Subtract AGon, Crawbust and Buckett in Deal of the Century and Replace them with Ross, Napoli, Shane, Dempster and Drew and you get Greatest Deal of All Time

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    In response to Softlaw1's comment:
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    Out: Crawbust and AGon and Buckett = ~78 million in Labor Costs   "Deal of the Century"

    In: Napoli and Shane and Ross and Dumpster and Drew = ~ 50 million in Labor Costs "Greatest Deal of all time"

    The beauty of this is that the Red Sox are spending 28 million less for 2nd and 3rd rate MLB players who provide value in quantity.

    How did the A's do it in 2012.

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    Softlaw don't forget about the prospects we received and the number of years we've freed up.

     
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    In response to Softlaw1's comment:
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    Out: Crawbust and AGon and Buckett = ~78 million in Labor Costs   "Deal of the Century"

    In: Napoli and Shane and Ross and Dumpster and Drew = ~ 50 million in Labor Costs "Greatest Deal of all time"

    The beauty of this is that the Red Sox are spending 28 million less for 2nd and 3rd rate MLB players who provide value in quantity.

    How did the A's do it in 2012.

    [/QUOTE]


    Softlaw don't forget about the prospects we received and the number of years we've freed up.

     
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    In response to Softlaw1's comment:
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    Out: Crawbust and AGon and Buckett = ~78 million in Labor Costs   "Deal of the Century"

    In: Napoli and Shane and Ross and Dumpster and Drew = ~ 50 million in Labor Costs "Greatest Deal of all time"

    The beauty of this is that the Red Sox are spending 28 million less for 2nd and 3rd rate MLB players who provide value in quantity.

    How did the A's do it in 2012.

    [/QUOTE]


    Softlaw don't forget about the prospects we received and the number of years we've freed up.

     
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    In response to Softlaw1's comment:
    [QUOTE]

    Out: Crawbust and AGon and Buckett = ~78 million in Labor Costs   "Deal of the Century"

    In: Napoli and Shane and Ross and Dumpster and Drew = ~ 50 million in Labor Costs "Greatest Deal of all time"

    The beauty of this is that the Red Sox are spending 28 million less for 2nd and 3rd rate MLB players who provide value in quantity.

    How did the A's do it in 2012.

    [/QUOTE]


    Softlaw don't forget about the prospects we received and the number of years we've freed up.

     
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    In response to Softlaw1's comment:
    [QUOTE]

    Out: Crawbust and AGon and Buckett = ~78 million in Labor Costs   "Deal of the Century"

    In: Napoli and Shane and Ross and Dumpster and Drew = ~ 50 million in Labor Costs "Greatest Deal of all time"

    The beauty of this is that the Red Sox are spending 28 million less for 2nd and 3rd rate MLB players who provide value in quantity.

    How did the A's do it in 2012.

    [/QUOTE]


    Softlaw don't forget about the prospects we received and the number of years we've freed up.

     
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    In response to Softlaw1's comment:
    [QUOTE]

    Out: Crawbust and AGon and Buckett = ~78 million in Labor Costs   "Deal of the Century"

    In: Napoli and Shane and Ross and Dumpster and Drew = ~ 50 million in Labor Costs "Greatest Deal of all time"

    The beauty of this is that the Red Sox are spending 28 million less for 2nd and 3rd rate MLB players who provide value in quantity.

    How did the A's do it in 2012.

    [/QUOTE]


    Softlaw don't forget about the prospects we received and the number of years we've freed up.

     
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    In response to Softlaw1's comment:
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    Out: Crawbust and AGon and Buckett = ~78 million in Labor Costs   "Deal of the Century"

    In: Napoli and Shane and Ross and Dumpster and Drew = ~ 50 million in Labor Costs "Greatest Deal of all time"

    The beauty of this is that the Red Sox are spending 28 million less for 2nd and 3rd rate MLB players who provide value in quantity.

    How did the A's do it in 2012.

    [/QUOTE]


    Softlaw don't forget about the prospects we received and the number of years we've freed up.

     
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    In response to Softlaw1's comment:
    [QUOTE]

    Out: Crawbust and AGon and Buckett = ~78 million in Labor Costs   "Deal of the Century"

    In: Napoli and Shane and Ross and Dumpster and Drew = ~ 50 million in Labor Costs "Greatest Deal of all time"

    The beauty of this is that the Red Sox are spending 28 million less for 2nd and 3rd rate MLB players who provide value in quantity.

