trade Ellsbury before the season starts

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    Clearly Ellsbury was avaliable this offseason it's also clear that no team made Cherington an offer he couldn't refuse. Fact is that Ellsbury's injury history and his lackluster perfromance after returning from injury last season. Have had an ill effect on his market value both in terms of trade value and unless he shows himself healthy and returns to form this year it will also impact his market value as a free agent. He's know it, Boras Know's it, the Sox ownerships know's it, every GM in the game know's it, we the fan if we are honest with ourselves know it too. Trading Ells now would be selling low...if he starts the year out hot his value will then begin to rise, if he maintains it until July, the needle moves to white hot. Add an injury to a contender and or a team like Seattle struggling to score and you've got the making of a deal. Just saying...

     

    The flip side is that Ben Cherington may have made multiple offers of Jacoby Ellsbury that other teams refused.

    At the trade deadline I could see the Mariners trading away from their crowded outfield of Franklin Gutierrez, Michael Saunders, Mike Morse, Raul Ibanez, Jason Bay, Casper Wells and Carlos Peguero, who have already combined for 12 homeruns* in the rarified air of Spring Training in Arizona (six with an OPS of at least 1.000 in admittedly small samples). The M's have averaged 6.375 runs a game this spring, although that number will drop when the team returns to the heavy marine layer at Safeco Field (where Jacoby Ellsbury has posted a .233/.292/.333/.626 line in 66 career plate appearances).

    * the entire Red Sox team has three homeruns this spring



    You missed the entire gist of my post and as usual you turned it around in your devils advocate anti Red Sox slant. Ellsbury is a better player than any current posiiton player on the mariners and I know that's tough for you to handle. You are way to knowledgable to even try to present spring training stats as means to prove a point. 

    Fact the Mariners need to show that they're on the right track....if they struggle to score and are below .500 entering June and Ellsbury's playing at an All Star level...Jack will be on the phone with Ben. If Ellsbury's hitting .200 come June 1st then Ben will be on the phone, looking for a bat too. 

    End of the day, Whether they trade Ellsbury or not and or how we view his value or the proposition of his potential production For the coming year is merely fodder...The guys a good ball player, one that'struggled to stay healthy. Which hasp effected his value, with Borad as his representative he's unlikely tre agree to an extension...Thus at some point between now and June 1st we will all have our answer to the value of Ellsbury...If he stays healthy my guess is that he'll be a hot commodity at the deadline....if not he'll be next years Bourn....

     
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    You missed the entire gist of my post and as usual you turned it around in your devils advocate anti Red Sox slant. Ellsbury is a better player than any current posiiton player on the mariners and I know that's tough for you to handle. You are way to knowledgable to even try to present spring training stats as means to prove a point. 

    Fact the Mariners need to show that they're on the right track....if they struggle to score and are below .500 entering June and Ellsbury's playing at an All Star level...Jack will be on the phone with Ben. If Ellsbury's hitting .200 come June 1st then Ben will be on the phone, looking for a bat too. 

    End of the day, Whether they trade Ellsbury or not and or how we view his value or the proposition of his potential production For the coming year is merely fodder...The guys a good ball player, one that'struggled to stay healthy. Which hasp effected his value, with Borad as his representative he's unlikely tre agree to an extension...Thus at some point between now and June 1st we will all have our answer to the value of Ellsbury...If he stays healthy my guess is that he'll be a hot commodity at the deadline....if not he'll be next years Bourn....



    You missed my point. If Seattle is below .500 as the trade deadline approaches, the Mariners will look to trade the expiring commitments to Mike Morse, Kendrys Morales, Joe Saunders, Raul Ibanez, Kelly Shoppach, Jason Bay and Franklin Gutierrez. Seattle will pursue an expiring commitment only if the M's are in contention and believe they are one missing piece away.

     
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    Actually, moonslav, we should have traded Ellsbury after his unduplicatable 2011 season, which was my stance back then.  At that time, he was at his peak and with 2 years of control left.  An offer of Trevor Bauer at that point would have been laughable.



