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    Mauer and Morneau Available?

    Just heard that the Twins will listen to offers for both of them.

    What would your team give up for either one?
    Quote Originally Posted by OptimisticNot View Post
    Idk how much they signed him for, but try this amazing website: www.google.com

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    doesn't Mauer have a full no trade? I'd assume it would take 12 top prospects and him wanting to leave for it to happen.

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    Trout for Mauer?

















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    Joe Mauer to rangers for Martin Perez, Derek Holland, and Jorge Alfaro

    i think the rangers will sign Zack Greinke so that means they can trade Derek Holland and they also get two of the rangers top 5 prospects in Perez and Alfaro

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerryred View Post
    Joe Mauer to rangers for Martin Perez, Derek Holland, and Jorge Alfaro

    i think the rangers will sign Zack Greinke so that means they can trade Derek Holland and they also get two of the rangers top 5 prospects in Perez and Alfaro
    You want to pay $23 million each of the next 6 years to a C who'll be 35 by the end of his contract, and who threw out 14% of baserunners last year? He's going to have to move to 1B full-time eventually, and he doesn't have prototypical power for the spot. His bat is a lot more valuable at C than 1B, but he doesn't have many years left in terms of being a full-time C. $23 mil for a 1B'man or DH who doesn't hit for power is a little odd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rangersfan View Post
    You want to pay $23 million each of the next 6 years to a C who'll be 35 by the end of his contract, and who threw out 14% of baserunners last year? He's going to have to move to 1B full-time eventually, and he doesn't have prototypical power for the spot. His bat is a lot more valuable at C than 1B, but he doesn't have many years left in terms of being a full-time C. $23 mil for a 1B'man or DH who doesn't hit for power is a little odd.
    I don't think you have a true understanding of Mauer's value. He could literally play any position they decide to try him and be well above average while still hitting over 300. His power numbers only appear to be down because of his one big year...which was the last year in the dome. Target is a much bigger park to hit in. You also can't just say he threw out only 14% of baserunners and make it stick, because runners steal as much or more on pitchers as catchers....and the Twins' rotation was horrid last year.
    gotta love 'referential' treatment

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    The Red Sox said they would eat Mauer's entire contract and the Twins said no. It was reported by Peter Gammons a few days ago. Hard to imagine them shopping Mauer. Morneau it makes sense for them to deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomar View Post
    The Red Sox said they would eat Mauer's entire contract and the Twins said no. It was reported by Peter Gammons a few days ago. Hard to imagine them shopping Mauer.
    Were the Red Sox offering anything in return or just willing to pay the player they'd be trading for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtf View Post
    Were the Red Sox offering anything in return or just willing to pay the player they'd be trading for?
    Wan't made clear but im guessing no.

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    The Jays need to take a chance on Morneau - as our starting 1B next season (as of right now) will be the ****ing turd Adam Lind.

    I can see a deal where the Twins take on Lind along with a couple of low-end prospects for Morneau.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jays Claw View Post
    The Jays need to take a chance on Morneau - as our starting 1B next season (as of right now) will be the ****ing turd Adam Lind.

    I can see a deal where the Twins take on Lind along with a couple of low-end prospects for Morneau.
    Was he not a silver sluggers a few yearsago? Lind that is

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    Quote Originally Posted by old blue View Post
    Was he not a silver sluggers a few yearsago? Lind that is
    Yes in 2009 he had a very good year. He still has good power, but otherwise is pretty bad.

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    I would like to see Morneau/Doumit to the Yankees............................

    EDIT: Morneau would be our perm. DH obviously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrueYankee View Post
    I would like to see Morneau/Doumit to the Yankees............................

    EDIT: Morneau would be our perm. DH obviously.
    Then where would Alex Rodriguez play when he's not in the hospital.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtf View Post
    Then where would Alex Rodriguez play when he's not in the hospital.
    He will be collecting numbers from hot women for his teammates by the dugout.

    Masahiro Tanaka

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