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    Padres have no lefty in pen

    lets send them all of the scrappy lefty veterans in our pen

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    Re: Padres have no lefty in pen

    Only if they can get someone the caliber of Darrell Osteen in return.
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    Re: Padres have no lefty in pen

    I would trade Cormier for a PTBNL just to open up a spot for Burton.
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    Re: Padres have no lefty in pen

    I there was a ranking by team of mediocre left handed relievers, we might be tops in the majors. Let's share the wealth!

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    Re: Padres have no lefty in pen

    The Reds should be able to get two of their best young everyday starters for Billy Bray...especially if they throw in Gary Majewski!

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    Re: Padres have no lefty in pen

    Quote Originally Posted by roby View Post
    The Reds should be able to get two of their best young everyday starters for Billy Bray...especially if they throw in Gary Majewski!


    Brilliant.

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    Re: Padres have no lefty in pen

    Quote Originally Posted by roby View Post
    The Reds should be able to get two of their best young everyday starters for Billy Bray...especially if they throw in Gary Majewski!
    Khalil Green and Josh Bard sound fine...
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    Re: Padres have no lefty in pen

    Quote Originally Posted by roby View Post
    The Reds should be able to get two of their best young everyday starters for Billy Bray...especially if they throw in Gary Majewski!
    Never gonna happen without a scrappy vet like Royce Clayton to seal the deal.
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    Re: Padres have no lefty in pen

    Quote Originally Posted by Dunner44 View Post
    Never gonna happen without a scrappy vet like Royce Clayton to seal the deal.
    We have plenty of those. How about Castro or Conine?
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    Re: Padres have no lefty in pen

    Quote Originally Posted by mth123 View Post
    We have plenty of those. How about Castro or Conine?
    They are not scrappy enough. We need.. dun dun dun... Bubba Crosby!
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    Re: Padres have no lefty in pen

    Quote Originally Posted by Dracodave View Post
    They are not scrappy enough. We need.. dun dun dun... Bubba Crosby!
    Ah, no such luck with him getting outrighted. Our only option is to go sign John Vander Wal. He was probably the best scrappy vet ever to grace the Reds roster.

    Lets take a trip down memory lane, shall we?

    First this happened: Snow Shoveling Injury

    And in the end, when he was healthy, this was the result: he recorded just 6 hits in 51 at bats for a .118 average.

    But hey, he did have the MLB record for most pinch hits in a single season...in 1995.
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