    How did the A's do it in 2012.

    [/QUOTE]


    Softlaw don't forget about the prospects we received and the number of years we've freed up.

     
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    In response to Softlaw1's comment:
    [QUOTE]

    Out: Crawbust and AGon and Buckett = ~78 million in Labor Costs   "Deal of the Century"

    In: Napoli and Shane and Ross and Dumpster and Drew = ~ 50 million in Labor Costs "Greatest Deal of all time"

    The beauty of this is that the Red Sox are spending 28 million less for 2nd and 3rd rate MLB players who provide value in quantity.

    How did the A's do it in 2012.

    [/QUOTE]


    Softlaw don't forget about the prospects we received and the number of years we've freed up.

     
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    In response to Softlaw1's comment:
    [QUOTE]

    Out: Crawbust and AGon and Buckett = ~78 million in Labor Costs   "Deal of the Century"

    In: Napoli and Shane and Ross and Dumpster and Drew = ~ 50 million in Labor Costs "Greatest Deal of all time"

    The beauty of this is that the Red Sox are spending 28 million less for 2nd and 3rd rate MLB players who provide value in quantity.

    How did the A's do it in 2012.

    [/QUOTE]


    Softlaw don't forget about the prospects we received and the number of years we've freed up.

     
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    In response to Softlaw1's comment:
    [QUOTE]

    Out: Crawbust and AGon and Buckett = ~78 million in Labor Costs   "Deal of the Century"

    In: Napoli and Shane and Ross and Dumpster and Drew = ~ 50 million in Labor Costs "Greatest Deal of all time"

    The beauty of this is that the Red Sox are spending 28 million less for 2nd and 3rd rate MLB players who provide value in quantity.

    How did the A's do it in 2012.

    [/QUOTE]


    Softlaw don't forget about the prospects we received and the number of years we've freed up.

     
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    In response to Softlaw1's comment:
    [QUOTE]

    Out: Crawbust and AGon and Buckett = ~78 million in Labor Costs   "Deal of the Century"

    In: Napoli and Shane and Ross and Dumpster and Drew = ~ 50 million in Labor Costs "Greatest Deal of all time"

    The beauty of this is that the Red Sox are spending 28 million less for 2nd and 3rd rate MLB players who provide value in quantity.

    How did the A's do it in 2012.

    [/QUOTE]


    Softlaw don't forget about the prospects we received and the number of years we've freed up.

     
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    You are never going to get it.

     
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    You are never going to get it.

     
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    It's a transition year or two...my guess is two.

    I really don't think it matters what they do for a while since they won't be competative in their division....regardless of what they do....too many holes, Ellsbury situation, 1st base, catching(Napoli is damaged goods), the whole outfield, really, pitching, take your pick....etc., etc., etc.

     

     
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    It's a transition year or two...my guess is two.

    I really don't think it matters what they do for a while since they won't be competative in their division....regardless of what they do....too many holes, Ellsbury situation, 1st base, catching(Napoli is damaged goods), the whole outfield, really, pitching, take your pick....etc., etc., etc.

     

     
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    It's a transition year or two...my guess is two.

    I really don't think it matters what they do for a while since they won't be competative in their division....regardless of what they do....too many holes, Ellsbury situation, 1st base, catching(Napoli is damaged goods), the whole outfield, really, pitching, take your pick....etc., etc., etc.

     

     
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    God, can't they fix this thing?

     
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    In response to EdithBRTN's comment:
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    Responding to a chronic forum troll who uses Crawbust as a name is surprising for an educated man who claims that he is a pharmacist. Are you a Beavis and Butthead fan?

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    Well, you just showed me the real you.

    What would you like? My license number? Mass. College of Phcy., my friend. 

    Your sarcasm disappoints me, but whatever...Good luck in your endeavors.

     
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    In response to porterca3's comment:
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    In response to Softlaw1's comment:
    [QUOTE]

    Out: Crawbust and AGon and Buckett = ~78 million in Labor Costs   "Deal of the Century"

    In: Napoli and Shane and Ross and Dumpster and Drew = ~ 50 million in Labor Costs "Greatest Deal of all time"

    The beauty of this is that the Red Sox are spending 28 million less for 2nd and 3rd rate MLB players who provide value in quantity.

    How did the A's do it in 2012.

    [/QUOTE]


    Softlaw don't forget about the prospects we received and the number of years we've freed up.

    [/QUOTE]

    According to softlaw they're farm scraps.

     
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