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thehat wrote:The package offered was Mota, Werth, Billingsley and Tiffany. No wonder the D'Backs accepted...that's a good value for a guy that's 41 and wants out.
Unfortunately for 'Zona, RJ declined.
I'll agree with FatGuy on this one. I'm quickly losing respect for Unit as little more than a guy looking to take only the sure thing with the Yankees (at least in terms of reaching the post season). Moreover, the revelations that he's possibly going to intententionally become a clubhouse cancer if forced to stay in Arizona are very troubling.
No different than Malone and Payton this year with the Lakers. And if RJ continues to stamp his feet and insist that it's his way or else, I hope he gets the same result as Malone and Payton.
The Yankees now believe that Randy Johnson will stay with the Arizona Diamondbacks past the trading deadline, a development that would be a devastating blow to a team with a shaky starting rotation.
Officials from several teams, including the Yankees, said on Wednesday that Johnson seemed most likely to remain in Arizona, despite his desire to be traded to the Yankees. The Diamondbacks have acted as if they want to keep Johnson, failing to tell the Yankees what it would take to acquire him. They have also not made a serious effort to find other interested teams to which Johnson would accept a trade.
I hope he stays in Arizona.
But Meister also denied a report that said Johnson had exercised his no-trade clause to block a possible deal to the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Diamondbacks reportedly had sought two major leaguers, catcher Paul Lo Duca and reliever Guillermo Mota, from the Dodgers.
pomplona's finest wrote:I hope he stays in Arizona.
How could any Yanks fan say that?
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