Ervin Santana anyone?

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    Sources: willing to listen on Ervin Santana, would move for right offer.

     
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    Sources: #Royals willing to listen on Ervin Santana, would move for right offer.

     



    Depends on the offer...he won't come cheap and based on the deal the cubs made with Texas. I would think that Bradley and or Boegharts would likely have to be on the table...

     
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    Depends on the offer...he won't come cheap and based on the deal the cubs made with Texas. I would think that Bradley and or Boegharts would likely have to be on the table...

     

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    The Red Sox would walk away from that table and laugh.  I'd consider giving up one of our top pitching prospects + and try to get them to include Hochevar (Hochaver?)

     
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    Found this article from MLB.com.Here's a paragraph and a link to read the whole thing.:

    http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20130724&content_id=54622860&notebook_id=54632386&vkey=notebook_cws&c_id=cws

    MLB.com has learned that third baseman Will Middlebrooks, currently playing for Triple-A Pawtucket, has been mentioned in trade discussions with Boston involving right-handed hurler Jake Peavy. Middlebrooks, at 24, would fill a need moving forward as an impact type player to help fill out the White Sox infield. Strangely enough, it was Middlebrooks' emergence in Boston last year that played a part in Kevin Youkilis becoming available for the White Sox.

     
     
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    Found this article from MLB.com.Here's a paragraph and a link to read the whole thing.:

    http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20130724&content_id=54622860&notebook_id=54632386&vkey=notebook_cws&c_id=cws

    MLB.com has learned that third baseman Will Middlebrooks, currently playing for Triple-A Pawtucket, has been mentioned in trade discussions with Boston involving right-handed hurler Jake Peavy. Middlebrooks, at 24, would fill a need moving forward as an impact type player to help fill out the White Sox infield. Strangely enough, it was Middlebrooks' emergence in Boston last year that played a part in Kevin Youkilis becoming available for the White Sox.

     



    I rather trade for Santana then Peavy

     
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    Strangely enough, two winters ago, I suggested we trade Middlebrooks to the White Sox for Gavin Floyd.

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    Larry Andersen anyone? Andersen acquired in a late season trade to bolster the bullpen (sound familar?) became known more for his trade cost than his contributions; 25K's 3 BB's only 3 Earned runs in 22 innings good for a 1.22 ERA. Curiously, he was charged with 3 blown saves, despite being scored upon in just two games. The team finished in first place, so he didn't kill them. His cost? A little minor leaguer named Jeff Bagwell.

     
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    Peavy, Crain and Rios for Middlebrooks and two minor league middle tier prospects.

     
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    Larry Andersen anyone? Andersen acquired in a late season trade to bolster the bullpen (sound familar?) became known more for his trade cost than his contributions; 25K's 3 BB's only 3 Earned runs in 22 innings good for a 1.22 ERA. Curiously, he was charged with 3 blown saves, despite being scored upon in just two games. The team finished in first place, so he didn't kill them. His cost? A little minor leaguer named Jeff Bagwell.



    A little minor leaguer that got awful big....

     
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    Middlebrooks for Peavy straight up?.........absolutely not.......

     

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