Marlins will require Bradley, Bogearts, Barnes & Middlebrooks for Stanton because they will get at least that if they put Stanton on the market

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    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    I also think JBJ, Barnes, Cecchini would also be a good alternative as a way to keep XB.

    With specifics come proof that your thinking is delusional. There is no "way to keep XB". In fact, there is no way to keep any of the top 3 B's, as the competition will eclipse that with MLB solid younger starter profile plus top prospects.

    I understand you love Ellsbury and wanted him given a big FA contract, but it's not happening. You have a better chance that Bradley will end up in RF, beside Ellsbury, which isn't happening either.

    You need to cherish the last partial or full season for Ellsbury, and just hope he isn't back on the DL. You can then become a fan of the team that foolishly gives him a FA contract.



    what does JAcoby have to do with me wanting to trade for Stanton?? please point out where i said anything that resembles that.. I want to trade for stanton because he is a stud. The dude is a monster and would put up disgusting numbers in fenway park. by the time 2014 rolls around the sox will be offering young cost controlled "MLB solid younger starter profile" in JBJ (especially if we keep him in the minors for 2 weeks) and top prospects in Barnes-Cecchini/Bogaerts. So boom goes the dynamite on your counter-point.

    I understand you love J Upton and wanted to trade the farm for him + give him a big FA contract, but it's not happening. That doesn't mean the sox shouldn't trade for a real stud in Stanton, who is a better player offensively and defensively than bad attitude Upton who only has 3 years left at a high price until he seeks another large contract. Stanton is cost controlled somewhat until 2017 and a bonafide monster.

     
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    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    I also think JBJ, Barnes, Cecchini would also be a good alternative as a way to keep XB.

    With specifics come proof that your thinking is delusional. There is no "way to keep XB". In fact, there is no way to keep any of the top 3 B's, as the competition will eclipse that with MLB solid younger starter profile plus top prospects.

    I understand you love Ellsbury and wanted him given a big FA contract, but it's not happening. You have a better chance that Bradley will end up in RF, beside Ellsbury, which isn't happening either.

    You need to cherish the last partial or full season for Ellsbury, and just hope he isn't back on the DL. You can then become a fan of the team that foolishly gives him a FA contract.



    what does JAcoby have to do with me wanting to trade for Stanton?? please point out where i said anything that resembles that.. I want to trade for stanton because he is a stud. The dude is a monster and would put up disgusting numbers in fenway park. by the time 2014 rolls around the sox will be offering young cost controlled "MLB solid younger starter profile" in JBJ (especially if we keep him in the minors for 2 weeks) and top prospects in Barnes-Cecchini/Bogaerts. So boom goes the dynamite on your counter-point.

    I understand you love J Upton and wanted to trade the farm for him + give him a big FA contract, but it's not happening. That doesn't mean the sox shouldn't trade for a real stud in Stanton, who is a better player offensively and defensively than bad attitude Upton who only has 3 years left at a high price until he seeks another large contract. Stanton is cost controlled somewhat until 2017 and a bonafide monster.

     
  3. You have chosen to ignore posts from mef429. Show mef429's posts

    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    I also think JBJ, Barnes, Cecchini would also be a good alternative as a way to keep XB.

    With specifics come proof that your thinking is delusional. There is no "way to keep XB". In fact, there is no way to keep any of the top 3 B's, as the competition will eclipse that with MLB solid younger starter profile plus top prospects.

    I understand you love Ellsbury and wanted him given a big FA contract, but it's not happening. You have a better chance that Bradley will end up in RF, beside Ellsbury, which isn't happening either.

    You need to cherish the last partial or full season for Ellsbury, and just hope he isn't back on the DL. You can then become a fan of the team that foolishly gives him a FA contract.



    what does JAcoby have to do with me wanting to trade for Stanton?? please point out where i said anything that resembles that.. I want to trade for stanton because he is a stud. The dude is a monster and would put up disgusting numbers in fenway park. by the time 2014 rolls around the sox will be offering young cost controlled "MLB solid younger starter profile" in JBJ (especially if we keep him in the minors for 2 weeks) and top prospects in Barnes-Cecchini/Bogaerts. So boom goes the dynamite on your counter-point.

    I understand you love J Upton and wanted to trade the farm for him + give him a big FA contract, but it's not happening. That doesn't mean the sox shouldn't trade for a real stud in Stanton, who is a better player offensively and defensively than bad attitude Upton who only has 3 years left at a high price until he seeks another large contract. Stanton is cost controlled somewhat until 2017 and a bonafide monster.

