Re: Memo To Cherry: Trade Proposal: Ellsbury, Bailey and Carp for Rangers top prospect & Moreland
posted at 3/16/2013 9:56 AM EDT
In response to softlaw2's comment:
The "don't trade Ellsbury" folks aren't even good at pretending they would. Joe either can't read or values Bailey at sub-zero. Ditto for the other catatonic trollers.
Folks, it's Ellsbury for a year, plus draft compensation for next year, plus Bailedy. If I read one of you numnuts post "he thinks they'll trade a top prospect for Ellsbury", I'm going to call you pathological liars. There, I already did it.
Follow along, numnuts:
The Rangers are looking for a good pen arm.
When Ellsbury goes, they get draft compensation plus they control
Bailey for 2 more years.
Don't be scared that Cherry will trade Ellsbury, he's never even considred it. The reports that "he just wasn't getting anything" are nonsense. A player with draft compensation will get "something", particularly when he comes with a cheap solid young pen arm for 2 more years.
The reason Cherry is hanging on to Ellsbury is because you numnuts call him "the best player on the team" and "we love watching him because he upsets pitchers when he's not on the disabled list".
It's too bad that Cherry didn't get the same feedback on that bum Wastefield. He would have traded Ellsbury if he felt the Red Sox fans weren't going to cry about it.
How much do you think that ~#33 draft comp is worth? Maybe someone like Cecchini? Someone like Profar is probably worth 3-4 #33 picks.
I can tell you are mentally unraveling when you are reduced to nothing but insults. Insults are the response from the intellectually-challenged when logic has failed.
And the 3rd paragraph once again demonstrates just how fragile you are psychologically. Wakefield, seriously? Can you not get past him? Do you dream of him at night?
Once again, you have proven yourself incapable of an adult conversation, and seemingly bereft of BB knowledge.
The Rangers are not giving up the #1 prospect in BB for one year of Ellsbury, no matter how great you think he is, a #33 pick, and a BP arm.