Matt Kemp & Jacobie Ellsberry

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    Kemp

     
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    Pathetic, childish drivel.  Tomorrow we'll see a bunch more this post has been removed signs.

     
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    Softbrain.

     
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    Would a struggling desperate team with financial resources (such as the Seattle Mariners) be better off signing Jacoby Ellsbury to a seven-year, $150 million contract (forfeiting a second-round draft pick) or trading, say, 22-year-old middle infielder Nick Franklin for Matt Kemp with the six years and $128 million remaining on Kemp's contract?

     
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    Would a struggling desperate team with financial resources (such as the Seattle Mariners) be better off signing Jacoby Ellsbury to a seven-year, $150 million contract (forfeiting a second-round draft pick) or trading, say, 22-year-old middle infielder Nick Franklin for Matt Kemp with the six years and $128 million remaining on Kemp's contract?



    You would do neither.

    kemp is an overpay at $21M+.  With his injury history, and his increasing K/W, it is too much to pay, even if offered for free.  Franklin is worth a substantial amount.

    Nor would I sign Ellsbury if I were you, especially not to $150M/7.

     
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    Pathetic, childish drivel.  Tomorrow we'll see a bunch more this post has been removed signs.



    Is it wrong to have cracked Softy like an egg, and watch him melt down like this?  It is a fascinating study to watch someone with a half-decent brain, just fall to pieces like this.

    If/when I make a mistake, I try to figure out why, so I don't make the same mistake.  Softy is just flailing at everything now.

     
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