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    A-rod to the Phillies?

    Would you want him at 3b?

    thoughts?

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    Depends on how much contract the Yankees are willing to eat...

    I'd do it for the six million a year we were paying polanco...

    I doubt they accept that though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bringinwood View Post
    Depends on how much contract the Yankees are willing to eat...

    I'd do it for the six million a year we were paying polanco...

    I doubt they accept that though...
    And what would we give up for the Yankees eating 23 million a year?
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    Really??? Because we need another overpaid decling player? Some of these threads on here lately are just rediculously stupid
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    A-rod on any NL team is a bad move. Guy is going to be a train wreck soon at 3rd base in terms of fielding.

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    Yeah, why not. Because what we need more of are old players who are declining, injury prone, and paid a ton of money

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    no

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    no, rather have Charlie Hayes
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    The only problem is that he has another 5 years on his contract, so even if the yankees eat a large portion of the money we still have him until he's 42.

    It's a shame that there's just no possible way we can do this, I actually think A-Rod would do pretty well at CBP and help us in the short term (which is how our team is built anyway).

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    It seems pretty clear that the over/under on games in the field is somewhere around 65. Any NL GM who trades for him should be fired out of hand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The A Team View Post
    It seems pretty clear that the over/under on games in the field is somewhere around 65. Any NL GM who trades for him should be fired out of hand.
    Even if the Yankees paid 95% of the contract and we gave up nothing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sexicano31 View Post
    Even if the Yankees paid 95% of the contract and we gave up nothing?
    ARod had 6 extra base hits during the last month of the season. He's never going to be better than average, and he will continue to get worse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The A Team View Post
    They also don't HAVE to start Profar.
    Indeed
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    ARod had 6 extra base hits during the last month of the season. He's never going to be better than average, and he will continue to get worse.
    FWIW he was still a 2 WAR player

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    How funny/sadistic that would be.

    Ruben trades for A-Rod, and immediately gets fired. All the Ruben haters are in a predicament.
    Was it actually a good move?
    Yeah, we're ****ed with A-Rod, but at least Ruben is gone.

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