Tag:Milton Bradley
Posted on: November 1, 2009 9:36 pm
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Cubs trade rumors

Well the were nearing the end of baseball season, and the hot stove has started to heat up. The big trade discussion for the Cubs is where will Milton Bradley go and what will we get in return. I have heard many possible destinations including Tampa Bay, San Diego, Texas, and Toronto. The big rumor a few weeks ago was a Bradley for Burrell deal with the Cubs still eating a significant amount of salary. I am not a huge Pat Burrell fan but i would perfer just about anybody over Bradley. The latest rumor which was recently denied by Cubs officials was a Bradley for Vernon Wells trade. Now thats an interesting one, i want to take a closer look at that one. One source had confirmed that this rumor had some legs but as i said it was later denied that the Cubs had looked at Wells. But the rumor was that the Cubs and Blue Jays would split the contracts and each eat $43 million. So the Cubs would eat more money and take on a longer term contract for a player who put up similar numbers. But if you take a look its not a bad trade. Lets analyize these 2 players and see which team has the edge.

Milton Bradley- Over his 9 year career he has shown to be injury prone, accumulating over 500 AB in only 1 season. He has a career .277/.371/.450 stat line, which isnt bad he hits for decent contact and is a very patient hitter although that was his undoing this season. He had some speed early in his career but knee injuries go rid of that, and he has become an average to below average fielder. From what i watched of him this past season he would try sometimes but he made a lot of mental errors (throwing a ball in the stands with only 2 outs, losing balls in the sun etc...). But he did post career numbers in 2008 with hitting coach Rudy Jaramillo (read previous blog post to hear praise of Jaramillo) and posted a .321/.436/.563 stat line. So it makes you wonder should the Cubs try to work out their differences with Bradley. But he openly insulted the entire Cubs fan base, he got into physical arguments with Pinella and even other players said he was a distraction. But if you look at his statistical value based on Fan Graphs dollar value system he was worth $5.1 mill last season, but he earned $9 mill. So he did not earn his paycheck last season but could he next season? What is he worth for a trade? Those are all questions that we will find out over the next few months.

Vernon Wells- Over his 9 year career he has shown that he is the opposite of Bradley when it comes to health, in the past 8 years he has only accumulated less than 500 AB once and had accumulated over 600 AB 5 times in that 8 year span. Over his career he has put up a .280/.329/.470 stat line, he isnt as patient as Bradley but he has more pop and hits for simlar contact. He still has some speed, swiping 17 bags last season. but has proved to be a liability in the outfield the past 2 years. He does play CF though which is a position the Cubs are looking to improve. He struggled last season hitting his 2nd lowest batting average of his career (.260). According to Fan Graphs he was woth negative dollars last season, mostly due to his fielding, and over the past 3 years the most he has been worth is $5.5 mill. But it seems that if the Blue Jays want to move on from what is now considered a bad contract this could be a possibly good move. It would let them free up some money, and they would get a player who could potentialy hit over .300 and 20 HR. For the Cubs, he could be moved to RF to help his defense and if he works with new hitting Coach Rudy Jaramillo, plus the general boost that AL hitters get coming to the NL (excluding Milton Bradley) he could be an excelent addition. He would provide another middle of the order hitter to go with Lee, Ramirez, and Soriano. I would love to see a lineup that went

1. Fuld/Fukudome
2. Theriot
3. Lee
4. Ramirez
5. Soriano
6. Wells
7. Soto
8. Baker
9. Pitcher

The only problem is that the whole reason the Cubs signed Bradley was to add a left handed hitter to the middle of the order to provide a balanced attack. Wells is a righty and would then cause the lineup to be 7-1 righty. So basicaly if Hendry makes this trade it defeats the whole purpose of why we got him in the first place. But Wells has a better history (3 gold gloves, 1 silver slugger, not many injuries) but he is more expensive, and has a longer contract.