     
  4. You have chosen to ignore posts from mef429. Show mef429's posts

    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    I also think JBJ, Barnes, Cecchini would also be a good alternative as a way to keep XB.

    With specifics come proof that your thinking is delusional. There is no "way to keep XB". In fact, there is no way to keep any of the top 3 B's, as the competition will eclipse that with MLB solid younger starter profile plus top prospects.

    I understand you love Ellsbury and wanted him given a big FA contract, but it's not happening. You have a better chance that Bradley will end up in RF, beside Ellsbury, which isn't happening either.

    You need to cherish the last partial or full season for Ellsbury, and just hope he isn't back on the DL. You can then become a fan of the team that foolishly gives him a FA contract.



    what does JAcoby have to do with me wanting to trade for Stanton?? please point out where i said anything that resembles that.. I want to trade for stanton because he is a stud. The dude is a monster and would put up disgusting numbers in fenway park. by the time 2014 rolls around the sox will be offering young cost controlled "MLB solid younger starter profile" in JBJ (especially if we keep him in the minors for 2 weeks) and top prospects in Barnes-Cecchini/Bogaerts. So boom goes the dynamite on your counter-point.

    I understand you love J Upton and wanted to trade the farm for him + give him a big FA contract, but it's not happening. That doesn't mean the sox shouldn't trade for a real stud in Stanton, who is a better player offensively and defensively than bad attitude Upton who only has 3 years left at a high price until he seeks another large contract. Stanton is cost controlled somewhat until 2017 and a bonafide monster.

     
  5. You have chosen to ignore posts from mef429. Show mef429's posts

    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    I also think JBJ, Barnes, Cecchini would also be a good alternative as a way to keep XB.

    With specifics come proof that your thinking is delusional. There is no "way to keep XB". In fact, there is no way to keep any of the top 3 B's, as the competition will eclipse that with MLB solid younger starter profile plus top prospects.

    I understand you love Ellsbury and wanted him given a big FA contract, but it's not happening. You have a better chance that Bradley will end up in RF, beside Ellsbury, which isn't happening either.

    You need to cherish the last partial or full season for Ellsbury, and just hope he isn't back on the DL. You can then become a fan of the team that foolishly gives him a FA contract.



    what does JAcoby have to do with me wanting to trade for Stanton?? please point out where i said anything that resembles that.. I want to trade for stanton because he is a stud. The dude is a monster and would put up disgusting numbers in fenway park. by the time 2014 rolls around the sox will be offering young cost controlled "MLB solid younger starter profile" in JBJ (especially if we keep him in the minors for 2 weeks) and top prospects in Barnes-Cecchini/Bogaerts. So boom goes the dynamite on your counter-point.

    I understand you love J Upton and wanted to trade the farm for him + give him a big FA contract, but it's not happening. That doesn't mean the sox shouldn't trade for a real stud in Stanton, who is a better player offensively and defensively than bad attitude Upton who only has 3 years left at a high price until he seeks another large contract. Stanton is cost controlled somewhat until 2017 and a bonafide monster.

     
  6. You have chosen to ignore posts from mef429. Show mef429's posts

    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    I also think JBJ, Barnes, Cecchini would also be a good alternative as a way to keep XB.

    With specifics come proof that your thinking is delusional. There is no "way to keep XB". In fact, there is no way to keep any of the top 3 B's, as the competition will eclipse that with MLB solid younger starter profile plus top prospects.

    I understand you love Ellsbury and wanted him given a big FA contract, but it's not happening. You have a better chance that Bradley will end up in RF, beside Ellsbury, which isn't happening either.

    You need to cherish the last partial or full season for Ellsbury, and just hope he isn't back on the DL. You can then become a fan of the team that foolishly gives him a FA contract.



    what does JAcoby have to do with me wanting to trade for Stanton?? please point out where i said anything that resembles that.. I want to trade for stanton because he is a stud. The dude is a monster and would put up disgusting numbers in fenway park. by the time 2014 rolls around the sox will be offering young cost controlled "MLB solid younger starter profile" in JBJ (especially if we keep him in the minors for 2 weeks) and top prospects in Barnes-Cecchini/Bogaerts. So boom goes the dynamite on your counter-point.

