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Tuesday, September 18, 2001

Sox sit Everett for four gamesby Jeff Horrigan

Obviously distraught from a lack of attention in the past week, Everett sets out to show us all that the world revolves around him. I don’t think Boston could get a bucket of balls for him in a trade.

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   1. Cris E Posted: September 18, 2001 at 04:24 PM (#72674)
Two years and $17m remaining...hmmm. Bundle him with Alcantera and comeone could really get a heap 'o offence (and hitting) for pretty cheap. I wonder what BOS would want for the pair, and who would be macho enough to think they could make Carl behave.
   2. SeanForman Posted: September 18, 2001 at 08:44 PM (#72676)
That would actually be a very good fit. Philadelphia could use a CFer (if they don't feel Marlon Byrd is quite ready). They should have money to burn. I think if you tossed the Sox someone with a little upside they might pick up some of the salary. Could be something comparable to the Canseco for Wasdin trade they pulled a few years back. Though I doubt they would get someone as touted as Wasdin. Maybe Vincente Padilla?
   3. Cris E Posted: September 18, 2001 at 10:40 PM (#72678)
Any word on the sale of the Sox? Is this supposed to happen over the winter or will it drag out through the next year? It would seem that this would be a convenient strawman for the new owner/GM to blow down while wafting some fresh air through the clubhouse.

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