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Jun 27 2018, 04:10 PM
We have had a lot of changes going on in the PBE. New General Mangers, Head Office members,Updater head, and a bunch of new people in the grading and updating teams. We figured with all these new faces, we should see how every one is doing. A couple of seasons ago, Tindomul did a poll to gauge everyone's approval ratings. Maxcrazy and I figured it was time to poll everyone again. So, without further ado, here's the link.https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe...orm?usp=sf_link
Due Monday, 7/02/2018 if you want to do it.
Jun 15 2018, 05:54 PM
Vancouver Vandals starter Phillip Thompson doubled down on his refusal to talk to media members again on Friday, swearing as a group of reporters qustioned him at Spring Stadium. A day after making his final start for spring training and learning that he was being demoted to 4th starter, Thompson laughed when the group came up to his locker for comment.
“No chance,” Thompson said. “Zero chance.”
When asked why he would not speak, Thompson replied, “I have nothing to say to you guys.
When asked why not, Thompson said, “ I don’t fucking want to,” then walked away.
Thompson allowed 2 runs over 4 innings in the Vandals loss against the Sloths in his first appearance since learning that he was being moved down in the rotation. Overalll, he had allowed 7 runs over 24 innings. He declined to comment through a team spokesperson after the game and Manager McManageson discussed Thompson’s performance instead. Although McManageson claimed that Thompson reserved his right not to talk to the media, many of his teammates had expressed the desire that he did in order to prevent his story of the demotion from ballooning into something bigger.
Thompson had been out partying in LA the night before his spring training start, sources tell the Vancouver Sun. Different spies in the party hold different accounts on details of the night, with some views claiming him to have been sober while others have swore to seen him snorting coke off a hooker’s ass. Whether this would have attempted Thompson’s performance the day after is up for debate, but others seem to think it did. When asked if he was upset at the reports of Thompson’s partying, GM McGMson said “"Usually I get upset if a report is unexpected. So I guess the short answer is no." It is clear that Thompson has been hit hard by the management decisions and has been resorting to narcotics as a means of compensating.