Originally Posted by Falls City Beer
Not for nothing, but Dunn is Krivsky's doing as well. I love Dunn, but I think it can be argued that his current contract makes him a bit more difficult to move this offseason, at any rate.
True, but the alternative was to sit around and see what happened this year and take our chances in arbitration. $10 million might
be a bit much given how 2006 went, but trying to trade him as an arb-eligible would also be difficult. Teams generally prefer to know how much payroll they're taking on.