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12-15-2013, 08:01 AM
Not a fan of this one personally, though I won't complain. There was no way we were getting Garza for 2 years.
12-15-2013, 08:00 AM
I look for Correia to have a strong 1st half and bring a decent return in a trade.
I would guess Colabello. His AB potential plummeted between Mauer and Kubel. We still don't have tremendous CF depth until either Hicks proves he's here to stay or Buxton is ready, so Mastrianni...
12-12-2013, 03:32 PM
Dude, Cole Hamels is going to be paid $22.5 million a year for five years.
For the $110m+ he is owed through 2018, you can get Garza for four years, Drew for three years, and pay most of Sano's...
12-12-2013, 03:10 PM
I wouldn't trade Sano for the cure to AIDS. That's it.
12-12-2013, 03:08 PM
My guy costs $500k a year. Your guy costs $20m a year.
Which guy makes it easier to buy above average complementary players?
For equal money, you get:
Cole Hamels - 5 seasons
They are. I applaud them for ignoring framing statistics.
Umm...while I can be accused of being a huge optimist at times, with bad health and terrible clutch hitting that almost defies description and probably the worst starting rotation in all of baseball,...
I like Gardner, and he'd be an upgrade and a nice leadoff hitter, but he's a just one year upgrade. He's a free agent in 2015. Trading anything of value for one year for Brett Gardner, just to help...
I would rather just sign Rajai Davis than give up a prospect for Gardner...
Theilbar??? What did you not like about his 1.76 ERA in 49 appearances last year? Seems like we would want to see him actually give up some runs at the Major League level before we DFA him?
There's a lot of room between Meyer and Hendriks. Hendriks was a nice story but he wasn't that good. My guess is that if the Twins signed a 25 yr old pitcher who managed a 5.7 k/9 rate (while not...