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    Padres Fans Reactions To Sean Casey Rumor

    Here is what Padres Fans are saying about a rumor of te Padres showing interest in Sean Casey. Big Donkey posted this rumor on the other board.

    "Postgame guys mentioned that trading for Casey is still fairly hot on the rumor mill."

    "Trading for another first baseman keeps Klesko in the outfield and Nady out of the lineup. Just like with the Snow rumor, it's a guy I wouldn't mind having but it seems kind of pointless."

    "Casey in exchange for what though? Nevin already vetoed a trade a couple years ago, so it's not likely he would go there now and he would be the only player that would make sense. Maybe the reds would be the third team in the trade and Ponson would be shipped off to the reds, they need pitching don't they?"

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    Re: Padres Fans Reactions To Sean Casey Rumor

    Quote Originally Posted by Jesus Freak
    "Casey in exchange for what though? Nevin already vetoed a trade a couple years ago, so it's not likely he would go there now and he would be the only player that would make sense. Maybe the reds would be the third team in the trade and Ponson would be shipped off to the reds, they need pitching don't they?"
    Jesus, I pray that that's the deal. In fact, if it happens I might believe in DanO again. Not that I think Ponson is the answer, but he's more of an answer than prospects that may or may not work out.
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    Re: Padres Fans Reactions To Sean Casey Rumor

    Quote Originally Posted by WVRedsFan
    Jesus, I pray that that's the deal. In fact, if it happens I might believe in DanO again. Not that I think Ponson is the answer, but he's more of an answer than prospects that may or may not work out.
    The Reds would be better getting nothing than Ponson. He's horrible and makes 8.5 Million a year.
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    Re: Padres Fans Reactions To Sean Casey Rumor

    Quote Originally Posted by pedro
    The Reds would be better getting nothing than keeping Casey. He's horrible and makes 8.5 Million a year.
    I changed something, and yet it still works, go figure.
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    Re: Padres Fans Reactions To Sean Casey Rumor

    I'd do Casey straight up for Burroughs. You can them try to spin Burroughs somewhere this Winter or keep him as insurance if EdE turns out to be Willie Greene II (which I don't think he will be). Not sure the Padres would do this deal though unless the Reds kicked in some financial aid.

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    Re: Padres Fans Reactions To Sean Casey Rumor

    I wouldn't trade Casey for anyone right now.
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    Re: Padres Fans Reactions To Sean Casey Rumor

    Quote Originally Posted by redsrule2500
    I wouldn't trade Casey for anyone right now.
    Anyone on the Padres, or anyone period? Because that's crazy. (Either way)

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    Re: Padres Fans Reactions To Sean Casey Rumor

    Quote Originally Posted by redsrule2500
    I wouldn't trade Casey for anyone right now.
    And im glad you arent DanO then.

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    Re: Padres Fans Reactions To Sean Casey Rumor

    Quote Originally Posted by redsrule2500
    I wouldn't trade Casey for anyone right now.
    Right now I would trade Casey for nothing. It would be the equivalent of trading Casey for Austin Kearns and a long-term deal for Adam Dunn.

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    Re: Padres Fans Reactions To Sean Casey Rumor

    Quote Originally Posted by dsmith421
    Right now I would trade Casey for nothing. It would be the equivalent of trading Casey for Austin Kearns and a long-term deal for Adam Dunn.

    DING! DING! DING!

    i would take xavier nady for him straight up and then turn around and lock up kearns, dunn and pena long term.
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    Re: Padres Fans Reactions To Sean Casey Rumor

    Quote Originally Posted by toledodan
    DING! DING! DING!

    i would take xavier nady for him straight up and then turn around and lock up kearns, dunn and pena long term.



    Another thing this does is gives us an additional SUPER SUB on the roster and allows us to either deal Junioor (if that can happen) and play Naddy or Freel in the OF...or...deal Freal along with Merker too the BoSox for Shoppach.
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    Re: Padres Fans Reactions To Sean Casey Rumor

    Quote Originally Posted by dsmith421
    Right now I would trade Casey for nothing. It would be the equivalent of trading Casey for Austin Kearns and a long-term deal for Adam Dunn.
    There are about $8,000,000 or so reasons to trade Casey. Sean is a very nice guy who is vastly overpaid, given his production.
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    Re: Padres Fans Reactions To Sean Casey Rumor

    Quote Originally Posted by RedsBaron
    There are about $8,000,000 or so reasons to trade Casey. Sean is a very nice guy who is vastly overpaid, given his production.
    And that's exactly the reason that the Reds won't be able to trade him.
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    Re: Padres Fans Reactions To Sean Casey Rumor

    Quote Originally Posted by Unassisted
    And that's exactly the reason that the Reds won't be able to trade him.
    I tend to agree. It's going to be VERY difficult to trade Casey. Too bad DanO didn't move him last year.
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    Re: Padres Fans Reactions To Sean Casey Rumor

    It would be pointless to trade for another 3rd baseman. I don't know why you would send the message to Encarnacion that we don't fully trust his abilities, so we are bringing in a backup player "just in case." To me, when the Reds traded Randa today, that is showing that they think Edwin is ready and they put their trust in his ability to play at the Major League level. They have made that decision so they must stick by it and live with the consequences (good or bad). Besides, Encarnacion will go through some good and some bad times, you just have to ride it out and hope that the bad will be less numerous. Oh, and I do like the sound of Ponson, as long as you make Kearns teach him how to lose some weight!


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