GMs patience on FAs often pays off.

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    GMs patience on FAs often pays off.

    http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20111222&content_id=26224724&vkey=perspectives&fext=.jsp&c_id=mlb
     
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    3 years ago, tha Angels got Bobby Abreu for $5M/1 
    (2009: .293/.390/.435/.825  15 HRs  103 RBIs), 
    and the Nats got Adam Dunn for $20M/2 
    (2 yrs: .264/378/.533/.910  76 HRs 208 RBIS).
     
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    Andre Dawson -  Chicago Cubs 1987, one year, $700,000-49 HR,137 RBI's -MVP on a last place team
     
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      UTICA... IM WITH YOU.... I HAVE SEEN ENOUGH OF THE LAZY WAY OF DOING IT ("LET ME BE CLEAR", AMERICA IS LAZY)... FORGET THE  BIG $$$$ FOR FREE AGENTS, AND LET'S DO IT THE OLD FASION WAY, TRADES & BUILD FROM WITHIN !!!  TRANSFORM THAT ROSTER !!!
     
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    pike you lazy sack of waste, how about posting your opinion instead of linking it...if you can't be bothered to write a short paragraph about the topic you started, what good are you, seriously?

    your act is tired - shape up or ship out
     
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    Let's not forget that the Red Sox still have an internal option in the forgotten Bobby Jenks, who had closing success elsewhere in his career before signing a two-year, $12 million contract with the Red Sox in December, 2010.

    His 2011 season went down the drain due to a back problem and a potentially dangerous pulmonary embolism, diagnosed when he underwent a pre-surgery exam for the operation on his back. There is every reason to believe that he has as much of a chance as other rehabbing pitchers, such as Broxton.

     
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    In Response to Re: GMs patience on FAs often pays off.:
    [QUOTE]pike you lazy sack of waste, how about posting your opinion instead of linking it...if you can't be bothered to write a short paragraph about the topic you started, what good are you, seriously? your act is tired - shape up or ship out
    Posted by georom4[/QUOTE]


    Agreed. 
     
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    In Response to Re: GMs patience on FAs often pays off.:
    [QUOTE]Let's not forget that the Red Sox still have an internal option in the forgotten Bobby Jenks, who had closing success elsewhere in his career before signing a two-year, $12 million contract with the Red Sox in December, 2010. His 2011 season went down the drain due to a back problem and a potentially dangerous pulmonary embolism, diagnosed when he underwent a pre-surgery exam for the operation on his back. There is every reason to believe that he has as much of a chance as other rehabbing pitchers, such as Broxton.
    Posted by UticaClub[/QUOTE]

    I'd ship Jenks to the Cubs as comp for Theo. We could use his $6M for Cody Ross, Wakefield and Webb.

     
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    In Response to Re: GMs patience on FAs often pays off.:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: GMs patience on FAs often pays off. : I'd ship Jenks to the Cubs as comp for Theo. We could use his $6M for Cody Ross, Wakefield and Webb.
    Posted by moonslav59[/QUOTE]

    The RS would have to pay extra shipping costs for oversize baggage, but I agree. Jenk's is a fat slob who we do not need.
     

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