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Angels Will Tender Kendrys Morales--morales to miami?


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Doesn't tendering a player mean they stay on the same team?

 

yea but it means they want to trade him

 

I'm all for it as long as we don't have to give up alot. He has much more power than Sanchez, and I think he will improve our lineup. Maybe they would do a Coghlan for Morales swap. They need left handed bats, and their outfield is getting really old and ineffective with Wells, and Hunter. Just a thought.

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Doesn't tendering a player mean they stay on the same team?

 

yea but it means they want to trade him

 

I'm all for it as long as we don't have to give up alot. He has much more power than Sanchez, and I think he will improve our lineup. Maybe they would do a Coghlan for Morales swap. They need left handed bats, and their outfield is getting really old and ineffective with Wells, and Hunter. Just a thought.

 

yeah ... they only have Trout and Bourjos and I don't think they can legally drink

 

if there's one thing the Angels don't need besides 1st basemen its OF's

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If we were in AL team with a DH spot we could rotate high upside hitters to, I'd be all for it. But a guy who hasn't been able to play in two years and really only had one breakout year before that is no guarantee to be better than or equal to Gaby, and I don't see this worth parting with anyone for.

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Doesn't tendering a player mean they stay on the same team?

 

yea but it means they want to trade him

That's not what tendering means. It just means they gave him a contract for this upcoming season and he'll be going to arbitration.

 

We'll be doing the same with Anibal (unless we give him an extension) and Boni, for instance. It has zero to do with trades.

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Doesn't tendering a player mean they stay on the same team?

 

yea but it means they want to trade him

That's not what tendering means. It just means they gave him a contract for this upcoming season and he'll be going to arbitration.

 

We'll be doing the same with Anibal (unless we give him an extension) and Boni, for instance. It has zero to do with trades.

 

Well, in all fairness to him, they probably are tendering him just to dangle him around for someone else to grab. The Angels have said Trumbo will take groundballs at third, but will that really happen? I would have to think they're going to take Morales into ST, let him perform and show he's healthy, and then deal him for a better return.

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