    True, but as of this winter, Bauer might have been the best and most realsitic player available.

     
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    You missed the entire gist of my post and as usual you turned it around in your devils advocate anti Red Sox slant. Ellsbury is a better player than any current posiiton player on the mariners and I know that's tough for you to handle. You are way to knowledgable to even try to present spring training stats as means to prove a point. 

     

    Fact the Mariners need to show that they're on the right track....if they struggle to score and are below .500 entering June and Ellsbury's playing at an All Star level...Jack will be on the phone with Ben. If Ellsbury's hitting .200 come June 1st then Ben will be on the phone, looking for a bat too. 

    End of the day, Whether they trade Ellsbury or not and or how we view his value or the proposition of his potential production For the coming year is merely fodder...The guys a good ball player, one that'struggled to stay healthy. Which hasp effected his value, with Borad as his representative he's unlikely tre agree to an extension...Thus at some point between now and June 1st we will all have our answer to the value of Ellsbury...If he stays healthy my guess is that he'll be a hot commodity at the deadline....if not he'll be next years Bourn....



    You missed my point. If Seattle is below .500 as the trade deadline approaches, the Mariners will look to trade the expiring commitments to Mike Morse, Kendrys Morales, Joe Saunders, Raul Ibanez, Kelley Shoppach, Jason Bay and Franklin Gutierrez. Seattle will pursue an expiring commitment only if the M's are in contention and believe they are one missing piece away.

     




    Really?  The Mariners will not even take into consideration how far out of it they are?   What if they are 5 or fewer games out?   "It's July 30 and we are 1 game under .500!! Scuttle the ship!!" 

    Granted, there is very little on that list that can not be jettisoned with very little affect.  But I would think the Mariners take a slightly more comprehensive view, even in the face of purging a lot of those deadweight deals...

     
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    Would you trade Ells to the Yankees, Jays  or Rays?

    What would you expect in return?

     
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    Many chips have to fall in place:

    A bonafide contender loses their CF'der, Texas, Angels, Dodgers, Atlanta, Giants, Nationals prior to opening day. Ells is having a decent to good ST--trade worked out for a top AA, AAA pitching prospect with options. 

    Depending on how good the prospect will determine how much salary the Sox have to eat--for Bauer or Wheeler type prospect, a fair amount.

    Prior to the end of ST ideal for both parties, IMHO.




    It's highly unlikely Jacoby is traded before the season starts, even if a team gets desperate enough to make an offer. I think Ben had his chances and didn't like the offers. Unless the next offer is better, I don't think Bradley's ST play has changed the equation that much in Ben's eyes.

    It certainly has in many posters here. 10 ST games. Hmm...

     
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    Many chips have to fall in place:

    A bonafide contender loses their CF'der, Texas, Angels, Dodgers, Atlanta, Giants, Nationals prior to opening day. Ells is having a decent to good ST--trade worked out for a top AA, AAA pitching prospect with options. 

    Depending on how good the prospect will determine how much salary the Sox have to eat--for Bauer or Wheeler type prospect, a fair amount.

    Prior to the end of ST ideal for both parties, IMHO.

    It's highly unlikely Jacoby is traded before the season starts, even if a team gets desperate enough to make an offer. I think Ben had his chances and didn't like the offers. Unless the next offer is better, I don't think Bradley's ST play has changed the equation that much in Ben's eyes.

    It certainly has in many posters here. 10 ST games. Hmm...




    You have to admit, having the Dodgers "Irrational exuberance," spread and cause a team to make a crazy offer for Ells holds some sentimental appeal.

    If somebody got crazy, i.e. The Dodgers bailing us out of a sinking super liner, and offered the Sox the world for Ells, I would go for it, and start JBJ.  What the heck! 