Decision- Undecided

I would take this trade and hope Wells plays better, i think he would offensivly but our outfield defense is shakey enough without adding Wells. If we moved him to right that could work. But this would be one of those signature trades for a GM, it can make our break you reputation. If we trade Bradley and then he does amazing the next season it makes Hendry seem impatient. And if Wells dosnt perform your stuck with another Soriano situation. But if Wells plays well and Bradley stays the same it seems like a steal. If i am Hendry i sit on this one to see if there arnt any less risky trades, although with Bradley's performance and attitude almost all the trade offers will have risk. But i think if you really need to get rid of Bradley and this is the best offer you take it. Im just not 100% sure Bradley has to go. I kind of want to see him here for 1 more year then if its bad trade him, because with one year left on his contract he would seem less of a risk and more teams would want him. At the end of discussing this im not sure what i wold do with Bradley, thats why im a fan and Hendry is GM.
Posted on: November 1, 2009 3:12 pm
Edited on: November 1, 2009 9:39 pm
 

MLB Team Analysis- Chicago Cubs

Well as you probably could have guessed based on the title of my blog, I am a Cubs fan. So writing this without being biased is somewhat of a challenge but i'll manage. Lets first start off by discussing what has happened during the off-season thus far. The Cubs were finally sold to the Ricketts family for over $800 million. So now we can finally make things happen, it seemed last offseason the front office couldnt do much due to the fact that the team was in the process of being sold. Although they did make some big moves (none that were positive) they still seemed restrained to do much. Now that has been worked out, also the Cubs have added the best hitting coah in the buisness in Rudy Jaramillo. The Jaramillo signing i think will end up being the best move made, just for the fact that we really struggled last season offensivly. It wasnt that we didnt have good hitters, but for some reason they all slumped. Jaramillo has worked with Soriano before and hopefully can fix his swing, i also think he will be a positive influence on Soto. So without making a big free-agent splash the Cubs will be able to improve their offense. Lets take a look at the team by sections.

Rotation- B

1. Carlos Zambrano
2. Ryan Dempster
3. Ted Lilly
4. Randy Wells
5. Tom Gorzelanny

Carlos Zambrano hasnt lived up to his contract so far in his career. Did Dusty ruin his arm? Zambrano should be in his prime, but he really hasnt contributed the way he should. He has a lot of talent, but he has been injured a lot the past 3 years and is wild. He is no longer an ace if he ever was but is a solid top of the rotation guy. Ryan Dempster , although he didnt get the wins this season he pitched fairly well, and proved he didnt just pitch for money last season. He still pitched 200 innings, even with some time on the DL. He still has some gas left in the tank and should still be a solid middle of the rotation guy. Ted Lilly was the best pitcher on the Cubs staff last season, again he didnt get the wins (poor run support) but he had 3.10 ERA which was the lowest of his career. He has decent strikeout potential and competes every day, he is another solid top of the rotation guy. Randy Wells , had he gotten better run support he would have been rookie of the year. But the lack of run support killed his chances although he still posted a 12-10 record with a 3.05 ERA. Wells was the suprise of the year for the Cubs. He has good control, he doesnt strikeout a ton of batters but he doesnt walk a lot either. Hopefully he doesnt have a sophmore slump, he is a great option for the back of the rotation. Tom Gorzelanny came over at the deadline from Pittsburgh and was thrust in a starting role right away. He pitched fairly well in 7 starts with the Cubs. He showed good strikeout potential but he did give up some homeruns. The Cubs hope he can pitch like he did in 2007 as the Pirates ace. He has the potential and is still only 27 years old. The Cubs rotation is what carried them to a winning record last season, hopefully they wont have to rely so heavily on it this season.

Bullpen- C+

CL- Carlos Marmol
SU- Angel Guzman
SU- Sean Marshall
MR- Aaron Heilman
MR- Jeff Samardzidja
MR- Jeff Stevens
MR- Esmalin Caridad

The Carlos Marmol era has begun, he is finally the closer and actually looked better as a closer than set-up man this season. The risk with Marmol is that he is extremley wild (65 BB in 74 IP) but he also strikes out a ton (93K's in 74 IP). He was 15/19 SV/OP last season so he seems ready to be the closer for a full season, he could become one of the top closers next season or he could be very inconsistent. Angel Guzman ws great last season, in 55 apperances he posted a sub 3 ERA (2.95) and had 47 K's. He did suffer an injury late in the season but was effective as a middle reliever. He should move to a set up role and if he continues to pitch how he did this past season he could 20 + holds. Sean Marshall was the lone left reliever early in the season and pitched well but wore out down the stretch. He was relieved as the lefty specialist at the end of the season when the CUbs aquired John Grabow who may be resigned but its not for sure. If so Grabow would be in this spot. Marshall posted a 4.32 ERA in 55 apperances and 9 starts (ERA inflated from starts) and had 68 K's and 32 BB in 85 IP. Aaron Heilman improved from 08 but is still a average middle reliever who is best suited for mip up duty. In 70 apperances he posted a 4.11 ERA 65 K's and 34 BB. Jeff Samardzija, Jeff Stevens, and Esmailin Caridad are all young relievers (Caridad and Samardzidja could be starters) who have a lot of potential. Samardzidja got beat up a lot last year mainly due to the fact that he is a 1-2 pitch guy, he needs some secondary pitches. Stevens and Caridad looked good in their short stints in the majors, i think the Cubs are hoping that one of them breaks out next season. Overal this is an average to above average Bullpen

