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Forum Post: Hill: Make your Trade and FA Contract Offer for Ellsbury
Posted 02/21/2013 11:54:10 EST
you don't agree with that?? No, I don't agree that the every season excuse of "our park makes our hitters look worse than they really are" is an excuse for being one of the most embarrassing loser fra more »
Forum Post: Braves to get Justin Upton from D-Backs
Posted 01/24/2013 03:39:59 EST
In response to carnie's comment: redsoxdirtdog started it, as he thinks softlaw is a closet case. I liked it so I've been using it. Me too! For those who suffer from the behavioral mental il more »
Forum Post: J. Upton Market was Cheap, Low Quality and Typical Quantity (Incompetent Cherry you should have deal set with our without Braves!)
Posted 01/24/2013 03:37:29 EST
You mental midget, no #1 prospect was required to acquire J. Upton.
Forum Post: Justin Upton Declines Trade to Seattle
Posted 01/24/2013 03:31:20 EST
False, stooge. "I never wanted to trade Bogaerts for J. Upton", or I wouldn't have said, over and over and over "subtract Brentz and include Bogearts only if required for trade market and that's unlik more »
Forum Post: Justin Upton on the block, expected to be moved, should the sox trigger a deal for him?
Posted 01/24/2013 03:18:02 EST
You were the one who tried to "sell the notion that Bogaerts was an alternative", and not it was never an issue, because Ellsbury was never going to be part of a trade to AZ. Your backtracking to incl more »
Posted 01/24/2013 03:05:51 EST
The bugaboo of Bogaerts is both moot and stated, over, and over, and over, and over that it was "unlikely he would be needed by subtracting from Brentz and including him in the trade pool to top the t more »
Posted 01/24/2013 03:04:47 EST
Posted 01/24/2013 03:01:44 EST
It almost seems like you are more mad that we blew a chance to get rid of Ellsbury. Im mad because we blew a chance to buy low on a 25 yr old 30 HR right fielder. Nothing to do with Ellsbur False. E more »
Posted 01/24/2013 02:51:20 EST
What a liar! You offered Boggy and criticized me for not wanting to part with Boggy as part of an Upton deal. No, angry stooge, I provided a pool that stated, over and over and over, "subtract Brentz more »
Posted 01/24/2013 02:47:20 EST
What's funny is that you don't have a clue on the purpose of a "no trade list" and how many times players waive it to get extensions because that's typically the reason for teams being listed. Each ye more »
Posted 01/24/2013 02:43:59 EST
Drew, debating what teams and how is meaningless. The fact is that the Braves manifest a weak market that absolutely could have and should have included Ellsbury as currency. In fact, it's ironic how more »
Posted 01/24/2013 02:39:11 EST
Trading for Upton and keeping Ellsbury are not mutually exclusive.
In your patronizing comment on a trade that showed how easy and cheap the currency was to acquire J. Upton, you make no sense at all.
Posted 01/24/2013 02:35:18 EST
In response to Drewski5's comment: In response to Softlaw1's comment: You mental midget, the market for J. Upton did not require any top rated prospect to be traded, just as I said was likely the ca more »
Posted 01/24/2013 02:34:39 EST
thats not what i said.. i asked if you ever offered Xb for j upton. clearly you have. now, your just trying to save face because your original offer was so far off. Cleary, over, and over, and over, a more »
Posted 01/24/2013 02:33:58 EST
Posted 01/24/2013 02:29:57 EST
As I stated, over, and over, and over, and over, Bogaerts was not likely required to top the trade market for J. Upton acquisition. Noteworthy that a poster who has stated "clubhouse cancer and overra more »
Posted 01/24/2013 02:24:25 EST
If the sox really wanted Upton and really wanted to use Ellsbury as currency , this is something that they should have been pursuing for months. Thank you for agreeing with me, on Ellsbury as currency more »
Posted 01/24/2013 02:21:39 EST
You mental midget, the market for J. Upton did not require any top rated prospect to be traded, just as I said was likely the case, over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over, an more »
Forum Post: The Market for Ellsbury Revisited
Posted 01/24/2013 02:13:44 EST
At some point, the return for Ellsbury is less than the RS controlling 1 year of Ellsbury and the draft choices Few deals involve just one player. The draft compensation and one year of Ellsbury is a more »
Posted 01/24/2013 02:10:55 EST
personally agree that they could have gotten more; however, Prado is a very solid MLB player and made more sense from a roster construction and fit standpoint than Ellsbury. We could have topped this more »
Posted 01/24/2013 02:06:55 EST
And the Board stooge trolls by with lies. I posted it so many times that it's there for all to read. My trade pool comment had the same names and said, every time, "include Bogaerts for Brentz if nece more »
Posted 01/24/2013 01:53:39 EST
Seattle could have paid him just a much if not more. False. Why would any team give a guy a massive extension when he is still owed 40 mill for the three years? To get a perfect RH OF Fenway/AL elite more »
Posted 01/24/2013 01:46:01 EST
I'm going to make the same post on every J. Upton thread, not every thread.
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