Ken Rosenthal has a new Full Count video up; let's discuss.
- Despite his .268/.330/.537 start, the White Sox would still entertain trading Joe Crede if it'd help the big league team. This is a change from their apparent springtime willingness to deal him for prospects. The most likely desire would be pitching, if the Sox can find a suitor.
- Jake Peavy put on his GM hat, suggesting the Padres sign Kenny Lofton. Rosenthal likes the idea, but notes that Kevin Towers will first turn to his farm system. I discussed some future trade candidates for San Diego in my latest video mailbag.
- Rosenthal suggests Kevin Millwood's contract will be an obstacle in trading him. He earns $8.5MM this year, $11MM in '09, and a fairly achievable $12MM vesting option for '10. Plus there's a limited no-trade clause.
- Walt Jocketty's biggest test this year might be deciding whether to trade Ken Griffey Jr. and/or Adam Dunn. They both have no-trade clauses to deal with; even after June 15th Dunn's includes most high-revenue teams.
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