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Well i guess we can say good bye to gonzo


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Gonzalez, into the left field corner, this could be trouble, ITS GONE...AND THE MARLINS HAVE WON GAME 4!!!!!! Thank You for that Alex....

 

 

Please dont bring back those memories.. Its going to take me years before I can watch that 2003 DVD :tissue

 

 

 

Good Bye Alex.. :tissue

 

WOW.. This is just wrong

 

 

at least we have the memories and something to go back :thumbup

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There will be very few free agents this offseason that will sign contracts that are in line with their talent. That includes Gonzalez. It's a good thing he'll be let go instead of paid more than his double play partner Castillo for multple years. Gonzalez is still a project and not deserving of the multi-year deal he is demanding.

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I think we can play Ramirez this year, he's one of the top prospects in baseball. He's going to be a better hitter than Gonzalez, that's for sure. I don't think there will be too much of a loss in defense either. I never cared for Sea Bass, because he was basically an automatic out at the plate. The defense didn't make up for that in my mind.

 

Plus, he's certainly not worth $5-6 million, that's for sure.

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I think we can play Ramirez this year, he's one of the top prospects in baseball. He's going to be a better hitter than Gonzalez, that's for sure. I don't think there will be too much of a loss in defense either. I never cared for Sea Bass, because he was basically an automatic out at the plate. The defense didn't make up for that in my mind.

 

Plus, he's certainly not worth $5-6 million, that's for sure.

 

 

If you wait one more year for Ramirez it's one more year before arbitration.

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The question is now who we sign to play SS in 2006?

 

 

Is Ramirez not ready?

 

Even if he's not 100% ready, unless he clearly needs more work, why not start him anyway? The team will likely be in "growing" stage anyway, with Hermida & the rotation getting their first years in. Might as well let Ramirez get started.

 

Thanks for your wonderful defense & the big WS homer Alex. But I won't mind seeing a different bat in that SS spot.

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Now what does this do to Andino is he a backup or trade bait

 

Your 2007 starting 2b...

 

If we do trade Lo Duca, the fan favorite, back to LA, along with Navarro we should also demand Andy LaRoche, or this pipe dream of mine trading something to pry Chris Burke away from the Astros.

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