    Now before all the teenage girls with their panties in a twist get all hot & bothered, WE KNOW IT'S NOT GOING TO HAPPEN!  Relax!  :)  Just fun to kick it around.

     
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    Many chips have to fall in place:

    A bonafide contender loses their CF'der, Texas, Angels, Dodgers, Atlanta, Giants, Nationals prior to opening day. Ells is having a decent to good ST--trade worked out for a top AA, AAA pitching prospect with options. 

    Depending on how good the prospect will determine how much salary the Sox have to eat--for Bauer or Wheeler type prospect, a fair amount.

    Prior to the end of ST ideal for both parties, IMHO.

    It's highly unlikely Jacoby is traded before the season starts, even if a team gets desperate enough to make an offer. I think Ben had his chances and didn't like the offers. Unless the next offer is better, I don't think Bradley's ST play has changed the equation that much in Ben's eyes.

    It certainly has in many posters here. 10 ST games. Hmm...

     




     

    You have to admit, having the Dodgers "Irrational exuberance," spread and cause a team to make a crazy offer for Ells holds some sentimental appeal.

    If somebody got crazy, i.e. The Dodgers bailing us out of a sinking super liner, and offered the Sox the world for Ells, I would go for it, and start JBJ.  What the heck! 

    Now before all the teenage girls with their panties in a twist get all hot & bothered, WE KNOW IT'S NOT GOING TO HAPPEN!  Relax!  :)  Just fun to kick it around.



    I wanted to trade Ellsbury as well, and stsill do, but I seriously doubt it happens before the season starts.

     
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    Many chips have to fall in place:

    A bonafide contender loses their CF'der, Texas, Angels, Dodgers, Atlanta, Giants, Nationals prior to opening day. Ells is having a decent to good ST--trade worked out for a top AA, AAA pitching prospect with options. 

    Depending on how good the prospect will determine how much salary the Sox have to eat--for Bauer or Wheeler type prospect, a fair amount.

    Prior to the end of ST ideal for both parties, IMHO.

    It's highly unlikely Jacoby is traded before the season starts, even if a team gets desperate enough to make an offer. I think Ben had his chances and didn't like the offers. Unless the next offer is better, I don't think Bradley's ST play has changed the equation that much in Ben's eyes.

    It certainly has in many posters here. 10 ST games. Hmm...

     

    You have to admit, having the Dodgers "Irrational exuberance," spread and cause a team to make a crazy offer for Ells holds some sentimental appeal.

    If somebody got crazy, i.e. The Dodgers bailing us out of a sinking super liner, and offered the Sox the world for Ells, I would go for it, and start JBJ.  What the heck! 

    Now before all the teenage girls with their panties in a twist get all hot & bothered, WE KNOW IT'S NOT GOING TO HAPPEN!  Relax!  :)  Just fun to kick it around.


    I wanted to trade Ellsbury as well, and stsill do, but I seriously doubt it happens before the season starts.




    Agreed!  We don't listen to the lunacy from Stiffy and his "side-kick," Billy-69, advocating the wholesale bairgain basement going out of business sale price give away of Ells.  We sit pat!   Pump up his value with a likely good - great first half of the season, then let the offers roll in!

    :)  Stiffy just doesn't know good GM.  Plus, he's only been a pretend RS fan since when????  07?

     
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    Many chips have to fall in place:

    A bonafide contender loses their CF'der, Texas, Angels, Dodgers, Atlanta, Giants, Nationals prior to opening day. Ells is having a decent to good ST--trade worked out for a top AA, AAA pitching prospect with options. 

    Depending on how good the prospect will determine how much salary the Sox have to eat--for Bauer or Wheeler type prospect, a fair amount.

    Prior to the end of ST ideal for both parties, IMHO.

    It's highly unlikely Jacoby is traded before the season starts, even if a team gets desperate enough to make an offer. I think Ben had his chances and didn't like the offers. Unless the next offer is better, I don't think Bradley's ST play has changed the equation that much in Ben's eyes.