Infield- B

C- Geovany Soto
1B- Derrek Lee
2B- Jeff Baker
3B- Aramis Ramirez
SS- Ryan Theriot
IF- Mike Fontenot
IF- Andres Blanco

Geovany Soto struggled mightly this season hitting a .218/.321/.381 stat line. Soto was injured a while this season and i think that sophmore slump hit him pretty hard. This is probably the worst you will ever see Soto, he did improve his BB/K ratio and he hit a little bit better at the end of the season. With the help of new hitting coach Rudy Jaramillo and just general improvment after a sophmore slump he should improve significantly. Derrek Lee had his second best season of his career last season posting a .306/.393/.579 stat line. Lee is the Cubs 2nd best hitter and an excellent player. He was the Cubs best hitter last season and he showed this season that he is finally fully recovered from that broken wrist in 2006. Jeff Baker came over from Colorado for virtually nothing and he stabalized second base after Mike Fontenot struggled as a starter. He posted a .305/.362/.448 stat line as a Cub. If he can continue to hit that way he will stay the Cubs starting 2nd baseman for 2010. He also has some versatility, he can play 2nd, 3rd and a little outfield, and has a positive fielding rating at all positions. Aramis Ramirez was sorely missed this season after he seperated his shoulder, Ramirez is the main cog of this Cubs offense posting over 100 RBI's 6 times in his career. Ramirez absence was probably the main cause of the Cubs offensive stuggles last season and with him healthy they should score at least 50 more runs then 2009. Even with all that missed time he still hit a .317/.389/.516 stat line in 306 AB. Ryan Theriot was one of the few healthy players last season, he didnt hit as well as he did in 2008 but still put up a solid .284/.343/.369 stat line. He has decent speed posting his 3rd straight 20+ SB season. Theriot is a pretty average deffender, you could do worse but you could do a lot better to. All and all he is a solid player, the best current player to come out of the Cubs farm system. Mike Fontenot, and Andres Blanco are solid infield options. Fontenot dissappointed as a starter but still has value, he also may have some trade value if the Cubs want to upgrade at 2nd. Blanco is the best deffender on the team, he is a good SS and a good 2nd baseman. His offense isnt great but it gets the job done. This is an above average group, the only place to really improve would be 2nd.

Outfield  C+

LF- Alfonso Soriano
CF- Kosuke Fukudome
RF- Milton Bradley
OF- Sam Fuld
IF/OF- Jake Fox

Alfonso Soriano was another dissappointment on offense last year. It seemed like pitchers just figured out all you have to do is throw a ball in the dirt and he swings at it. He did hit 20 HR but he hit under .250 and is always a liability in the field. Soriano has worked with Jaramillo before and performed well so hopefully he can help some, although i realize i am giving hitting coaches to much credit for what they can fix. But Soriano was really good at the begining of the season so i can only get so mad at him. Plus he is going to be are #6 hitter, he's awfully good for hitting in that spot. Kosuke Fukudome played a little better than last season but still cant hit for a full season. He is an excellent deffender (although he is a better corner outfielder) and he can hit but not all the time. He is more of a 4th outfielder, i would like to see Fuld get more time in center. Milton Bradley will more than likely be gone after this season, but there is still a minute chance he stays. He isnt a great fielder, he is an average hitter and he is a locker room disturbance. Basicaly Jim Hendry wasted $30 million. There are a lot of trade rumors right now, so i have a feeling by the winter meetings he will be somewhere else. Sam Fuld  is probably the most patient hitter on the team and is a hard worker. He dives for balls and competes in every at bat. He has some good speed and could be another Theriot type player. Jake Fox was good in limited playing time posting a .259/.311/.468 stat line. He was excellent in the minors and it really carried over to the majors. He has the power to be a solid corner outfielder and could be trade bait. He can hit but he dosnt have a definate position and isnt very good at any position he plays. If he stays in Chicago he will be a backup forever. All in all this is a potentialy good outfield but this is the area the Cubs need the most work.

