they don't need to trade him. he's under control.
and if its anything to the management, they don't give a **** for their players.
tough luck Giancarlo
Lol, this thread....
Here's the thing. The Marlins would most likely want a top 10 prospect (in MLB as a whole) to part with Stanton, if they'd part with him at all. That leaves Texas with Priofar.
However, they just got Escobar and Adeiny Heccheveria (spelling, I'm not looking it up). So they have their SS of the current and of the future, so Profar may not appeal tothem as much. That would leave the Rangfers to offer a bunch of their not number one prospects.
I'm thinking the Marlins would listenf you offered:
It could take more, but that would open up their ears at least. Nobody on your team should be untouchable if you can get a proven commodity in Stanton. Who knows if Profar, Oltm, Perez, Martin will ever put it together at the MLB level?
We don't know, they could all turn into scrubs. So do it if it makes sense.
I bet Stanton is hoping he somehow gets traded away from that crook of an owner.
| .372 AVG | 0 HR | 2 RBI | 6 SB | .438 OBP | .442 SLG | .394 wOBA |
haha great minds think alike i guess. I don't have time to read all 7 pages.
Does anyone know what the marlins payroll looks like next year? I think the only people making any real money are Yunel Escobar (5mil) and Rickey Nolasco(9mill)
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Would you trade him for 100million dollars?
Serious question. The BoSox paid 51million to talk to Dice K.
What if someone just offered them a 100million dollar check? Surely the Marlins would do it?
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no i like the marlins to keep him. i would not talk no less 145 million. cause 51 million to talk to a player. an the marlins are force to spend 73.5million a year then add 14.5 million of that 145 milllion four ten years which = out to 88 million a year.