    It certainly has in many posters here. 10 ST games. Hmm...

     

    You have to admit, having the Dodgers "Irrational exuberance," spread and cause a team to make a crazy offer for Ells holds some sentimental appeal.

    If somebody got crazy, i.e. The Dodgers bailing us out of a sinking super liner, and offered the Sox the world for Ells, I would go for it, and start JBJ.  What the heck! 

    Now before all the teenage girls with their panties in a twist get all hot & bothered, WE KNOW IT'S NOT GOING TO HAPPEN!  Relax!  :)  Just fun to kick it around.


    I wanted to trade Ellsbury as well, and stsill do, but I seriously doubt it happens before the season starts.

     




     

    Agreed!  We don't listen to the lunacy from Stiffy and his "side-kick," Billy-69, advocating the wholesale bairgain basement going out of business sale price give away of Ells.  We sit pat!   Pump up his value with a likely good - great first half of the season, then let the offers roll in!

    :)  Stiffy just doesn't know good GM.  Plus, he's only been a pretend RS fan since when????  07?

     



    I told the forum this since 2007 and most wouldn't believe me. Many never heard of trolling and especially "concern trolling". They finally are seeing the light and truth about Softlaw and now even Georom. It takes a longer time for some than others, I guess. Welcome to the forum poster Marstan who is the father of "concern trolling". Enjoy.

     



    You don't even realize you are trolling when you continously and obsessively try and out trolls.

     
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    Many chips have to fall in place:

    A bonafide contender loses their CF'der, Texas, Angels, Dodgers, Atlanta, Giants, Nationals prior to opening day. Ells is having a decent to good ST--trade worked out for a top AA, AAA pitching prospect with options. 

    Depending on how good the prospect will determine how much salary the Sox have to eat--for Bauer or Wheeler type prospect, a fair amount.

    Prior to the end of ST ideal for both parties, IMHO.

    It's highly unlikely Jacoby is traded before the season starts, even if a team gets desperate enough to make an offer. I think Ben had his chances and didn't like the offers. Unless the next offer is better, I don't think Bradley's ST play has changed the equation that much in Ben's eyes.

    It certainly has in many posters here. 10 ST games. Hmm...

     

    You have to admit, having the Dodgers "Irrational exuberance," spread and cause a team to make a crazy offer for Ells holds some sentimental appeal.

    If somebody got crazy, i.e. The Dodgers bailing us out of a sinking super liner, and offered the Sox the world for Ells, I would go for it, and start JBJ.  What the heck! 

    Now before all the teenage girls with their panties in a twist get all hot & bothered, WE KNOW IT'S NOT GOING TO HAPPEN!  Relax!  :)  Just fun to kick it around.


    I wanted to trade Ellsbury as well, and stsill do, but I seriously doubt it happens before the season starts.

     




     

    Agreed!  We don't listen to the lunacy from Stiffy and his "side-kick," Billy-69, advocating the wholesale bairgain basement going out of business sale price give away of Ells.  We sit pat!   Pump up his value with a likely good - great first half of the season, then let the offers roll in!

    :)  Stiffy just doesn't know good GM.  Plus, he's only been a pretend RS fan since when????  07?

     



    I told the forum this since 2007 and most wouldn't believe me. Many never heard of trolling and especially "concern trolling". They finally are seeing the light and truth about Softlaw and now even Georom. It takes a longer time for some than others, I guess. Welcome to the forum poster Marstan who is the father of "concern trolling". Enjoy.

     

     



    You don't even realize you are trolling when you continously and obsessively try and out trolls.

     




    soapbox mode: Engaged.

    right on schedule, pike will start this forum messiah rants and eventually be banned. Only to return with several new monikers a few days later. It's as consistent as the changing of the seasons or the lunar cycle.

     
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    Many chips have to fall in place:

    A bonafide contender loses their CF'der, Texas, Angels, Dodgers, Atlanta, Giants, Nationals prior to opening day. Ells is having a decent to good ST--trade worked out for a top AA, AAA pitching prospect with options. 

