Hypothetically, sure. But the question is whether it is worth the risk to let him play on another team over a few million dollars.
Originally Posted by Dugmet
No, it isn't.
To your point, Hairston hasn't signed with anyone yet and Spring Training is still a few weeks away. It's quite likely he'll end up signing with us for closer to what Sandy wants to pay him. Let's just hope Sandy knows what he's doing. But he showed us with the Reyes debacle that he doesn't always.
"Gods always behave like the people who make them."