SpecialFNK wrote:Ricciardi's comments last season alone about Adam Dunn should have raised a big red flag. that was moronic of him to make those comments.
This is true. But unless you think he should be fired solely because of stupid comments on a radio show, I'm not sure what your point is.
hes lied so much you dont know what to believe anymore. im sure hes made some good moves, but that doesnt mean he deserves to remain long term. even a broken clock is right twice a day but you still want to get it fixed.
Bringing in another GM won't build a better team than the one JP has, unless Rogers starts spending more money on the draft.
Rogers coorperation's top priority is there Rogers company customers. there was a big discussion in the offseason at the Jays prosportsdaily.com forum after Ted Rogers died about what Rogers cooperation would be doing. their first obligation is to the customers and not the baseball team.
Not re-signing Roy Halladay would only further decrease the amount of fans watching the Jays on their television networks. It's not only a good baseball move to sign him, but it's a good business one.
i dont think its a wise business decision to resign Halladay for the price it would cost at the then time of his career,
We don't even know what Halladay will ask for yet. He's already taken a bargain once to stay with the team, and he may do so again. That's another significant reason to sign him.
when instead you could have atleast 2 quality players for the same price.. so then trading him based on his current value is the best move to make.
How do we know what Halladay will get on the trade market? Based on recent ace trades, it's not worth it at all.