    I understand you love J Upton and wanted to trade the farm for him + give him a big FA contract, but it's not happening. That doesn't mean the sox shouldn't trade for a real stud in Stanton, who is a better player offensively and defensively than bad attitude Upton who only has 3 years left at a high price until he seeks another large contract. Stanton is cost controlled somewhat until 2017 and a bonafide monster.

     
  7. You have chosen to ignore posts from mef429. Show mef429's posts

    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    I also think JBJ, Barnes, Cecchini would also be a good alternative as a way to keep XB.

    With specifics come proof that your thinking is delusional. There is no "way to keep XB". In fact, there is no way to keep any of the top 3 B's, as the competition will eclipse that with MLB solid younger starter profile plus top prospects.

    I understand you love Ellsbury and wanted him given a big FA contract, but it's not happening. You have a better chance that Bradley will end up in RF, beside Ellsbury, which isn't happening either.

    You need to cherish the last partial or full season for Ellsbury, and just hope he isn't back on the DL. You can then become a fan of the team that foolishly gives him a FA contract.



    what does JAcoby have to do with me wanting to trade for Stanton?? please point out where i said anything that resembles that.. I want to trade for stanton because he is a stud. The dude is a monster and would put up disgusting numbers in fenway park. by the time 2014 rolls around the sox will be offering young cost controlled "MLB solid younger starter profile" in JBJ (especially if we keep him in the minors for 2 weeks) and top prospects in Barnes-Cecchini/Bogaerts. So boom goes the dynamite on your counter-point.

    I understand you love J Upton and wanted to trade the farm for him + give him a big FA contract, but it's not happening. That doesn't mean the sox shouldn't trade for a real stud in Stanton, who is a better player offensively and defensively than bad attitude Upton who only has 3 years left at a high price until he seeks another large contract. Stanton is cost controlled somewhat until 2017 and a bonafide monster.

     
  8. You have chosen to ignore posts from mef429. Show mef429's posts

    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    I also think JBJ, Barnes, Cecchini would also be a good alternative as a way to keep XB.

    With specifics come proof that your thinking is delusional. There is no "way to keep XB". In fact, there is no way to keep any of the top 3 B's, as the competition will eclipse that with MLB solid younger starter profile plus top prospects.

    I understand you love Ellsbury and wanted him given a big FA contract, but it's not happening. You have a better chance that Bradley will end up in RF, beside Ellsbury, which isn't happening either.

    You need to cherish the last partial or full season for Ellsbury, and just hope he isn't back on the DL. You can then become a fan of the team that foolishly gives him a FA contract.



    what does JAcoby have to do with me wanting to trade for Stanton?? please point out where i said anything that resembles that.. I want to trade for stanton because he is a stud. The dude is a monster and would put up disgusting numbers in fenway park. by the time 2014 rolls around the sox will be offering young cost controlled "MLB solid younger starter profile" in JBJ (especially if we keep him in the minors for 2 weeks) and top prospects in Barnes-Cecchini/Bogaerts. So boom goes the dynamite on your counter-point.

    I understand you love J Upton and wanted to trade the farm for him + give him a big FA contract, but it's not happening. That doesn't mean the sox shouldn't trade for a real stud in Stanton, who is a better player offensively and defensively than bad attitude Upton who only has 3 years left at a high price until he seeks another large contract. Stanton is cost controlled somewhat until 2017 and a bonafide monster.

     
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  13. You have chosen to ignore posts from mef429. Show mef429's posts

    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    ounter-point.

     

    I understand you love J Upton and wanted to trade the farm for him

    In fact, unlike Stanton, the Red Sox could have kept all of their top 3 prospects.

    As for Stanton, you are delusional if you think the competition doesn't require all of those 3 prospects plus Middlebrooks. You are talking "stud" because you are delusional about what it would take to acquire him. It's not going to happen because the Red Sox correctly won't truly trade the farm and a top young MLB player for Stanton.



    we will see when he eventually hits the market.

     
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    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    ounter-point.

     

    I understand you love J Upton and wanted to trade the farm for him

    In fact, unlike Stanton, the Red Sox could have kept all of their top 3 prospects.

    As for Stanton, you are delusional if you think the competition doesn't require all of those 3 prospects plus Middlebrooks. You are talking "stud" because you are delusional about what it would take to acquire him. It's not going to happen because the Red Sox correctly won't truly trade the farm and a top young MLB player for Stanton.



    we will see when he eventually hits the market. Then i will be able to give a more accurate trade proposal based on what our prospects are doing.