    Depending on how good the prospect will determine how much salary the Sox have to eat--for Bauer or Wheeler type prospect, a fair amount.

    Prior to the end of ST ideal for both parties, IMHO.

    It's highly unlikely Jacoby is traded before the season starts, even if a team gets desperate enough to make an offer. I think Ben had his chances and didn't like the offers. Unless the next offer is better, I don't think Bradley's ST play has changed the equation that much in Ben's eyes.

    It certainly has in many posters here. 10 ST games. Hmm...

     

    You have to admit, having the Dodgers "Irrational exuberance," spread and cause a team to make a crazy offer for Ells holds some sentimental appeal.

    If somebody got crazy, i.e. The Dodgers bailing us out of a sinking super liner, and offered the Sox the world for Ells, I would go for it, and start JBJ.  What the heck! 

    Now before all the teenage girls with their panties in a twist get all hot & bothered, WE KNOW IT'S NOT GOING TO HAPPEN!  Relax!  :)  Just fun to kick it around.


    I wanted to trade Ellsbury as well, and stsill do, but I seriously doubt it happens before the season starts.

     




     

    Agreed!  We don't listen to the lunacy from Stiffy and his "side-kick," Billy-69, advocating the wholesale bairgain basement going out of business sale price give away of Ells.  We sit pat!   Pump up his value with a likely good - great first half of the season, then let the offers roll in!

    :)  Stiffy just doesn't know good GM.  Plus, he's only been a pretend RS fan since when????  07?

     



    I told the forum this since 2007 and most wouldn't believe me. Many never heard of trolling and especially "concern trolling". They finally are seeing the light and truth about Softlaw and now even Georom. It takes a longer time for some than others, I guess. Welcome to the forum poster Marstan who is the father of "concern trolling". Enjoy.

     

     



    You don't even realize you are trolling when you continously and obsessively try and out trolls.




    BINGO!

     
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    Why people troll:

    http://www.osnews.com/story/25540/Why_People_Troll_and_How_to_Stop_Them/

     
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    Selenium needs to "gain some equilibrium."  When I agree with him, and speak the company line, he acts like we're good buds.  When I say something outside the lines, something that could be construed as negative, he's fit to be tied.

     

    Where are half of these guys from?  Certainly not Boston.  A true Bostonian could care less if you say something negative about a player from time to time.  That's what we do!  We blow off steam.  We often us hyperbole. 

    Those who are unaware of this uniquely Boston way of communicating are the TRUE PINK HATS!  The bandwagon crew.  So please shut the _____ up about MY TEAM!  MY PLAYERS!  You're new to the dance, so just sit down & shut up for a while.

     
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    Many chips have to fall in place:

    A bonafide contender loses their CF'der, Texas, Angels, Dodgers, Atlanta, Giants, Nationals prior to opening day. Ells is having a decent to good ST--trade worked out for a top AA, AAA pitching prospect with options. 

    Depending on how good the prospect will determine how much salary the Sox have to eat--for Bauer or Wheeler type prospect, a fair amount.

    Prior to the end of ST ideal for both parties, IMHO.

    It's highly unlikely Jacoby is traded before the season starts, even if a team gets desperate enough to make an offer. I think Ben had his chances and didn't like the offers. Unless the next offer is better, I don't think Bradley's ST play has changed the equation that much in Ben's eyes.

    It certainly has in many posters here. 10 ST games. Hmm...

     

    You have to admit, having the Dodgers "Irrational exuberance," spread and cause a team to make a crazy offer for Ells holds some sentimental appeal.

    If somebody got crazy, i.e. The Dodgers bailing us out of a sinking super liner, and offered the Sox the world for Ells, I would go for it, and start JBJ.  What the heck! 

    Now before all the teenage girls with their panties in a twist get all hot & bothered, WE KNOW IT'S NOT GOING TO HAPPEN!  Relax!  :)  Just fun to kick it around.


