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  • BehrenMan007
    started a topic Kerry Wood back to DL; Should Cubs trade him?

    Kerry Wood back to DL; Should Cubs trade him?

    This guy is unbelievable.
    trade him now.

  • sweetness34
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    I'm sick and tired of both Kerry Wood and Mark Prior. The Cubs Conditioning and Pitching Coaches gave Kerry and Mark exercises and workouts to do over the offseason and niether of them did it. It was to help them keep their arms fresh and tighten up their mechanics and they refused to do it. And now, Kerry's on the DL and Mark hasn't pitched in the majors yet this.

    Our franchise put all their hope on these two players' shoulders and it came back to bite them. Mark still has very high value because of his potential. If I were to trade Kerry, I'd do it right now, maybe at least get something for him.k...

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  • ATLDirtyBirds
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    Originally posted by BuckNaked
    They really wouldn't get any significant value in return for him at the moment.

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  • slightlyaraiderfan
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    He needs to pitch and show he's somewhat healthy to raise his stock. No team will trade any half decent prospects at this present moment.

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  • iworshipbender
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    dump him ASAP

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  • rainbeaukid2
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    while he is hurt, i doubt they could get anyone or anything good for him.

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  • Ravens1991
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    do the cubs still want Conine and Millar. you think it could be Conine and Millar for Wood

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  • NewAgePack
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    the problem is he would leave and be great somewhere else. his troubles can be fixed.

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  • thetedginnshow
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    Originally posted by Maroney22
    Originally posted by thetedginnshow
    How about Alfonso Soriano for him?

    Even though Soriano is probably my least favorite athlete of all time, the Nats would have to be so dumb to do that. One of the best hitters in the league for a pitchers that is constantly hurt.
    Well, he's already said that he's not going back there, so while it's a huge risk, I assume that that might reap the greatest reward. Of course, that's because I figure that most teams will attempt to low-ball the Nationals since they know Soriano is leaving after this year, but I could be wrong.

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  • Finsfan79
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    His value is like crap right now because he has been on the DL so much for so long. Plus a high salary next year/FA coming up

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    Originally posted by thetedginnshow
    How about Alfonso Soriano for him?

    Even though Soriano is probably my least favorite athlete of all time, the Nats would have to be so dumb to do that. One of the best hitters in the league for a pitchers that is constantly hurt.

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    No way, and I'm only saying that for the cubs good :twisted:

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  • Damix
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    Trade him for what? Not many people will take him

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  • thetedginnshow
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    How about Alfonso Soriano for him?

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  • Brodeur
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    I have a tendency to blame it on Dusty Baker for leaving his pitchers out too long, but Wood's delivery is just prone to injury. Prior has a very good delivery, but it's really just freak accidents. I think Prior will be able to stay healthy once he comes back, but the Cubs need to get rid of Wood soon. He is just too injury prone.

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