Re: So who's on the block?
Originally Posted by M2
What you said. 92-56, career 3.48 ERA, he's thrown 213+ IP five seasons in a row and he's on track to do it again. Plus, he only just turned 28. Harden's got a lot of talent, but he couldn't last a full season in 2005 and he's already been on the shelf in 2006. Zito's a horse who can pull your wagon all the way to October.
Mind you, that's probably why Beane doesn't want to trade the guy this summer.
He would for the right price. I just don't know if the Reds have it, outside of Dunn, of course. I think Billy Beane would trade his grandmother if he thought he could win the deal.
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