Re: Blue Jays are also taking offers for outfielder Alex Rios & third baseman Scott R
Originally Posted by Austin Kearns
I think it's pretty clear that EE has a wider view of opinions than really about anyone this side of Homer Bailey out there.
I think that should be remembered, because the same is probably true in front offices in the MLB. You'll find some people who like him, and some that totally don't value his skillset. He has trade value, as it really only takes a few bidders, but I do think that there are teams out there, and the Jays could very well be included where there would be very little interest in a player such as EE.
I don't care what you think about EE as a player, he's not a guy who you are going to sweeten a deal for the other team to take him off your hands. That's not logical.
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