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I'm glad you're not Theo.
I don't think any team on this planet has enough prospects in their system to equal an 87 million dollar cost for the Cubs.
Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. declined to confirm or deny the validity of the story, but added: "It's irrelevant. He's not going anywhere."
My point was that nobody would agree to claim Lee and 90+ million dollars in salary so they can trade it away for 4 million and prospects. No team on the planet has enough prospects on hand that a team would be willing to spend 87 million dollars over the next 4 years on them.
On the other hand Barmes would then be on the bench instead of Josh Harrison who is more positionally versatile.
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