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    Cincinnati's white whale

    A right-handed run producer...

    Who?

    How?
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    Re: Cincinatti's white whale

    He's playing 3B for the Yankees (not A-Rod). He would be a bench guy for us though.

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    Re: Cincinatti's white whale

    Morgan Ensberg?

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    Re: Cincinatti's white whale

    Matt Kemp? Matt LaPorta? Matt Maloney?
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    Re: Cincinatti's white whale

    Quote Originally Posted by Benihana View Post
    Matt Kemp? Matt LaPorta? Matt Maloney?
    Matt Kemp would be my first choice though I'm not sure where he plays this season especially since Bruce should be the first candidate to push his way into center. Kemp would obviously be miscast in center though he'd likely be a plus defender in right but for the sake of biding time it would at least be an idea.

    Kemp would probably require Bailey for discussions to even get rolling.
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    Re: Cincinatti's white whale

    The answer maybe a swap to acquire Cuddyer, bad money goes both ways aka Gonzalez and Javy V
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    Re: Cincinatti's white whale

    Maybe we could trade Arroyo to the Nats for Wily Mo Pena.
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    Re: Cincinatti's white whale

    Where's "Cincinatti"?


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    Re: Cincinatti's white whale

    Quote Originally Posted by jojo View Post
    Matt Kemp would be my first choice though I'm not sure where he plays this season especially since Bruce should be the first candidate to push his way into center. Kemp would obviously be miscast in center though he'd likely be a plus defender in right but for the sake of biding time it would at least be an idea.

    Kemp would probably require Bailey for discussions to even get rolling.
    And that's fine.

    2009 we'll need at least 1 OF, and if Dunn isn't re-signed 2 OF.

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    Re: Cincinatti's white whale

    Edwin Encarnacion.

    If placed in the right spot of the the order.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BuckeyeRedleg View Post
    Edwin Encarnacion.

    If placed in the right spot of the the order.
    I guess the premise of the thread is that EE would be here but he and Phillips aren't enough "righthandedness".
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    Re: Cincinnati's white whale

    Pujols works for me. I have high expectations from our new GM and a can do spirit.

    Do you suppose St. Louis would take Griffey, Dunn and EE straight up for him?

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    What about Ryan Zimmerman? He's not hitting well thus far. You could offer up Dunn and maybe something else? JimBo loves him some Dunn.

    I think Dunn would accept a trade to Washington to be reunited with Kearns. You could move Votto (or EdE) to LF. I think Zimmerman as a Red would work wonders.

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    Re: Cincinatti's white whale

    Quote Originally Posted by BuckeyeRedleg View Post
    Edwin Encarnacion.

    If placed in the right spot of the the order.
    absolutely.

    Votto-EE-Bruce seems a nice 3-4-5.

    Phillips is an asset at the #6 or #7 spot in the order.
    He shouldn't hit 4th.
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    Re: Cincinnati's white whale

    Quote Originally Posted by fearofpopvol1 View Post
    What about Ryan Zimmerman? He's not hitting well thus far. You could offer up Dunn and maybe something else? JimBo loves him some Dunn.

    I think Dunn would accept a trade to Washington to be reunited with Kearns. You could move Votto (or EdE) to LF. I think Zimmerman as a Red would work wonders.
    I like Zimmerman.
    Zimmerman, EE, Votto, and Bruce would be young and with pop, plus payflex.


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