I agree DB.DBAppraiser said:Easy there Kingcracker. This is what happens when you can't draft and develop your own pitching, you end up having to give a mediocre pitcher 11 million per year. It is a shame that the game has come to this: A guy who really hasn't done much can command that kind of cash. Mark Prior of the Cubs who has been hurt most of his career and isn't scheduled to pitch in the majors until around July has multiple offers from many teams. So when a team says they aren't making any money it is hard to believe.