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PostPosted: Sat Jan 07, 2006 2:41 am
by giants8307
Rubidium wrote:
giants8307 wrote:
PinotResa wrote:Abreu, Utley and Thome would really benefit from having a righty who makes a lot of contact with decent power, don't you think?

If Tejada hits in that little park Philly has you could safely bump his home runs, right?

What if he hit them out of there like he did in Houston at the All-Star game?


Thome was traded to the white sox. But if tejada is traded to the phils, his fantasy value would surely rise.


How much better is CBP than Camden Yards? That's a serious question...I really don't know. I thought Camden was a big hitter's park too.


I thought so too, but an Orioles fan posted some stats the other day to prove that theory wrong. It's pretty average, apparently.

PostPosted: Sat Jan 07, 2006 2:42 am
by giants8307
PinotResa wrote:Abreu, Utley and Thome would really benefit from having a righty who makes a lot of contact with decent power, don't you think?

If Tejada hits in that little park Philly has you could safely bump his home runs, right?

What if he hit them out of there like he did in Houston at the All-Star game?


By the way, welcome to the cafe!

PostPosted: Sat Jan 07, 2006 3:04 am
by hyacinth
Brett myers would definitely be too much with Abreu, but Abreu + Floyd is definitely a great deal for the Phillies, regardless of whether they flip Tejada for Prior.

Guys, Gavin Floyd didn't just fall off the tracks last season, he ran off a cliff into the Grand Canyon and blew up. While he may ultimately straighten out and become a good pitcher, he won't be great ... his K/9 figures in minor league ball foretell that.

In the mean time, the Phillies now have 3 pitchers who are arguably better prospects - Hamels, Gio Gonzalez, and Dan Haigwood. They can spare Floyd and go with their rotation now while Hamels gets ready, esp if it means getting a "real 3b" (amazing what we'll do to get rid of Bell) who's actually a SS but whatever.

And yes, don't forget Abreu is a great player, but with Rowand, Burrell, and Michaels/whatever in the OF, and Tejada-Rollins-Utley-Howard in the IF, I think it's a more fun team than they've had in a long long time.

That said, this trade'll never happen b/c it's Philly.

PostPosted: Sat Jan 07, 2006 12:11 pm
by Slow Pitch
PinotResa wrote:Abreu, Utley and Thome would really benefit from having a righty who makes a lot of contact with decent power, don't you think?

If Tejada hits in that little park Philly has you could safely bump his home runs, right?

What if he hit them out of there like he did in Houston at the All-Star game?


Uh Thome no longer on the Phils & Abreu would be in the trade & no longer a Phillie.

:-°

PostPosted: Sat Jan 07, 2006 12:14 pm
by BronXBombers51
giants8307 wrote:
Rubidium wrote:
giants8307 wrote:
PinotResa wrote:Abreu, Utley and Thome would really benefit from having a righty who makes a lot of contact with decent power, don't you think?

If Tejada hits in that little park Philly has you could safely bump his home runs, right?

What if he hit them out of there like he did in Houston at the All-Star game?


Thome was traded to the white sox. But if tejada is traded to the phils, his fantasy value would surely rise.


How much better is CBP than Camden Yards? That's a serious question...I really don't know. I thought Camden was a big hitter's park too.


I thought so too, but an Orioles fan posted some stats the other day to prove that theory wrong. It's pretty average, apparently.


I thought it as well. Did they change the dimensions or was it just never a big hitters park? All that I've read and heard suggests that it was a big hitters ballpark. :-?

Regardless, Tejada's value would increase because of the lineup around him in Philly. He'd be bumped into my list of first round selections and Abreu would likely be bumped out.

PostPosted: Sat Jan 07, 2006 12:36 pm
by ThatDude
hyacinth wrote:Brett myers would definitely be too much with Abreu, but Abreu + Floyd is definitely a great deal for the Phillies, regardless of whether they flip Tejada for Prior.


i dont see any chance of that happening, and id prefer it that way.


Hendry wouldnt do a Prior for Tejada straight up deal with the O's, and theres no reason to think anything changes with Philly, especially since Prior would now stay in the NL.

Philly would have to add in a starter that the Cubs could use in place of Prior. Tejada+Myers for Prior might get me slightly interested, but no moreso than Tejada+Bedard did.

PostPosted: Sun Jan 08, 2006 1:01 am
by Rubidium
Well, chances are good Philly won't be acquiring him now, since he said he won't move to third base, and took back his trade demand.

PostPosted: Sun Jan 08, 2006 1:21 am
by Music2004Man
That's a shame. I was looking forward to the opportunity of possibly getting Prior.