Re: Salty solution
Originally Posted by IslandRed
As I understood it from posts in another thread, if his option is picked up he immediately gets no-trade protection until next June 15, after which he has limited no-trade. So "extend and trade" doesn't appear to be an option.
Yep, that option won't fly.
Adam Troy Dunn: signed 2-year deal worth 18.5M thru 2007 season on 2/13/06- + he receives salaries of 7.5M in 2006 and 10.5M in 2007- + the deal includes a Team Option for 2008 worth 13M or a 500K buyout- + the option is eliminated if he is traded- + he receives a 500K assignment bonus if traded- + the value of the option could rise to 16M with award-based escalators- + if the option is exercised, he receives a complete a no-trade clause until June 15, 2008 (after that date he can select 19 teams to which he cannot be traded to w/out his consent)- + 2005 salary: 4.6M
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