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Trade Asdrubel Cabrera and Clippard for Brignac ???

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Trade Asdrubel Cabrera and Clippard for Brignac ???

Postby afraudsdirty » Thu Jun 28, 2007 1:53 pm

What are the experts thoughts on Brignac. He has not been hitting well at AA. 246 avg, 8 HR, 41 RBI, 9 SB. Is he still a top notch prospect or has he fallen ??

Would you trade Asdrubel Cabrera and Tyler Clippard to get him ?? Cabrera has been doing quite well at AA 329 avg, 6 HR, 60R, 35 RBI, 19 SB. He is 21 years old.
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Re: Trade Asdrubel Cabrera and Clippard for Brignac ???

Postby Uncle Whiskey » Thu Jun 28, 2007 3:19 pm

I like Brignac's upside a lot more than I like Cabrera's. The potential for Brignac starting for the Rays next year is greater than Cabrera unseating Peralta. Cabrera is a nice surprise story though, especially since he was acquired for Perez last year.

Brignac is also 21, he's a few months younger than Cabrera. He's obviously struggling right now, but I am confident that he will find his grove soon. It is a trade I would definitely think about doing. Especially if you're making the deal for someone that will help you sooner rather than later.

I don't like Clippard, even though he's pretty much a throw in. But it sounds like a solid deal for you if the owner is willing to do it. Because you're basically trading a young ss prospect who may have finally put it together for a guy who has shown that he can be a stud prospect but it struggling at the moment.
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