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Friday, July 28, 2006

Wait 'Til Monday... 

According to Yahoo! Sports, the Phils have tried to deal Pat Burrell to the Orioles, and Burrell promptly nixed the deal. (Good call, Pat.) Meanwhile the market for Bobby Abreu has shrunk and the Yankees are offering next to nothing for him. I sincerely hope that Pat Gillick hangs onto Bobby if the Yankees don't come through with something significant because dealing your most important offensive player on a team that is struggling to score runs is a recipe for disaster. Wait until Monday. If Burrell and Abreu are going somewhere, it will be on Monday. Meanwhile, I'm hoping that Gillick manages to shop everyone else around too: Cormier, Rhodes, Gordon, Lidle ...

Big five game series with the Fishstripes this weekend. If the Phillies want to try and make a go of the playoffs they've got to win 4 of 5. My prediction: they'll win 2 of 5.

Have a nice weekend everyone! I'll be back Monday to comment on any deals that are made.

Comments:
Still holding on to that grand illusion of playoffs? Time to trade Abreu, even if it is merely a salary dump. This is a fine case where on base percentage is overrated...Abreu just isn't worth it anymore!
 
well it actually happened. and now begins a new era in phillies baseball. i know many are opposed to this deal, but i'm optimistic of what the offseason will bring. i have to be, or i'd cry.
 
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