Re: Pena traded for Arroyo
So for all that don't like this, tell me which is better...
One year of WMP, even if he hits 35-40 Homers and skips off into arbitration where he wins a number the Reds can't and shouldn't match,
Three years of league average pitching from Arroyo at a guaranteed cost, improved defense for the short term, and the money to chase a real pitcher next fall.
So next spring's rotation looks like: Top pitcher, Harang, Claussen, Arroyo,(Milton until September,)
This trade improves the team in the short run, and in the long run, why is it bad now?
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