Hanley Ramirez

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    Hanley Ramirez

    If the sox are looking for a offensive shortstop he is the guy i want.he was injured last year but like every player they have an injury at sometime in their career.maybe swing a deal for Hanley and Anibel Sanchez and include Igleisias and Youkiliz and a prospect not mentioned.it would work out for both teams.then you could trade Scutaro and Lowrie for you would have your shortstop of the future.
     
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    No thanks.  Doesn't it set off any warning bells for you that the Marlins are looking seriously at signing Jose Reyes to be their long-term SS?
     
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    [QUOTE]No thanks.  Doesn't it set off any warning bells for you that the Marlins are looking seriously at signing Jose Reyes to be their long-term SS?
    Posted by parhunter1[/QUOTE]

    Yup, when the Marlins don't want him as their SS, you have to ask why.  Behind every trade, you have to understand the motive behind why someone wants to trade a player, to see if matches your motive.

    If they sign Reyes, they are screaming that Hanley can't play SS anymore.

    In any case, improving the best offense in the league is not our priority.  When Iglesias replaces Scutaro, itll be for hitting and $$$, not because he gives us more offense.
     
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    [QUOTE]If the sox are looking for a offensive shortstop he is the guy i want.he was injured last year but like every player they have an injury at sometime in their career.maybe swing a deal for Hanley and Anibel Sanchez and include Igleisias and Youkiliz and a prospect not mentioned.it would work out for both teams.then you could trade Scutaro and Lowrie for you would have your shortstop of the future.
    Posted by bosoxhero[/QUOTE]

    Let's send them Beckett and Lowell...
     
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    Hanley for Middlebrooks and Rinaudo or the next two best prospects. Put Hanley at third and leave him alone. 
    Ells, CC, Pedroia, AGon, Hanley, Youk, Beltran, Lavarnway, Scutaro.


     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Hanley Ramirez : Yup, when the Marlins don't want him as their SS, you have to ask why.  Behind every trade, you have to understand the motive behind why someone wants to trade a player, to see if matches your motive. If they sign Reyes, they are screaming that Hanley can't play SS anymore. In any case, improving the best offense in the league is not our priority.  When Iglesias replaces Scutaro, itll be for hitting and $$$, not because he gives us more offense.
    Posted by Joebreidey[/QUOTE]

    Just what the Sox need 'Hanley being Hanley' in a clubhouse that already has troubles policing itself. 

    Plus he's getting to the point in his career that he is being moved to another position, like 3B or possibly the OF.

    I hope the Sox FO have moved on from Hanley, SS is not a huge need for 2012. Stay focused Ben.
     
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    Hanley, would do us more good in either RF or 3b, he is cost prohibitve both in terms of prospects and money.
     
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    [QUOTE]Hanley for Middlebrooks and Rinaudo or the next two best prospects. Put Hanley at third and leave him alone.  Ells, CC, Pedroia, AGon, Hanley, Youk, Beltran, Lavarnway, Scutaro.
    Posted by MadMc44[/QUOTE]

    Two problems-

    1-Hanley has never played 3B, so you don't know his capabilities.

    2-You just increased our payroll by $15M and traded away our two best chips.

    So you just made the best offense in the league a little better, but still have Miller, Wake, and Weiland rotating through the 4/5 slots.
     
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    Hanley is a very good player when he wants to be, but comes with a bad attitude, so no thanks on him. Talented players on the field with bad attitudes equal disaster. The Sox can do better, and remember Middlebrooks and Iglelias are supposed to be our future left side of the infield.
     
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    Maybe back before the RS traded HR they had the right idea and that was making him an OF.That was the plan they had.
    If they do go after him I believe as a RF he'd be very good. Great arm and speed.
    Then he'd have to learn how to play the OF which is not as easy as it seems.

    The good thing is you would only have to worry about him making an error maybe twice a game on average.
     
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    Doesn't Hanley still have the same attitude he had when he was a relatively new member of the Red Sox organization and the team had to send Hanley home before the Arizona Instructional League has completed its season.  I believe the current Braves Mgr. and former Marlins Mgr. Fredi Gonzalez, who Hanley told he would not listen to Fredi had only played in the minor leagues.  I would rather see Youk, Lowrie, Scutaro and Aviles share 3B play for a season until the team determines whether Will Middlebrooks and Jose Iglesias are ready.
     
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    Ellsbury and Lowrie and any AAA/AA pitcher but Ranaudo and Barnes for Hanley, Anibal Sanchez and Marlins B Rated pitching prospect. Hanley needs to be moved to LF, Crawford to CF, and Reddick or Kalish should start in RF. Use Aviles on active roster and AAA callup if OF injury to cover 4th OFer. Offer Mac a minor league contract to park in AAA.

    No question the Red Sox should buy low and aquire Hanley for OF. Hanley cannot block a trade, not that he would. Middlebrooks should not be traded.   

    Cherry must be aggressive in 2011-12 trade market, not 2011-2012 FA market. 
     
