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  1. #166
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    I wouldn't trade Dickey for Lee and Pederson unless Federowicz was in the deal as well. MLB ready catcher. May not be a stub but could be an above average overall catcher.


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    ^I agree. We have to wait at least a year and a half for Pederson, and probaby a year for Lee, Federowicz would help that wait
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    http://www.baseballamerica.com/blog/prospects/2012/07/midseason-top-50-prospects-list-2/

    1. Dylan Bundy, rhp, Orioles
    2. Jurickson Profar, ss, Rangers
    3. Wil Myers, of, Royals
    4. Taijuan Walker, rhp, Mariners
    5. Danny Hultzen, lhp, Mariners
    6. Gerrit Cole, rhp, Pirates
    7. Tyler Skaggs, lhp, Diamondbacks
    8. Jose Fernandez, rhp, Marlins
    9. Manny Machado, ss, Orioles
    10. Zack Wheeler, rhp, Mets
    11. Mike Olt, 3b, Rangers
    12. Nick Castellanos, 3B, Tigers
    13. Matt Barnes, rhp, Red Sox
    14. Francisco Lindor, ss, Indians
    15. Jameson Taillon, rhp, Pirates
    16. Archie Bradley, rhp, Diamondbacks
    17. Nolan Arenado, 3b, Rockies
    18. Oscar Taveras, of, Cardinals
    19. Travis D'Arnaud, c, Blue Jays
    20. Shelby Miller, rhp, Cardinals
    21. Christian Yelich, of, Marlins
    22. Miguel Sano, 3b, Twins
    23. Jonathan Singleton, 1b, Astros
    24. Julio Teheran, rhp, Braves
    25. Javier Baez, ss, Cubs
    26. Carlos Martinez, rhp, Cardinals
    27. Billy Hamilton, ss, Reds
    28. Mason Williams, of, Yankees
    29. Jake Odorizzi, rhp, Royals
    30. Gary Sanchez, c, Yankees
    31. Xander Bogaerts, ss, Red Sox
    32. Jackie Bradley, of, Red Sox
    33. Matt Davidson, 3b, Diamondbacks
    34. Matt Harvey, rhp, Mets
    35. Nick Franklin, ss, Mariners
    36. Starling Marte, cf, Pirates
    37. Jake Marisnick, cf, Blue Jays
    38. Anthony Gose, cf, Blue Jays
    39. Tyler Austin, of, Yankees
    40. Alen Hanson, ss, Pirates
    41. Cody Buckel, rhp, Rangers
    42. James Paxton, lhp, Mariners
    43. Jean Segura, 2b/ss, Angels
    44. Kolten Wong, 2b, Cardinals
    45. George Springer, of, Astros
    46. Bubba Starling, of, Royals
    47. Hak-Ju Lee, ss, Rays
    48. Tyler Thornburg, rhp, Brewers
    49. Zach Lee, rhp, Dodgers
    50. Jedd Gyorko, 3b, Padres

    Just to give you some perspective of Gose's value. These are the midseason rankings so much of Gose's 2012 minor league season is included.

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    JP isn't that good defensively, he doesn't get on base either. Let's not over value him.

    There are 2 reasons why I want JP.
    He's better than anything we have by a country mile, and I look forward to listen to Keith Hernandez butcher his name on a continuous basis.
    I'm not trying to overvalue him. I'm just saying there is a ton of surplus value in his contract (4 more years - not even arb eligible until next season) considering what similar catchers are going via FA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boller4prez View Post
    http://www.baseballamerica.com/blog/prospects/2012/07/midseason-top-50-prospects-list-2/

