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Postby Stand Pat » Fri Mar 19, 2004 1:08 am

hmm. i'm still tempted to see if he can pull it together. otherwise, is he worth trading for someone like pineiro or b.kim?
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Postby KULCAT » Fri Mar 19, 2004 7:09 am

Stand Pat wrote:hmm. i'm still tempted to see if he can pull it together. otherwise, is he worth trading for someone like pineiro or b.kim?


Piniero definitely. Kim, that kid is so screwed up in the head he needs to be locked up for a year with hypnotizer that makes unable to see pinstripes
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Postby frog99 » Fri Mar 19, 2004 10:30 am

KULCAT wrote:
Stand Pat wrote:hmm. i'm still tempted to see if he can pull it together. otherwise, is he worth trading for someone like pineiro or b.kim?


Piniero definitely. Kim, that kid is so screwed up in the head he needs to be locked up for a year with hypnotizer that makes unable to see pinstripes



kim is a great pitcher and should do well, that being said...

he has a minor shoudler that could really be major; he might miss his first start.

so if you can get kim buy cheap when he is on the dl.
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Postby yellowdog » Fri Mar 19, 2004 11:22 am

Pokey Reese MVP wrote:I think I pulled out a good trade :-°

I gave: S. Hasegawa, Guillermo Mota (i love that name), and Nomo
I get: Valverde, Rafael Soriano, and Santana

My league counts holds and I realize that Mota will get a ton with very low era and whip. But Soriano, and Valverde will do more combined then hasegawa and mota. I have high hopes for Santana, but ya never know if Nomo will bounce back.

Do you think this was smart?


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Valverde/Soriano > Mota/Hasegawa
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