Overview B-


The Cubs strength is their rotation which has excellent depth and talent. They have a solid infield and bullpen but if they do not improve the outfield they wont be able to make it to the playoffs. The Cubs are a team that needs some tweaking but not a major overhaul, basically the same situation as last year. Hopefully Jim Hendry's decision making is better this offseason. If the team stays as is they will be 2nd or 3rd in the division. With some additions they could compete with the Cardinals for the division.

* Sorry about the double post of this blog post


Posted on: November 1, 2009 3:11 pm
 

MLB Team Analysis- Chicago Cubs

Well as you probably could have guessed based on the title of my blog, I am a Cubs fan. So writing this without being biased is somewhat of a challenge but i'll manage. Lets first start off by discussing what has happened during the off-season thus far. The Cubs were finally sold to the Ricketts family for over $800 million. So now we can finally make things happen, it seemed last offseason the front office couldnt do much due to the fact that the team was in the process of being sold. Although they did make some big moves (none that were positive) they still seemed restrained to do much. Now that has been worked out, also the Cubs have added the best hitting coah in the buisness in Rudy Jaramillo. The Jaramillo signing i think will end up being the best move made, just for the fact that we really struggled last season offensivly. It wasnt that we didnt have good hitters, but for some reason they all slumped. Jaramillo has worked with Soriano before and hopefully can fix his swing, i also think he will be a positive influence on Soto. So without making a big free-agent splash the Cubs will be able to improve their offense. Lets take a look at the team by sections.

Rotation- B

1. Carlos Zambrano
2. Ryan Dempster
3. Ted Lilly
4. Randy Wells
5. Tom Gorzelanny

Carlos Zambrano hasnt lived up to his contract so far in his career. Did Dusty ruin his arm? Zambrano should be in his prime, but he really hasnt contributed the way he should. He has a lot of talent, but he has been injured a lot the past 3 years and is wild. He is no longer an ace if he ever was but is a solid top of the rotation guy. Ryan Dempster , although he didnt get the wins this season he pitched fairly well, and proved he didnt just pitch for money last season. He still pitched 200 innings, even with some time on the DL. He still has some gas left in the tank and should still be a solid middle of the rotation guy. Ted Lilly was the best pitcher on the Cubs staff last season, again he didnt get the wins (poor run support) but he had 3.10 ERA which was the lowest of his career. He has decent strikeout potential and competes every day, he is another solid top of the rotation guy. Randy Wells , had he gotten better run support he would have been rookie of the year. But the lack of run support killed his chances although he still posted a 12-10 record with a 3.05 ERA. Wells was the suprise of the year for the Cubs. He has good control, he doesnt strikeout a ton of batters but he doesnt walk a lot either. Hopefully he doesnt have a sophmore slump, he is a great option for the back of the rotation. Tom Gorzelanny came over at the deadline from Pittsburgh and was thrust in a starting role right away. He pitched fairly well in 7 starts with the Cubs. He showed good strikeout potential but he did give up some homeruns. The Cubs hope he can pitch like he did in 2007 as the Pirates ace. He has the potential and is still only 27 years old. The Cubs rotation is what carried them to a winning record last season, hopefully they wont have to rely so heavily on it this season.

Bullpen- C+

CL- Carlos Marmol
SU- Angel Guzman
SU- Sean Marshall
MR- Aaron Heilman
MR- Jeff Samardzidja
MR- Jeff Stevens
MR- Esmalin Caridad