     
  15. You have chosen to ignore posts from mef429. Show mef429's posts

    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    ounter-point.

     

    I understand you love J Upton and wanted to trade the farm for him

    In fact, unlike Stanton, the Red Sox could have kept all of their top 3 prospects.

    As for Stanton, you are delusional if you think the competition doesn't require all of those 3 prospects plus Middlebrooks. You are talking "stud" because you are delusional about what it would take to acquire him. It's not going to happen because the Red Sox correctly won't truly trade the farm and a top young MLB player for Stanton.



    we will see when he eventually hits the market. Then i will be able to give a more accurate trade proposal based on what our prospects are doing.

     
  16. You have chosen to ignore posts from mef429. Show mef429's posts

    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    ounter-point.

     

    I understand you love J Upton and wanted to trade the farm for him

    In fact, unlike Stanton, the Red Sox could have kept all of their top 3 prospects.

    As for Stanton, you are delusional if you think the competition doesn't require all of those 3 prospects plus Middlebrooks. You are talking "stud" because you are delusional about what it would take to acquire him. It's not going to happen because the Red Sox correctly won't truly trade the farm and a top young MLB player for Stanton.



    we will see when he eventually hits the market. Then i will be able to give a more accurate trade proposal based on what our prospects are doing.

     
  17. You have chosen to ignore posts from mef429. Show mef429's posts

    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    ounter-point.

     

    I understand you love J Upton and wanted to trade the farm for him

    In fact, unlike Stanton, the Red Sox could have kept all of their top 3 prospects.

    As for Stanton, you are delusional if you think the competition doesn't require all of those 3 prospects plus Middlebrooks. You are talking "stud" because you are delusional about what it would take to acquire him. It's not going to happen because the Red Sox correctly won't truly trade the farm and a top young MLB player for Stanton.



    we will see when he eventually hits the market. Then i will be able to give a more accurate trade proposal based on what our prospects are doing.

     
  18. You have chosen to ignore posts from mef429. Show mef429's posts

    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    ounter-point.

     

    I understand you love J Upton and wanted to trade the farm for him

    In fact, unlike Stanton, the Red Sox could have kept all of their top 3 prospects.

    As for Stanton, you are delusional if you think the competition doesn't require all of those 3 prospects plus Middlebrooks. You are talking "stud" because you are delusional about what it would take to acquire him. It's not going to happen because the Red Sox correctly won't truly trade the farm and a top young MLB player for Stanton.



    we will see when he eventually hits the market. Then i will be able to give a more accurate trade proposal based on what our prospects are doing.

     
  19. You have chosen to ignore posts from mef429. Show mef429's posts

    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    ounter-point.

     

    I understand you love J Upton and wanted to trade the farm for him

    In fact, unlike Stanton, the Red Sox could have kept all of their top 3 prospects.

    As for Stanton, you are delusional if you think the competition doesn't require all of those 3 prospects plus Middlebrooks. You are talking "stud" because you are delusional about what it would take to acquire him. It's not going to happen because the Red Sox correctly won't truly trade the farm and a top young MLB player for Stanton.



    we will see when he eventually hits the market. Then i will be able to give a more accurate trade proposal based on what our prospects are doing.

     
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  22. You have chosen to ignore posts from mef429. Show mef429's posts

    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    He won't be hitting the market anytime soon. He's all that seprates Miami from a near "forced sale" like meltdown. He's the only cheap show they have, which is why he hasn't been traded. If you think Cherry has hung on to Ellsbury like he's Babe Ruth, you should wait and see how the art dealer hangs on to Stanton.



    i said the earliest i think he would be put on the market was 2014..

     
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    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    He won't be hitting the market anytime soon. He's all that seprates Miami from a near "forced sale" like meltdown. He's the only cheap show they have, which is why he hasn't been traded. If you think Cherry has hung on to Ellsbury like he's Babe Ruth, you should wait and see how the art dealer hangs on to Stanton.



    i said the earliest i think he would be put on the market was 2014..

     
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    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    I have nothing further to say. Thanks you.



    Thats great for you, because thats one of the dumbest trade ideas since Frank Robinson for Milt Pappas. And since theres no way its going to happen, Im forced to wonder why you started a thread about it?

     
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    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    I have nothing further to say. Thanks you.



    Thats great for you, because thats one of the dumbest trade ideas since Frank Robinson for Milt Pappas. And since theres no way its going to happen, Im forced to wonder why you started a thread about it?

     

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