freese (37) Brad Miller (30) Mitch Moreland (34) Steve Pearce (37) Mark Reynolds (36) Anthony Rizzo (30) — $14.5MM club option with a $2MM buyout Justin Smoak (33) Eric Thames (33) — $7.5MM club option with a $1MM buyout Neil Walker (34) Ryan Zimmerman (35) — $18MM club option with a $2MM buyout Second Basemen Gordon Beckham (33) Starlin Castro (30) — $16MM club option with a $1MM buyout Brian Dozier (33) Wilmer Flores (28) — $6MM club option with a $500K buyout Logan Forsythe (33) Scooter Gennett (30) Jedd Gyorko (31) — $13MM club option for 2020 with a $1MM buyout Josh Harrison (32) Brock Holt (32) Howie Kendrick (36) Jason Kipnis (33) — $16.5MM club option with a $2.5MM buyout Brad Miller (30) Mike Moustakas (31) — $11MM mutual option with a $3MM buyout Eduardo Nuñez (33) Jonathan Schoop (28) Eric Sogard (34) Yangervis Solarte (32) Neil Walker (34) Ben Zobrist (39) Shortstops Elvis Andrus (31) — can opt out of remaining three years, $43MM Freddy Galvis (30) — $5.5MM club option with a $1MM buyout Didi Gregorius (30) Adeiny Hechavarria (31) Brock Holt (32) Jose Iglesias (30) Jordy Mercer (33) Eduardo Nuñez (33) Eric Sogard (34) Third Basemen Asdrubal Cabrera (34) Josh Donaldson (34) Wilmer Flores (28) — $6MM club option with a $500K buyout Logan Forsythe (33) Todd Frazier (34) David Freese (37) Jedd Gyorko (31) — $13MM club option for 2020 with a $1MM buyout Josh Harrison (32) Jung Ho Kang (33) Mike Moustakas (31) — $11MM mutual option with a $3MM buyout Eduardo Nuñez (33) Martin Prado (36) Anthony Rendon (30) Pablo Sandoval (33) Eric Sogard (34) Yangervis Solarte (32) Left Fielders Melky Cabrera (35) Lonnie Chisenhall (31) Corey Dickerson (31) Brett Gardner (36) Alex Gordon (36) — $23MM mutual option with a $4MM buyout Curtis Granderson (39) Matt Kemp (35) J.D. Martinez (32) — can opt out of remaining three years, $62.5MM Marcell Ozuna (29) Gerardo Parra (33) Hunter Pence (37) Center Fielders Peter Bourjos (33) Jarrod Dyson (35) Billy Hamilton (29) — $7.5MM mutual option with a $1MM buyout Austin Jackson (33) Jon Jay (35) Adam Jones (34) Juan Lagares (31) — $9.5MM club option with a $500K buyout Starling Marte (31) — $11.5MM club option for 2020 with a $2MM buyout Leonys Martin (32) Cameron Maybin (33) Charlie Tilson (27) Right Fielders Melky Cabrera (35) Kole Calhoun (32) — $14MM club option with a $1MM buyout Nicholas Castellanos (28) Lonnie Chisenhall (31) Adam Eaton (31) — $9.5MM club option with a $1.5MM buyout Avisail Garcia (29) Carlos Gomez (34) Carlos Gonzalez (34) Curtis Granderson (39) Jason Heyward (30) — with 550 PA in 2019, can opt out of remaining four years, $86MM Matt Kemp (35) Nick Markakis (36) — $6MM club option with a $2MM buyout Gerardo Parra (33) Hunter Pence (37) Yasiel Puig (29) Eric Thames (33) — $7.5MM club option with a $1MM buyout Ben Zobrist (39) Designated Hitters Nelson Cruz (39) — $12MM club option with a $300K buyout Lucas Duda (34) Edwin Encarnacion (37) — $20MM club option with a $5MM buyout Avisail Garcia (29) J.D. Martinez (32) — can opt out of remaining three years, $62.5MM Kendrys Morales (37) Hanley Ramirez (36) Mark Reynolds (36) Mark Trumbo (34) Starting Pitchers Brett Anderson (32) Chris Archer (31) — $9MM club option with a $1.75MM buyout Jake Arrieta (34) — can opt out of remaining one year and $20MM unless Phillies exercise a two-year, $40MM option Homer Bailey (34) Clay