Most of those guys are just older players with clear adherent risk of recession. Why does that make them a clubhouse cancer? I wouldn't call Carl Pavano a cancer just because he could be prone to injury or decline in performance, that seems ridiculous to me. Ramirez and Guillen seem right for other reasons, but I find it hard to justify putting those other guys on the list.
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