Why Do People Want to Keep Ellsbury?

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    Re: Why Do People Want to Keep Ellsbury?

    If he had added Guthrie (value A+/Fit A+), it would have been complete.

     
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    Re: Why Do People Want to Keep Ellsbury?

    You have no cred, softy. At first, you called Brett Anderson "a bum", and said my suggested offer was way too high. Then, after realizing how highly rated Anderson is on talent, you said there's no way the A's would accept my suggested offer.

    Basically I offered too much for the A's to accept. Your clown logic shines again.

    (BTW, what does "sign Sanatana over the Mets" mean? He was traded for.)

     
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    Re: Why Do People Want to Keep Ellsbury?

    Boston Red Sox Rumors

     

    AL East Notes: Ellsbury, Blue Jays, Dickey, Orioles By Ben Nicholson-Smith [December 17, 2012 at 1:23pm CST]

    It’s been a busy day for AL East teams, with the Red Sox agreeing to sign Stephen Drew and the Blue Jays agreeing to an extension with R.A. Dickey. Here are some more notes from the division...

    • The Red Sox have been rebuffing trade inquiries about Jacoby Ellsbury, Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com reports (on Twitter). Boston can obtain a compensatory draft pick if Ellsbury declines a qualifying offer to sign elsewhere following the 2013 season, when he’ll become eligible for free agency
     

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