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The trade that makes perfect sense
12 years ago  ::  Dec 08, 2006 - 4:24PM #21
yanks5123
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if they could they would just hand you burrel, they just want to dump his contract, it would cost next to nothing, we seriously could get him for a c level prospect, and i am soory but i like the idea. I love how everyone thinks that it is impossible to move an outfielder to first because sheff didnt look good there after ten games, it can happen, just because piazza who is not athletic at all, and sheff couldnt do it in two minutes doesnt mean someone else couldnt, i am not dying to get him, but it wouldnt be the worst
12 years ago  ::  Dec 08, 2006 - 4:34PM #22
Lawyerboy
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I know this will come as a real shocker to 99% of you who read this but...... the truth is if Pavano shows he's healthy in Spring Training the Yankees can do a whole lot better than Pat Burrell in a trade for Pavano. At about 9 million a year for the next 2 years, at worst, he's reasonably priced and, at best, a bargain. Even if Cashman wants to trade Carl so bad it hurts the smart thing to do is wait until the spring.
12 years ago  ::  Dec 08, 2006 - 4:35PM #23
yanks5123
Posts: 1,185
i agree if healthy he is an asset,
12 years ago  ::  Dec 08, 2006 - 4:56PM #24
MyYESNetwork
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Washed up? Are you nuts?

Yes I am disappointed that Pavano is oft injured, but if the medical reports state that the man is healthy I am sure many teams will want to take a chance on him. Pavano is only "washed" up in Yankeeland and not necessarily inthe minds of other teams.

Even if Pavano is given a clean bill of health and pitches poorly, teams will still want to trade with the Yankees for him.


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