Buchholz (35) Madison Bumgarner (30) Trevor Cahill (32) Andrew Cashner (33) — $10MM vesting/player option Jhoulys Chacin (32) Yu Darvish (33) — can opt out of remaining four years and $81MM Gerrit Cole (29) Ross Detwiler (34) Marco Estrada (36) Kyle Gibson (32) Gio Gonzalez (34) Kendall Graveman (29) – $3MM club option Cole Hamels (36) Matt Harvey (31) Jeremy Hellickson (33) Felix Hernandez (34) Rich Hill (40) Edwin Jackson (36) Dallas Keuchel (32) Corey Kluber (34) — $17MM club option with a $1MM buyout Wade Miley (33) Shelby Miller (29) Matt Moore (31) Ivan Nova (33) Jake Odorizzi (30) Martin Perez (29) — $7MM club option with a $500K buyout Michael Pineda (30) Drew Pomeranz (31) Rick Porcello (31) Jose Quintana (31) — $11.5MM club option with a $1MM buyout Clayton Richard (36) Tanner Roark (33) Tyson Ross (33) Hyun-Jin Ryu (33) Ervin Santana (37) Drew Smyly (29) Stephen Strasburg (31) — can opt out of remaining four years and $100MM Julio Teheran (29) — $12MM club option with a $1MM buyout Jason Vargas (37) — $8MM club option with a $2MM buyout Edinson Volquez (36) Michael Wacha (28) Adam Wainwright (38) Zack Wheeler (30) Alex Wood (29) Right-Handed Relievers Matt Albers (37) Cody Allen (31) Tony Barnette (36) — $3MM club option Dellin Betances (32) Brad Brach (34) Steve Cishek (34) Tyler Clippard (35) Cory Gearrin (34) Luke Gregerson (36) Will Harris (35) David Hernandez (35) Yoshihisa Hirano (36) Greg Holland (34) Daniel Hudson (32) Jared Hughes (34) — $3MM club option with a $250K buyout Tommy Hunter (33) Kenley Jansen (32) — can opt out of remaining two years and $38MM Jeremy Jeffress (32) — $4.3MM club option Nate Jones (34) — $5.15MM club option with a $1.25MM buyout Shawn Kelley (36) — $2.5MM club option with a $250K buyout. Brandon Kintzler (35) Chris Martin (34) Collin McHugh (33) Brandon Morrow (35) — $12MM vesting option with a $3MM buyout Pat Neshek (39) — $7MM club option with a $750K buyout Juan Nicasio (33) Darren O’Day (37) Seung-hwan Oh (37) Dan Otero (35) — $1.5MM club option with a $100K buyout Wily Peralta (31) Yusmeiro Petit (35) — $5.5MM club option with a $1MM buyout David Phelps (33) — $1MM club option (value to increase based on number of 2019 appearances) Neil Ramirez (31) Addison Reed (31) Fernando Rodney (43) Sergio Romo (37) Hector Rondon (32) Trevor Rosenthal (30) Joe Smith (36) Craig Stammen (36) Pedro Strop (35) Anthony Swarzak (34) Tyler Thornburg (31) Josh Tomlin (35) Arodys Vizcaino (29) Adam Warren (32) – $2.5MM club option with a $500K buyout Left-Handed Relievers Luis Avilan (30) Jerry Blevins (36) Aroldis Chapman (32) — can opt out of remaining two years and $30MM Tony Cingrani (30) Jake Diekman (33) — Mutual option with $500K buyout Sean Doolittle (33) — $6.5MM club option with a $500K buyout Zach Duke (37) Mike Dunn (35) — $6MM club option with a $1MM buyout Derek Holland (33) Wade LeBlanc (35) — $5MM club option with a $450K buyout Francisco Liriano (36) Aaron Loup (32) — $2MM club option Tommy Milone (33) Hector Santiago (32) Tony Sipp (36) Will Smith (30) Jonny Venters (35) Tony Watson (35) — $2.5MM player option with a $500K buyout
  2. Did you not see the picture posted on here? His knee was in the field of play. 1 knee equals 2 feet.
  3. What is the deal with NBC's 1st and 10 graphic? Why is it so freaking bright? It's like looking into the sun!! It almost hurts my eyes!
