East Notes: Red Sox, Maddon, Wright, Orioles

We know it's been quite the busy day for New York baseball, but let's see what else is happening in both the AL and NL East…


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46 Comments on "East Notes: Red Sox, Maddon, Wright, Orioles"


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3 years 5 months ago

much rather have garza at this point, but oswalt is a bargain. 

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diesel2410
3 years 5 months ago

Maddon going Clark W. Griswold I guess

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Bleed_Orange
3 years 5 months ago

Well out of all the free agents listed by the Baltimore Sun I would really like the O’s to go after Solar, I think he fits the long term plan better and would cost alot less than Cespedes.

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3 years 5 months ago

I’d think Soler is going to be out of their price range.

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Snoochies8
3 years 5 months ago

fingers crossed that he’s not out of the a’s price range

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3 years 5 months ago

Ummm…he’ll go for more than IOUs. 

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bravesdude
3 years 5 months ago

Ok . Wren says that he doesn’t see a trade happening until spring training . But then says that he is still trying . Something tells me he is targeting something big . Who knows .

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3 years 5 months ago

I think you’re reading that incorrectly. I read that as though once spring training begins, he won’t be trading anyone until just before the trade deadline in July. 

That way you’re getting a half-season’s use of the player (Prado/Jurrjens) and could be driving their trade stock up higher.

Latos/Gonzalez/Pineda are all better options for teams, so I really don’t think teams are desperate enough right now to want to overpay for Jurrjens. When you hear that some teams are looking at Garza, thinking about paying the king’s ransom, then you’ll know it’s time. Garza might be more attractive to some teams, but he really shouldn’t be. 

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5_tool_MiLB_fool
3 years 5 months ago

the red sox need to trade for garza AND sign oswalt to get even.