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    what could we get for Johan?

    what could we get for johan if we traded him at the deadline this summer, could we pay for most of his contact and get a decent prospect in return as in top 50?

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    Quote Originally Posted by I<3ourProspects View Post
    what could we get for johan if we traded him at the deadline this summer, could we pay for most of his contact and get a decent prospect in return as in top 50?
    Well if he does well we could probably get a decent OF prospect, but I doubt he ever performs the way he used to.


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    A bag of Fritos, hopefully the big scoop kind.


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    Quote Originally Posted by clayamtion View Post
    A bag of Fritos, hopefully the big scoop kind.
    and that's only if we pick up his salary plus $1.99 for the small bag...

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    Quote Originally Posted by clayamtion View Post
    A bag of Fritos, hopefully the big scoop kind.
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    and that's only if we pick up his salary plus $1.99 for the small bag...
    LOL........ yeah I hope he has a good season would be nice to get good value from him

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    Quote Originally Posted by clayamtion View Post
    A bag of Fritos, hopefully the big scoop kind.
    But they have to be the big scoop kind. Those are the best!

    Those along with an order from Adam's Ribs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fanofclendennon View Post
    But they have to be the big scoop kind. Those are the best!

    Those along with an order from Adam's Ribs.
    The movie.


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    Quote Originally Posted by clayamtion View Post
    The movie.
    No.

    M.A.S.H. reference to a place that supposedly made the best barbecue ribs. Radar figured out how to barter with the other units so Hawkeye and friends could get an order shipped to Korea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by clayamtion View Post
    A bag of Fritos, hopefully the big scoop kind.
    Extra Flaming Hot Cheetos will do it. A year supply.

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    I doubt we'd get much even if we ate a lot of his contract. If hes healthy and we keep Niese and Dickey we could have one of the best rotations in baseball.

    Dickey
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    That rotation would be deadly.
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    If we ate the money and pitches well, they could definitely get something for him. A potential frontline starter for the stretch run? If he is indeed healthy and effective, lots of teams would want him.

    That's a big if though I think.

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    If he had a great first half of the season, I think his value would be pretty high... maybe a top 70 prospect + another top 10 prospect from a team. Every team gets crazy and desperate at the deadline, especially for starting pitchers. Mets would likely need to eat some salary though to make a solid deal happen.

    If he's still injured/not his old self you'd maybe get Adam Lind.... (negative value trade).


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    Quote Originally Posted by StayOnBoard View Post
    If he had a great first half of the season, I think his value would be pretty high... maybe a top 70 prospect + another top 10 prospect from a team. Every team gets crazy and desperate at the deadline, especially for starting pitchers. Mets would likely need to eat some salary though to make a solid deal happen.

    If he's still injured/not his old self you'd maybe get Adam Lind.... (negative value trade).
    I agree, someone will be looking for a starter at the deadline. If he has a good half I can see us doing it as a salary dump. Nobody would give up a top prospect for a Johan rental

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    This question needs to wait till the all star break. Teams need to see how he rebounds from the injuries. If he pitches really well we can prob get a good prospect for him. More then likely he's going to struggle though. He has been riddled with injuries, his velocity has been down. I really have little faith in him lasting in the rotation past June. I hope I am wrong but he seems to be on a deep decline.


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    Quote Originally Posted by I<3ourProspects View Post
    what could we get for johan if we traded him at the deadline this summer, could we pay for most of his contact and get a decent prospect in return as in top 50?
    Depends on a couple things:

    First how is how Santana is pitching? Does he look like he can pitch a full season? Next, how is the Mets season going? A playoff push (even for just the second wildcard spot) would mean more for the Mets than any prospect they could get for even a healthy Santana. Last would Santana okay a trade?

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