dan72 wrote:The Orioles and Yankees are "leading the parade of teams that already have interest" in Miami's Ricky Nolasco.
A_K wrote:Sanchez was two years younger and much better than Nolasco. Why would they require similar compensation?
A_K wrote:1) There's no guarantee of anything
2) The fact that he's a free agent after the season is a good thing, as is his lack of attached draft pick compensation. Both have the effect of deflating the price he could fetch in a trade.
3) Sanchez was two years younger and much better than Nolasco. Why would they require similar compensation?
4) Just because I need to eat three meals by the end of the day doesn't mean I should pass on breakfast because it'll only count as one.
Accepting that as a given for argument's sake, which prospect(s) would you be willing to offer? I remind you that we have a VERY thin farm system.
mikezpen wrote:There's very little I'd trade Henry Urrutia for. And this guy ain't one.
Rising O's wrote:We traded a bullpen arm for Saunders last year. You can expect the same for Nolasco. The Marlins want to be rid of that 4 million.
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