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    Jermaine Dye retiring

    I saw on ORG that he was talking of retiring he would be worth 2-3 mil for one and another Big righty bat for leftfield.

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    Re: Jermaine Dye retiring

    What?

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    Re: Jermaine Dye retiring

    You didn't see it on Old red guard

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    Re: Jermaine Dye retiring

    Hmmm. Interesting. I'm in the group that wants to go with the young guys. But if we could get Dye cheap, I'd have to consider it. Retiring? I don't believe it.

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    Re: Jermaine Dye retiring

    I was all for letting the young guys battle for LF in spring training, but if we could get Dye for 3-4 million, then I'm on board.
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    Re: Jermaine Dye retiring

    Dye at a bargain would be wonderful.

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    Re: Jermaine Dye retiring

    Quote Originally Posted by BEETTLEBUG View Post
    You didn't see it on Old red guard
    Why should I read something where I am not welcome and I cant respond? I never go over there and read anything.

    As far as Dye is concerned, he had a terrible second half:

    Avg OBP Slg OPS
    .179 .293 .297 .590

    Those numbers are just brutal. Stay with the young guys rather than throw a few million dollars at those potential numbers.

    I found this article that does a very thorough explanation why Dye might be considering retirement.

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    Last edited by HalMorrisRules; 02-14-2010 at 03:43 PM.


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