The Carlos Marmol era has begun, he is finally the closer and actually looked better as a closer than set-up man this season. The risk with Marmol is that he is extremley wild (65 BB in 74 IP) but he also strikes out a ton (93K's in 74 IP). He was 15/19 SV/OP last season so he seems ready to be the closer for a full season, he could become one of the top closers next season or he could be very inconsistent. Angel Guzman ws great last season, in 55 apperances he posted a sub 3 ERA (2.95) and had 47 K's. He did suffer an injury late in the season but was effective as a middle reliever. He should move to a set up role and if he continues to pitch how he did this past season he could 20 + holds. Sean Marshall was the lone left reliever early in the season and pitched well but wore out down the stretch. He was relieved as the lefty specialist at the end of the season when the CUbs aquired John Grabow who may be resigned but its not for sure. If so Grabow would be in this spot. Marshall posted a 4.32 ERA in 55 apperances and 9 starts (ERA inflated from starts) and had 68 K's and 32 BB in 85 IP. Aaron Heilman improved from 08 but is still a average middle reliever who is best suited for mip up duty. In 70 apperances he posted a 4.11 ERA 65 K's and 34 BB. Jeff Samardzija, Jeff Stevens, and Esmailin Caridad are all young relievers (Caridad and Samardzidja could be starters) who have a lot of potential. Samardzidja got beat up a lot last year mainly due to the fact that he is a 1-2 pitch guy, he needs some secondary pitches. Stevens and Caridad looked good in their short stints in the majors, i think the Cubs are hoping that one of them breaks out next season. Overal this is an average to above average Bullpen

Infield- B

C- Geovany Soto
1B- Derrek Lee
2B- Jeff Baker
3B- Aramis Ramirez
SS- Ryan Theriot
IF- Mike Fontenot
IF- Andres Blanco

Geovany Soto struggled mightly this season hitting a .218/.321/.381 stat line. Soto was injured a while this season and i think that sophmore slump hit him pretty hard. This is probably the worst you will ever see Soto, he did improve his BB/K ratio and he hit a little bit better at the end of the season. With the help of new hitting coach Rudy Jaramillo and just general improvment after a sophmore slump he should improve significantly. Derrek Lee had his second best season of his career last season posting a .306/.393/.579 stat line. Lee is the Cubs 2nd best hitter and an excellent player. He was the Cubs best hitter last season and he showed this season that he is finally fully recovered from that broken wrist in 2006. Jeff Baker came over from Colorado for virtually nothing and he stabalized second base after Mike Fontenot struggled as a starter. He posted a .305/.362/.448 stat line as a Cub. If he can continue to hit that way he will stay the Cubs starting 2nd baseman for 2010. He also has some versatility, he can play 2nd, 3rd and a little outfield, and has a positive fielding rating at all positions. Aramis Ramirez was sorely missed this season after he seperated his shoulder, Ramirez is the main cog of this Cubs offense posting over 100 RBI's 6 times in his career. Ramirez absence was probably the main cause of the Cubs offensive stuggles last season and with him healthy they should score at least 50 more runs then 2009. Even with all that missed time he still hit a .317/.389/.516 stat line in 306 AB. Ryan Theriot was one of the few healthy players last season, he didnt hit as well as he did in 2008 but still put up a solid .284/.343/.369 stat line. He has decent speed posting his 3rd straight 20+ SB season. Theriot is a pretty average deffender, you could do worse but you could do a lot better to. All and all he is a solid player, the best current player to come out of the Cubs farm system. Mike Fontenot, and Andres Blanco are solid infield options. Fontenot dissappointed as a starter but still has value, he also may have some trade value if the Cubs want to upgrade at 2nd. Blanco is the best deffender on the team, he is a good SS and a good 2nd baseman. His offense isnt great but it gets the job done. This is an above average group, the only place to really improve would be 2nd.

Outfield  C+

LF- Alfonso Soriano
CF- Kosuke Fukudome
RF- Milton Bradley
OF- Sam Fuld
IF/OF- Jake Fox

Alfonso Soriano was another dissappointment on offense last year. It seemed like pitchers just figured out all you have to do is throw a ball in the dirt and he swings at it. He did hit 20 HR but he hit under .250 and is always a liability in the field. Soriano has worked with Jaramillo before and performed well so hopefully he can help some, although i realize i am giving hitting coaches to much credit for what they can fix. But Soriano was really good at the begining of the season so i can only get so mad at him. Plus he is going to be are #6 hitter, he's awfully good for hitting in that spot. Kosuke Fukudome played a little better than last season but still cant hit for a full season. He is an excellent deffender (although he is a better corner outfielder) and he can hit but not all the time. He is more of a 4th outfielder, i would like to see Fuld get more time in center. Milton Bradley will more than likely be gone after this season, but there is still a minute chance he stays. He isnt a great fielder, he is an average hitter and he is a locker room disturbance. Basicaly Jim Hendry wasted $30 million. There are a lot of trade rumors right now, so i have a feeling by the winter meetings he will be somewhere else. Sam Fuld  is probably the most patient hitter on the team and is a hard worker. He dives for balls and competes in every at bat. He has some good speed and could be another Theriot type player. Jake Fox was good in limited playing time posting a .259/.311/.468 stat line. He was excellent in the minors and it really carried over to the majors. He has the power to be a solid corner outfielder and could be trade bait. He can hit but he dosnt have a definate position and isnt very good at any position he plays. If he stays in Chicago he will be a backup forever. All in all this is a potentialy good outfield but this is the area the Cubs need the most work.

