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Post#1 » by greenbeans » Sat Oct 18, 2008 6:21 pm

Any thoughts as to where he goes?
I kinda agreed with the Yankees not giving up the farm for Santana, but Peavy is the type of guy they should do that for imo. Of course the usual suspects will be in on em(Bucholz, Bowden and Lowrie goin west?) but any under the radar teams trying? The fact he only wants to go to Atlanta, St. Louis, the Chicago Cubs, the Los Angeles Dodgers or Houston Astros is kinda weird to me but I'd imagine he's just a laid back guy.

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Post#2 » by Lconte17 » Sun Oct 19, 2008 3:07 pm

here is what i think it would take from the following teams to get Peavy: [keep in mind im just doing prospects] and peavy has a very friendly contract

Boston: Lowrie, Masterson, Mr. LapTop Stealer Bucholz
NYY: Ian Kennedy, Melky Cabrera, Austin Jackson, Jeffery Marquez
ATL: Jordan Schafer, Cole Rohrbough, Jair Jurrjens,
STL: Colby Rasmus, Mark McCormick, Jaime Garcia, Matt Pagnozzi
CHI: Sean Gallagher, Josh Vitters, Jose Ceda, Jeff Samardzija
LAD: Clayton Kershaw, Scott Elbert, Andy LaRoche, and one more [kemp... remember they are in divison foes so theyd want the farm]
Houston: well i dont think they have anyone of value since they traded them mostly to baltimore for tejada... i just dont see many prospects with the value
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Post#3 » by trwi7 » Mon Oct 20, 2008 12:39 am

greenbeans wrote:I kinda agreed with the Yankees not giving up the farm for Santana, but Peavy is the type of guy they should do that for imo.


:rofl:

Lconte17 wrote:CHI: Sean Gallagher


He's with Oakland.
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Re: Jake Peavy 

Post#4 » by KB 34 » Mon Oct 20, 2008 3:50 am

I can assure you the Braves laugh at any proposals the Padres make that involve Jurrjens. Jurrjens is really good, really young, really cheap, and the only Braves starting pitcher whose any good. The Braves are better off with Jurrjens, prospects, and the money to spend rather than Peavy especially considering the huge holes they have to fill for $30 million (my calculations) or so.
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Post#5 » by #1knickfan » Wed Oct 22, 2008 7:07 pm

NYY: Ian Kennedy, Melky Cabrera, Austin Jackson, Jeffery Marquez


I think the Yankees would probably prefer to take their chances on signing Sabathia outright than dealing all those prospects for Peavy.
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Post#6 » by GYBE » Thu Oct 23, 2008 3:31 pm

I'm not sure I want the Cubs making an offer. Our rotation is already pretty good and I'm not ready for Josh Vitters to leave my life.
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Post#7 » by sunshinekids99 » Mon Nov 3, 2008 3:53 am

There is no way I'd give up Masterson in a deal for Peavy. In fact I don't want Peavy at all in Boston.
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Post#8 » by Basketball Jesus » Mon Nov 3, 2008 5:22 pm

NYY: Ian Kennedy, Melky Cabrera, Austin Jackson, Jeffery Marquez


LMFAO. Bill Bavasi is not the GM of the Padres, you know.
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Post#9 » by daddyfivestar » Tue Nov 4, 2008 10:48 pm

Lconte17 wrote:here is what i think it would take from the following teams to get Peavy: [keep in mind im just doing prospects] and peavy has a very friendly contract

Boston: Lowrie, Masterson, Mr. LapTop Stealer Bucholz
NYY: Ian Kennedy, Melky Cabrera, Austin Jackson, Jeffery Marquez
ATL: Jordan Schafer, Cole Rohrbough, Jair Jurrjens,
STL: Colby Rasmus, Mark McCormick, Jaime Garcia, Matt Pagnozzi
CHI: Sean Gallagher, Josh Vitters, Jose Ceda, Jeff Samardzija
LAD: Clayton Kershaw, Scott Elbert, Andy LaRoche, and one more [kemp... remember they are in divison foes so theyd want the farm]
Houston: well i dont think they have anyone of value since they traded them mostly to baltimore for tejada... i just dont see many prospects with the value



LaRoche is with Pittsburgh now. Perhaps you heard of a little thing called "the Manny trade"?
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Post#10 » by GYBE » Wed Nov 5, 2008 1:26 am

Gallagher's not with the Cubs anymore either.

Atlanta won't give up Jurrjens after stealing him from Detroit. I doubt the Dodgers part with Kershaw either, but stranger things have happened.
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Post#11 » by bravesatl » Sat Nov 22, 2008 4:18 pm

atlanta's offer is yunel/gorkys/morton/boyer, take it or leave it towers....
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Post#12 » by catalyst » Tue Dec 23, 2008 5:40 pm

Peavy team has gone quiet. Where now?
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Post#13 » by sunshinekids99 » Mon Dec 29, 2008 11:14 am

I could see the Angels maybe being a match. I don't think you'll hear too much from the Padres pushing a trade tho.
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Post#14 » by Basketball Jesus » Mon Dec 29, 2008 5:49 pm

Now that CCs out of the picture for the Brewers, I could see them matching up well in a potential deal.
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Re: Jake Peavy 

Post#15 » by ChronicKerr » Wed Dec 31, 2008 3:54 am

Marquis is about to be traded to the Rockies and the trade talks with Chicago are now heating up again
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Post#16 » by royalina » Thu Feb 17, 2011 7:14 am

Jurrjens is really good, really young, really cheap, and the only Braves starting pitcher whose any good.
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Post#17 » by Huuminh » Mon Sep 12, 2011 12:46 pm

I took a flyer on him as my #6 in a pitching heavy league. I'm hoping for a couple strong starts, then i'll deal him at big time value.

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