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    I agree with those who are concerned about his attitude.  The game is funny when we hear about the Sports Psychologists hired to manage those with bad attitudes.  What did an owner and manager do in the years before Sports Psychologists? Bench their a--, trade them, ship them to the minors.
    To be given physical gifts, an opportunity to make millions also has another side, respect the game, respect your manager, your team, your fans, give something back.
    The game of baseball may wake up and recognize  as a general notion, that the kid in Triple AAA, waiting for his chance is better than the tempermental, team chemistry destroying, fan rude man-child suiting up before the game. The Sports Psychologist, should at some point tell the owners, all of them, there is a line when, no matter what the talent level, the behavior does not belong in the game. Owners should agree for the sake of the game and to make a statement, playing the game has a minimum level of individual responsibility and respect, if you cannot abide, see yah!!!
    Send them packing, let them try another career where they will make millions.
     
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    [QUOTE]Hanley for Middlebrooks and Rinaudo or the next two best prospects. Put Hanley at third and leave him alone.  Ells, CC, Pedroia, AGon, Hanley, Youk, Beltran, Lavarnway, Scutaro.
    Posted by MadMc44[/QUOTE]

    The Marlins plan to move him to third if they pick up a shortstop.  Also with a new stadium and ther drive to increase the "involvement" of the Latin community, they will not be moving him barring something ridulous happening.
     
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    Softlaw's Law (no pun intended)= trade anyone...for Jacoby Ellsbury.

    Although I do think Hanley Ramirez would be a good fit, and that would be a decent trade. 
     
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    In Response to Re: Hanley Ramirez:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Hanley Ramirez : Two problems- 1-Hanley has never played 3B, so you don't know his capabilities. 2-You just increased our payroll by $15M and traded away our two best chips. So you just made the best offense in the league a little better, but still have Miller, Wake, and Weiland rotating through the 4/5 slots.
    Posted by Joebreidey[/QUOTE]

    Joe, don't you think that any player that has played major league SS would transition to 3b rather easily, Ripken, A Rod, Petrocelli etc. ??
     
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    two words.......HELL NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    In Response to Re: Hanley Ramirez:
    [QUOTE]Hanley for Middlebrooks and Rinaudo or the next two best prospects. Put Hanley at third and leave him alone.  Ells, CC, Pedroia, AGon, Hanley, Youk, Beltran, Lavarnway, Scutaro.
    Posted by MadMc44[/QUOTE]

    this is a completely horrible idea.
     
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    The good thing is you would only have to worry about him making an error maybe twice a game on average.

    That's right. We have our own error machine at SS....why get another one.
     
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    [QUOTE]The good thing is you would only have to worry about him making an error maybe twice a game on average. That's right. We have our own error machine at SS....why get another one.
    Posted by Alibiike[/QUOTE]

    Not true
    http://mlb.mlb.com/stats/sortable.jsp?c_id=mlb&tcid=mm_mlb_stats#sectionType=sp&playerType=QUALIFIER&statType=fielding&page_type=SortablePlayer&season=2011&season_type=ANY&sportCode='mlb'&league_code='AL'&split=&team_id=&active_sw=&game_type='R'&position='6'&sortOrder='desc'&sortColumn=fpct&results=&page=1&perPage=50&timeframe=&extended=0&last_x_days=&ts=1321882984663&tab_level=child&click_text=Sortable+Player+fielding
     
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    [QUOTE]The good thing is you would only have to worry about him making an error maybe twice a game on average. That's right. We have our own error machine at SS....why get another one.
    Posted by Alibiike[/QUOTE]

    Scutaro's issues are range and durability, not errors.

     
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      FOLLOW THE BLOOD LINE AND LAST NAME !!   JUST "DESPICABLE" !!!
     
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    Rumor is that AllibiIke found a fifty dollar bill on the sidewalk near his house and then complained that it was soiled and wrinkled.
     
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    In Response to Re: Hanley Ramirez:
    [QUOTE]Rumor is that AllibiIke found a fifty dollar bill on the sidewalk near his house and then complained that it was soiled and wrinkled.
    Posted by UticaClub[/QUOTE]


    Good one.  You are more funny when you come back refreshed... you should go away more often and for longer stretches; then you would be hilarious.
     
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    I disagreed with most posters about trading away Barnes, Ranaudo, Middlebrook, Ellsbury, etc.  They will all could be a possible future starting homegrown players for the Red Sox team as well for the new team.   Seriously, Boston will not trade their top five talent prospects until the farm system start to rebuild within two to three years.  Right now Boston farm system is becoming one of the worst in MLB. 

    That is why I do not think Boston will make a block buster trade this year. Maybe just a minor deals!!!  Unless Florida just want to unload Hanley for a salary relief!!!

    Anyway, who are trade baits:  Lowrie, Scutaro, Aviles, Lar Anderson, Bowen, Tawaza, Reddick, etc!  
     

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