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2007 Free Agent Market: Third Basemen

Updated 1-2-06

Here we have info on the free agent third basemen market.

2006 League Averages for Third Basemen
AL:  .269/.338/.442 (.780 OPS)
NL:  .282/.354/.472 (.826 OPS)

Sorry folks - there are no free agent starting third basemen on the market anymore.

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It's also worth mentioning that Aramis Ramirez can opt out of his contract after this season, though he'd probably be foolish to do so.

Yeah I should've said something on that. It's borderline - I think he would top three years, $33MM though. Glaus got 4/45.

LMAO, as a cubs fan anyone that would give aramis 11 million a season after his performance this season would be foolish. And im not just saying this because I hope he stays with us.But if we can get something for him in a trade this season in case he does opt out im all for it.

Hey... someone would sign David Bell.... right? who cares if he hits like a 2B and fields like a 1B? ... he's you know... gritty and all.

I believe DeRosa will be a good 3b somewhere besides TX where its locked up by Blalock. Gets out of his shadow and Chippers when he was with the Braves and makes himself a solid player in the second half of his career.

LMAO, as a cubs fan anyone that would give aramis 11 million a season after his performance this season would be foolish. And im not just saying this because I hope he stays with us.But if we can get something for him in a trade this season in case he does opt out im all for it.

Posted by: ptk420biatch

I guess the cubs are foolish then

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