Buster Olney makes a decent case for this year's climate being much more conducive to a trade of Manny Ramirez than last offseason.
With the amount in money/contract committment/SP/prospects most teams are considering to land a Soriano or a Wells, is Manny an option again in Anaheim?
I was against chasing him last year, but with what it seems Stoneman is willing to give up, manny's looking good again...
Posted from ESPN.com Insider
"Manny's Market Value"
posted: Thursday, November 16, 2006
Manny Ramirez's contract has been the 160-ton weight hanging around the necks of the Red Sox for six years, and Boston executives have repeatedly tried to do his bidding and unload the slugger, despite the fact that he drives in 130 runs a year. The Red Sox have tried to waive him, trade him, swap him, sell him, everything.
EDITED: Sorry, can't have more than that much copyright content reposted, but it may be time for the Halosphere to re-ignite "The Manny Discussion"... -(Rev Out)