    1. Dylan Bundy, rhp, Orioles
    2. Jurickson Profar, ss, Rangers
    3. Wil Myers, of, Royals
    4. Taijuan Walker, rhp, Mariners
    5. Danny Hultzen, lhp, Mariners
    6. Gerrit Cole, rhp, Pirates
    7. Tyler Skaggs, lhp, Diamondbacks
    8. Jose Fernandez, rhp, Marlins
    9. Manny Machado, ss, Orioles
    10. Zack Wheeler, rhp, Mets
    11. Mike Olt, 3b, Rangers
    12. Nick Castellanos, 3B, Tigers
    13. Matt Barnes, rhp, Red Sox
    14. Francisco Lindor, ss, Indians
    15. Jameson Taillon, rhp, Pirates
    16. Archie Bradley, rhp, Diamondbacks
    17. Nolan Arenado, 3b, Rockies
    18. Oscar Taveras, of, Cardinals
    19. Travis D'Arnaud, c, Blue Jays
    20. Shelby Miller, rhp, Cardinals
    21. Christian Yelich, of, Marlins
    22. Miguel Sano, 3b, Twins
    23. Jonathan Singleton, 1b, Astros
    24. Julio Teheran, rhp, Braves
    25. Javier Baez, ss, Cubs
    26. Carlos Martinez, rhp, Cardinals
    27. Billy Hamilton, ss, Reds
    28. Mason Williams, of, Yankees
    29. Jake Odorizzi, rhp, Royals
    30. Gary Sanchez, c, Yankees
    31. Xander Bogaerts, ss, Red Sox
    32. Jackie Bradley, of, Red Sox
    33. Matt Davidson, 3b, Diamondbacks
    34. Matt Harvey, rhp, Mets
    35. Nick Franklin, ss, Mariners
    36. Starling Marte, cf, Pirates
    37. Jake Marisnick, cf, Blue Jays
    38. Anthony Gose, cf, Blue Jays
    39. Tyler Austin, of, Yankees
    40. Alen Hanson, ss, Pirates
    41. Cody Buckel, rhp, Rangers
    42. James Paxton, lhp, Mariners
    43. Jean Segura, 2b/ss, Angels
    44. Kolten Wong, 2b, Cardinals
    45. George Springer, of, Astros
    46. Bubba Starling, of, Royals
    47. Hak-Ju Lee, ss, Rays
    48. Tyler Thornburg, rhp, Brewers
    49. Zach Lee, rhp, Dodgers
    50. Jedd Gyorko, 3b, Padres

    Just to give you some perspective of Gose's value. These are the midseason rankings so much of Gose's 2012 minor league season is included.
    Gose K's a ton. And you would think he would have more extra base hits with his speed and all.

    Never a fan of his.


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    When I think about it, JPA is really only worth a Murphy, maybe someone else.


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    Quote Originally Posted by clayamtion View Post
    When I think about it, JPA is really only worth a Murphy, maybe someone else.
    I wouldn't even trade Murphy for me to be honest.

    If he's a throw in on a deal fro Dickey or maybe in a deal around Duda is the only way.


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    Alderson asks for Bradley and Bogaerts: Sandy Alderson produced a lot of Internet LOLs and incredulity when he asked the Red Sox for prospects Xander Bogaerts and Jackie Bradley, Jr. in a trade for R.A. Dickey. But if you’re going by what Dave Cameron reasoned through yesterday, that is exactly what Alderson should be requesting for Dickey. Per Jonathan Mayo, Boegarts and Bradley are the Sox’ No.1 and 3 prospects, respectively. Asking for that much at the beginning of negotiations hardly implies any sort of dark Mets conspiracy to keep Dickey drawing fans to Flushing in 2012. Alderson’s merely setting the bar high, as he absolutely should. If the Sox ultimately counter-offer with one of those two guys and a couple of slightly lesser (but closer to Major League ready) prospects, maybe there’s a deal to be made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boller4prez View Post
    http://www.baseballamerica.com/blog/prospects/2012/07/midseason-top-50-prospects-list-2/