  4. LOL!!! Told you all that you guys would turn on Matt Bryant as soon as he missed a big kick. This place is so freaking pathetic.
  5. BTW, this QB that started and is playing tonight for the Steelers is named Devlin Hodges. He is from my neck of the woods in Alabama. His school and my school are archrivals.
  6. OMG!!! Matt Ryan had 6 incomplete passes and no turnovers!! He's such garbage!! Can't believe we're paying Matt Ryan all that money to piss away games by throwing 6 incomplete passes with no turnovers!!
  7. Unbelievable!! Jets just beat the Cowboys!!
  8. The Falcons scored 33 points!!! It's shouldn't take 33 points to win!!
  9. Oh God!! How the **** did I know this was coming? They scored 33 points!! 33 points should win the game!
  10. Matt Ryan - 30/36 (83.3%), 356 YDS (9.9), 4 TD, 0 INT, 144.9 QB Rating Leads the offense to 33 points, and yet I know some people gonna find away to blame yet another loss on him!!
  11. Matt Ryan is far from perfect and he has missed more throws this year than normal, including today. But you look at the way he has played the last three games, those are games the Falcons should be winning. at IND - 29/34 (85.3%), 304 YDS (8.9), 3 TD, 1 INT, 121.1 QB Rating vs.TEN - 35/53 (66.0%), 397 YDS (7.5), 0 TD, 0 INT, 88.3 QB Rating at HOU - 32/45 (69.6%), 330 YDS (7.2), 3 TD, 1 INT, 102.6 QB Rating The Falcons have a lot of issues on both sides of the ball and there's plenty, plenty of blame to go around, but the blame for Matt Ryan should be way down the list. If you're obsessed with laying this 1-4 record at Matt Ryan's feet, well you're just a hater with an agenda to push. Matt Ryan has played plenty well enough for the Falcons to be winning games. This is ridiculous!!
  12. Matt Ryan - 30/36 (83.3%), 356 YDS (9.9), 4 TD, 0 INT, 144.9 QB Rating Leads the offense to 33 points, and yet I know some people gonna find away to blame yet another loss on him!!
  13. All you people deserve Gio an apology!! You guys guaranteed that he would lose the Falcons a game this year. Well, hmm, yeah...about that.
  14. What's the fewest numbers of punts forced in a season? Falcons gotta be on pace to shatter that record whatever it is.
  15. Got one. Coaching staff refuses to play him.
  16. Even Chris Spielman is pointing out that Freeman isn't seeing the holes!!
  17. Told you the Cardinals would still get the touchdown. I'm gonna throw a party when Dan Quinn gets fired!!
  18. Why did the Falcons just call timeout? WTF? Jesus Christ! Cardinals are still gonna get the touchdown. What a waste of a timeout!!
  19. Call stands? WTF? How are the Falcons always so screwed by NFL refs?
  20. He was never down and there's clear recovery by Kazee. That should be Falcons ball with a touchback.
  21. Falcons are downright horrible!! Have no idea how we just cannot tackle the QB. Doesn't matter who it is. Been like that forever.
  22. 1 knee = 2 feet. Doesn't matter if it's on the same leg or not.
  23. Lots of bad QB's have made a living off of drawing defensive PI's with long passes.
  24. Why don't the Falcons ever throw deep and try to draw a pass interference penalty when it's 3rd and forever? I don't understand these give up plays on 3rd down. Been a Falcons staple for years.
  25. I swear that's the first time I've seen it. Can't believe MLB or the Nats or his manager or someone hasn't told him to knock it off. That's disgusting. Baseball is supposed to be a family sport. They don't need to see some guy openly grabbing his junk like that. It's nowhere near like when a guy has to adjust himself and does it as discreetly as possible. This here is doing it as openly as possible because he gets some kind of sick joy out of it.