    I wanted to trade Ellsbury as well, and stsill do, but I seriously doubt it happens before the season starts.

     




     

    Agreed!  We don't listen to the lunacy from Stiffy and his "side-kick," Billy-69, advocating the wholesale bairgain basement going out of business sale price give away of Ells.  We sit pat!   Pump up his value with a likely good - great first half of the season, then let the offers roll in!

    :)  Stiffy just doesn't know good GM.  Plus, he's only been a pretend RS fan since when????  07?

     



    I told the forum this since 2007 and most wouldn't believe me. Many never heard of trolling and especially "concern trolling". They finally are seeing the light and truth about Softlaw and now even Georom. It takes a longer time for some than others, I guess. Welcome to the forum poster Marstan who is the father of "concern trolling". Enjoy.

     

     



    You don't even realize you are trolling when you continously and obsessively try and out trolls.

     

     




     

    Outing trolls and "concern trolls" is wrong in your opinion? Do you want outsiders coming here who pretend to be Sox fans and are not to be applauded?. Most on the forum are now aware ( finally) that Softlaw is not and never was a Sox fan but was only pretending to be. You have called him a pretend Sox fan yourself .  Most here now have a similar opinion on Georom. Many came to such conclusions without listening to me for five years. The outing was based on their reading of thousands of posts and they came to their own logical conclusions.

    My definition of trolling is directed at posters questioning players with phony, fake, staged concerns. I have NEVER chronically bashed a player or management and all are aware of that.. Many however  do not appreciate the fact that I point out those who do that ( chronically).. I pinpoint posters who come here with an agenda to bash players and sox staff 24/7. 

    Moonslav, there is no doubt in my mind that you are a huge Red Sox fan and remember minutia about specific players for the last 40 years. You also do extensive research and provide great detail  through much effort, sweat, and time spent.  You are indeed valuable to the forum --- but.

    You seem to be defending those who come here ( other than Softlaw) who want to incite, inflame, bash, and stir the pot. Is it because your priority for a lively forum trumps everything else? For you it is " My Forum, right or wrong, MY Forum. You seem to think that it is kosher and acceptable for posters to attack players and ownership but it is verboten for some posters to attack posters who do that?   Shouldn't there be a system of checks and balances of posters? If all players are fair game in your opinion to be insulted, bashed, and be victims of chaeacter assasination - then why not apply that same principle to forum posters.  Who needs a forum full of pretend Sox fans?



     

    OUTSIDERS?  Seriously!?!?!???    The closest to Boston I'd put you is Connecticut.

    Give it a rest!  YOU ARE THE OUTSIDER! 

     

    Where are you from.  Answer or sit down & shut up!

     
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    As expected....  No answer from Selenium???  Definitely not from Boston!  No guts!  Won't say where the OUTSIDER is from.

     
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    As expected....  No answer from Selenium???  Definitely not from Boston!  No guts!  Won't say where the OUTSIDER is from.




    people from outside of Boston aren't allowed to be sox fans?? that's pretty ignorant view of things IMO..

     
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    As expected....  No answer from Selenium???  Definitely not from Boston!  No guts!  Won't say where the OUTSIDER is from.

    people from outside of Boston aren't allowed to be sox fans?? that's pretty ignorant view of things IMO..

     




     

    mef429,

    Dude!  You seriously need to chill out & learn to take thing in context. 

    When a guy like Selenium PLAYS the "concern troll," to use the parlance, acting like Don Quixote and tilting at windmills (i.e. calling out anybody who says a negative thing about a Red Sox player, THUS constantly questioning your loyalty (intentions), then..........................

    THAT NITWIT sure as hell gets to have his credentials questioned!

    Comprende???

    Do I now need to link you to the word CONTEXT?



    living in boston is a credential to be a sox fan? that's all i'm asking.

    there are many other ways to question his credentials without bringing up something weak like geography......

     

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