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Pierre Willing To Waive No-Trade Clause

MLB.com's Ken Gurnick talked to Juan Pierre's agent Mark Pieper, who said Pierre would prefer a trade to a team where he can play more often.  He's willing to waive his no-trade clause.  Pierre is singing the same tune as Andruw Jones, but both players have negative trade value.

Pierre's biggest asset is staying healthy; that's been true for many years.  He doesn't help much on offense or defense.  His stolen bases don't really add value.  Pierre has three years and $28.5MM left on his deal.  Perhaps he can be swapped for another bad contract.  Any suggestions?


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