Sox and Marlins had a trade talk for Hanley Ramirez (Source from TR)

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    Re: Sox and Marlins had a trade talk for Hanley Ramirez (Source from TR)

    True. But it also has to be for value and fit in return. Hanley in LF in Boston is a great fit for his 3 remaining contract years in his prime, a way better value than Holliday or Werth. Ellsbury is a great fit for Florida, and so was Lowrie. Red Sox still have the parts via 3rd team to make it a good deal for both teams. 

    Manny was a bad attitude. It is about performance. If Hanley performs elitely like he has done every year but one, who cares about where he wants to play or his bad attitude. Reggie Jackson had a bad attitude. Ellsbury has a bad attitude.
     
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    In Response to Re: Sox and Marlins had a trade talk for Hanley Ramirez (Source from TR):
    [QUOTE]I am not part Cherokee. Jacoby Ellsbury are not Navaho names. People use ethnic ancestry to further agendas. See the current political corpseman in the White House.
    Posted by hankwilliams[/QUOTE]

    Well, Ellsbury, if anything, has always downplayed his heritage.  

    Secondly, the fact that his surname is not a "Nava(h)o" name means ... what?  
     
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    "The trading Ramirez rumors simply won't go away. What we can go by is this: The Marlins have publicly stated numerous times that they want Ramirez to be their third baseman. Owner Jeffrey Loria, president David Samson, president of baseball operations Larry Beinfest and manager Ozzie Guillen have each spoken on the record about Ramirez remaining with the team. They wouldn't be so outspoken about it if they were trying to trade him. "
     
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    the fact that his surname is not a "Nava(h)o" name means ... what?

    It means that most people do not classify him as a member of a federally recogized tribe. If his name was "Toccoa", he would be viewed differently by Boston market.

    As for dowmplay, that word is meaningless. To even mention it as an ancestry, without mentioning all ethnic ancestry, and say "pride" is not dowmplaying it. It is upplaying it.

     
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    Jacoby McCabe Ellsbury was born on September 11, 1983, in Madras, Oregon (a small town on the east side of Mount Hood), and he and his three brothers grew up there.

    His father is a forester, working on the nearby Warm Springs Indian Reservation reservation; his mother, a full-blooded Navajo from Arizona, teaches children in special education classes there. The Warm Springs Indian Reservation is home not to Navajo but to the Warm Springs, Wasco and Paiute Tribes.

    Jacoby is officially registered as a member of the Colorado River Indians Tribe, with most of its people living on the Colorado River reservation, which straddles Arizona and California. Mohave, Chemehuevi, Hopi and Navajo live here.

     
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    I had a bm and named it Hanley.  Is that news too?
     
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    [QUOTE]I had a bm and named it Hanley.  Is that news too?
    Posted by cglassanos[/QUOTE]

    Did it whine about being moved to the toilet?
     
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    [QUOTE]I had a bm and named it Hanley.  Is that news too?
    Posted by cglassanos[/QUOTE]

    Two weeks ago, you could have had Kyle Weiland for it.
     
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    In Response to Re: Sox and Marlins had a trade talk for Hanley Ramirez (Source from TR):
    [QUOTE]I had a bm and named it Hanley.  Is that news too?
    Posted by cglassanos[/QUOTE]

    Apparently, it is now.  Thanks for the update.  Please let us know what you name your future bm's.  I'd like to suggest HankWilliams and UticaClub.  BurritoT wouldn't be a bad choice either, especially after a regrettable Taco Bell experience. 
     
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    Re: Sox and Marlins had a trade talk for Hanley Ramirez (Source from TR)

    "The trading Ramirez rumors simply won't go away. What we can go by is this: The Marlins have publicly stated numerous times that they want Ramirez to be their third baseman. Owner Jeffrey Loria, president David Samson, president of baseball operations Larry Beinfest and manager Ozzie Guillen have each spoken on the record about Ramirez remaining with the team. They wouldn't be so outspoken about it if they were trying to trade him. "


    WET BLANKET. THESE HANLEY THREADS NEED TO STOP.

     
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