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Why wouldn’t the Dodgers take on Alex Rodriguez?
I don't think any NL team would take on A-Rod, even if the Yankees were willing to party with him.
They probably can't take him on, but maybe they could trade Crawford for him.
There is a clause in Crawford's contract that says that if he is traded the acquiring club cannot then trade him to the Yankees.
I don't think the Dodgers can trade Crawford to the Yankees. There is a clause in Crawford's contract that says that if he is traded the acquiring club cannot then trade him to the Yankees. I don't know if there is a time limit on that or if it's over the life of the contract. I thought it was all of the AL East but it's just the Yankees according to Cot's.
This is nuts. I figure it was a clause Crawford negotiated, but apparently the Red Sox put it in. I'd guess the Dodgers and Crawford could just yank it out since it's now a contract between them (and maybe MLB), but this is all very weird.
Am I the only one who thinks Crawford is going to be an MVP candidate next year?
Forget money; why would someone want A-Rod?
Are you kidding? He's a goddamned centaur! How ####### often do goddamned centaurs come the hell along, anyway?
The dodgers owe Juan Uribe $8M in 2013??!?!?!
Am I the only one who thinks Crawford is going to be an MVP candidate next year? Assuming he is healthy and isn't out of shape, he should play very well in Dodger stadium. I think 3.0+ war is a given for him with a healthy season.
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