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11-16-2012, 12:28 PM
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Originally Posted by Martini View Post
I am not a fan of either team, but think theres more to this trade then just the players involved. Loria wanted to get rid of money and found a sucker in AA. Thats the main reason for this fire sale and the Marlins got a boat load of talent in exchange for the Jays taking all of those contracts. Thats logical thinking without even trying to comprehend the talent exchanged. This was a money move for the Marlins who also got a ton of talent, while the Jays took on the money, and the questionable health thats tied into that money, and a one year, injury prone pitcher who has yet to live up to his one great year amidst injury.

Just looking at it from both sides instead of one.
You might say you are not a fan of either team and are looking at the trade from both sides, however in my opinion you keep saying how the Marlins are much better and the Blue Jays aquired players that are always injured or are to old. If you looked at the trade from both sides as you said, why not mention the positves for the Blue Jays and not all these negatives.

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