In regard to starting pitching what would you do if you were GM?

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    Re: In regard to starting pitching what would you do if you were GM?

    Nothing says Wakefield can’t get on one of his streaks of quality starts.

    Nick, Nick, now, now, everything says that Wakefield can not get on any streak of quality starts.

    The talk of dealing Cameron and Scutaro is laughable! The only deal should be for a quality starting MLB ready performing well young pitcher, and that should involve Lowrie and/or Ellsbury with Scutaro bridging to Iglesias for for 2012 and Cameron bridging to Kalish for 2012. Reddick would move up, and the Red Sox will need to look at a trade this winter to get a solid young RH Of'er.

    To get young currently performing MLB well quality fit you must deal young current currently performing MLB well quality fit. The notion of dealing these old guys and eating the money is almost childish. And no way should the Red Sox part with any of the quality farm profiles to get a pitcher. You move them up a rung in the ladder and let the surplus that is getting close to FA go.
     
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    Re: In regard to starting pitching what would you do if you were GM?

    hey lloyd,
    i'm not sure you could get FELIX UNGER straight-UP for SLACKEY.
     
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    Re: In regard to starting pitching what would you do if you were GM?

    Colon is the posterboy for the benefits of HGH.  Gotta admit, the 'roids are raging for him!

    Give 'ol Dice the same 'rehab' treatment.  He'll be throwing 97 too in no time.


    Said tongue-in-cheek (in case you can't figure).
     
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