    1. Dylan Bundy, rhp, Orioles
    2. Jurickson Profar, ss, Rangers
    3. Wil Myers, of, Royals
    4. Taijuan Walker, rhp, Mariners
    5. Danny Hultzen, lhp, Mariners
    6. Gerrit Cole, rhp, Pirates
    7. Tyler Skaggs, lhp, Diamondbacks
    8. Jose Fernandez, rhp, Marlins
    9. Manny Machado, ss, Orioles
    10. Zack Wheeler, rhp, Mets
    11. Mike Olt, 3b, Rangers
    12. Nick Castellanos, 3B, Tigers
    13. Matt Barnes, rhp, Red Sox
    14. Francisco Lindor, ss, Indians
    15. Jameson Taillon, rhp, Pirates
    16. Archie Bradley, rhp, Diamondbacks
    17. Nolan Arenado, 3b, Rockies
    18. Oscar Taveras, of, Cardinals
    19. Travis D'Arnaud, c, Blue Jays
    20. Shelby Miller, rhp, Cardinals
    21. Christian Yelich, of, Marlins
    22. Miguel Sano, 3b, Twins
    23. Jonathan Singleton, 1b, Astros
    24. Julio Teheran, rhp, Braves
    25. Javier Baez, ss, Cubs
    26. Carlos Martinez, rhp, Cardinals
    27. Billy Hamilton, ss, Reds
    28. Mason Williams, of, Yankees
    29. Jake Odorizzi, rhp, Royals
    30. Gary Sanchez, c, Yankees
    31. Xander Bogaerts, ss, Red Sox
    32. Jackie Bradley, of, Red Sox
    33. Matt Davidson, 3b, Diamondbacks
    34. Matt Harvey, rhp, Mets
    35. Nick Franklin, ss, Mariners
    36. Starling Marte, cf, Pirates
    37. Jake Marisnick, cf, Blue Jays
    38. Anthony Gose, cf, Blue Jays
    39. Tyler Austin, of, Yankees
    40. Alen Hanson, ss, Pirates
    41. Cody Buckel, rhp, Rangers
    42. James Paxton, lhp, Mariners
    43. Jean Segura, 2b/ss, Angels
    44. Kolten Wong, 2b, Cardinals
    45. George Springer, of, Astros
    46. Bubba Starling, of, Royals
    47. Hak-Ju Lee, ss, Rays
    48. Tyler Thornburg, rhp, Brewers
    49. Zach Lee, rhp, Dodgers
    50. Jedd Gyorko, 3b, Padres

    Just to give you some perspective of Gose's value. These are the midseason rankings so much of Gose's 2012 minor league season is included.
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    NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Mets continue to aim high in talks with the Kansas City Royals. Multiple sources say the club is still pursuing Kansas City Royals outfield prospect Wil Myers.

    -Rubin


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    Quote Originally Posted by clayamtion View Post
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Mets continue to aim high in talks with the Kansas City Royals. Multiple sources say the club is still pursuing Kansas City Royals outfield prospect Wil Myers.

    -Rubin
    Do you think we could Myers plus other prospects?

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    Quote Originally Posted by clayamtion View Post
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Mets continue to aim high in talks with the Kansas City Royals. Multiple sources say the club is still pursuing Kansas City Royals outfield prospect Wil Myers.

    -Rubin
    Typical Moneyball philosophy chasing cheap players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mets100% View Post
    Do you think we could Myers plus other prospects?
    No way. Maybe if its Neise, but if we are trading Dickey itl be him and another prospect for Myers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oshman800 View Post
    No way. Maybe if its Neise, but if we are trading Dickey itl be him and another prospect for Myers.
    I heard some scouts he isn't an All-Star type bat that's why I am asking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mets100% View Post
    I heard some scouts he isn't an All-Star type bat that's why I am asking.
    Fair enough. But hes the 3rd ranked prospect in baseball who put up monster power numbers last year and is only 21. R.A. is great but he doesnt have that kind of upside to make it one for one IMO.

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