Overview B-


The Cubs strength is their rotation which has excellent depth and talent. They have a solid infield and bullpen but if they do not improve the outfield they wont be able to make it to the playoffs. The Cubs are a team that needs some tweaking but not a major overhaul, basically the same situation as last year. Hopefully Jim Hendry's decision making is better this offseason. If the team stays as is they will be 2nd or 3rd in the division. With some additions they could compete with the Cardinals for the division.

Posted on: June 18, 2009 7:16 pm
 

Finally something good

I havnt posted for a while because i was tired of posting negative things all the time. The Cubs have been very frustrating but today was a nice feeling victory. After watching them through the first 7 innings i was thinking here we go again. But Lee, and Soto's home runs had me on my feet and then Sorianos game winning rbi single had me jumping up and down along with every other cubs fan in the country. I have noticed that Soto has taken some better swings this past month, and Milton Bradley's average has climbed to over .240 and Derek's hitting streak is at 14 or 15 games. So hopefully this was a sign of things to come. I have been hearing rumors of the Cubs signing Pedro Martinez and a lot of people arnt for it because we are struggling on offense not pitching, but i actualy think it would be a good move. The objective of signing him would not be for him to put up amazing numbers but maybe to make room for pitchers to be traded, Randy Wells could be trade bait. He would also provide a good clube house presence as a veteran player and might be able to put this team back together and the rest of the staff could learn things from him. Anyways im going to the Reds v.s White Sox game tommorow at Great American Ballpark and i wont be able to post till late tommorow night so see you then.

Posted on: June 10, 2009 11:17 am
 

Cubs dominating Astros

So far this season the Cubs are 6-2 against the Astros while only being 2 games over .500 against the entire division. They really have the stros number right now. Last night Ted Lilly got his 6th straight win against the Astros shutting them down in 6 2/3 innings. It was also nice to see the offense come out last night. Everbody was hitting except for Theriot, and Bradley. Fontenot went 4-5 with a homer, Derek lee went 2-3 with 3 walks, Soto went 3-4. Even Andres Blanco had a double and i think he had a single to. They were on a role last night and they improved to 29-26 and are only 2 1/2 games out of first and tied for second with the Cards and Reds. Hopefully they can continue to gain ground on the Brewers. Zambrano and Dempster will finish up this series. Zambrano ptiches tonight against Wandy Rodriquez who had been hot until everyone figured out how to hit against him. Hopefully Zambrano will pitch like he did in his last start and the offense can continue it's recent success.
Posted on: June 2, 2009 9:56 pm
 

Kevin "Heart Attack" Gregg

Well Randy lost another win this time it wasnt due to the offense but our god awful bullpen. Kevin Gregg throws a wild pitch strikeout to get a man on first then gives up a homerun to Jeff Francouer. Every time that man gets out on the mound i about die, he needs at least a 5 run lead to hold a game. This is proving to have been one of the worst offseasons for the Cubs in recent years. Had Mark DeRosa stayed he would have been able to provide a solid run producer at third filling in for Ramirez, Wood i think is still better than Gregg even though he has had his struggles this year. Milton Bradley has been almost completley worthless, and so has Aaron Heilman. I had been sceptical before but now after watching the season pan out i have learned a less, never mess with a good thing. Just because the Cubs flopped in the playoffs did not meen they needed to be retooled, the managment has made some huge mistakes this year and now they need to make some trades to solidify the Bullpen and i dont want Bradley, Gregg, or Heilman on this team any more since all they do is damage it. And right now i feel the worst for Randy Wells he looked fantastic today and yeat again he is robbed.
 
 
 
 
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