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Postby tiger spit » Thu May 06, 2004 10:02 pm

so this deal i should reject??
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Postby Pedantic » Thu May 06, 2004 10:10 pm

maloze wrote:
bibsybob wrote:HE IS WAY OVERHYPED.

He has potential, but he has to show it thru an entire major league season


so and offer for vaz and cabrera for

delgado,beckett and arimis is a no brainer....


im scared due to the fact that cabrera is projected the next pujols


I would try to compact Delgado and Aramis into one great hitter if you can.
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Postby shortround_phat2008 » Thu May 06, 2004 10:10 pm

I predict his numbers will be 295 batting average, 23 homers, 95 rib's, 100 runs.
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Postby EK711 » Thu May 06, 2004 10:12 pm

Pedantic wrote:I would try to compact Delgado and Aramis into one great hitter if you can.


Would we call this player Delramis or Aragado? :*)
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Postby Pedantic » Thu May 06, 2004 10:17 pm

EK711 wrote:
Pedantic wrote:I would try to compact Delgado and Aramis into one great hitter if you can.


Would we call this player Delramis or Aragado? :*)


Hah! Domo Aragado, Mr. Roboto. :-D
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Postby EK711 » Thu May 06, 2004 10:24 pm

Pedantic wrote:
EK711 wrote:
Pedantic wrote:I would try to compact Delgado and Aramis into one great hitter if you can.


Would we call this player Delramis or Aragado? :*)


Hah! Domo Aragado, Mr. Roboto. :-D


Wow. I typed that and missed it :-? .

I must be slipping in my old age. The name amongst names.

Aragado it is! ;-D
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Postby Lofunzo » Thu May 06, 2004 10:46 pm

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maloze wrote:well he already has 9 hrs so, i think saying 25 is really short changing him considering he has 9 in 100 at bats so far.....

you think he'll hit 15 more in 500 more at bats???


Yes...you do know that he hit 12 hrs last year correct? I'm just saying its a little far-fetched to think that he'll suddenly turn into a player with Giambi-type power. Sure he got a hot start, but I wouldn't get so hyped up into him continuing the power he's shown. Of course I think he'll get more rbis than last year but his HR total isn't going to be anywhere near 40 or even 35.


Yes.......You do know that he did that in 314 AB's in his rookie season correct?? I'm not saying that he will hit 30+ but remember that he was a rookie and he played a little more than half a season.
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Postby thetongueofire » Thu May 06, 2004 10:48 pm

i really dont think that hes a good/experienced enough hitter to hit into the 290's at all... his power should be streaky throughout the season but hed still hit between 25-30 HR's and should have a lot of RBI's. and yeah id do that deal... Ramirez is younger than most people think he is plus an awesome keeper plus Beckett is basically the pitching verion of Cabrera in a keeper. and you know what to expect from Delgado.
[size=10]Manny Ramirez....$20 million
Pedro Martinez....$17.5 million
Curt Schilling...$12 million (and a $2 million bonus)
Never hearing a Yankee fan chant 1918 again...priceless. [/size]
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Postby tiger spit » Thu May 06, 2004 11:04 pm

thetongueofire wrote:i really dont think that hes a good/experienced enough hitter to hit into the 290's at all... his power should be streaky throughout the season but hed still hit between 25-30 HR's and should have a lot of RBI's. and yeah id do that deal... Ramirez is younger than most people think he is plus an awesome keeper plus Beckett is basically the pitching verion of Cabrera in a keeper. and you know what to expect from Delgado.

thks,,
the idea of cabrera just lighting it up next season kills me.....



what do you see the difference is vaz and beckett , besides beckett being 24...??????


i kinda like beckett coz sooner or later , marlins ship those high priced guys out to contenders so , im thinking he could turn into a better vaz while pithing in the bronx in 2006.
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Postby thetongueofire » Thu May 06, 2004 11:19 pm

also remember that with Cabrera he'll lose hi 3B eligibility next season so his value drops a lil bit. it seems like you're only concentrating on the pros of your players only but we all do that when we try to analyze our own trades so thats cool. B-)

in a keeper id value Beckett prolly almost the same as Vaz... and like you said if hes traded or marlins can put together a better offense his value will go up. other than that, Beckett can only be better than Vazquez down the road so you dont lose that part of the deal. Aramis is a more than just a decent replacement for Cabrera. Delgado who you know is gonna be a premiere 1B for the next few years makes this worth it for you, especially if you're looking only at the next 3-4 years.
[size=10]Manny Ramirez....$20 million
Pedro Martinez....$17.5 million
Curt Schilling...$12 million (and a $2 million bonus)
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