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  • Garcia
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Originally posted by SF69ers:
He made it sound like a certainty

that would be a good trade. nolasco would be a great fill in for vogey.
Originally posted by Garcia:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
He made it sound like a certainty

that would be a good trade. nolasco would be a great fill in for vogey.

I looked at Nolasco's salary and career stats and my verdict is if the Giants could get Nolasco in a salary dump style trade, they should pull the trigger but shouldn't give up significant prospects.

Nolasco makes 11.5M this year and then is a FA

Career ERA around 4.5 this year so far 3.98 ERA

With that said I think there is a good shot at prying him from the Marlins by just taking the salary and a marginal prospect or two.
He'd pitch better in our park too. I would think so anyway.
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Former mlb gm,Jim Boden, now an espn analyst, was a guest on 95.7 The Game, and just said we were working a deal with Miami for Ricky Nolasco and Stanton.

Originally posted by sfgiantdave:
Originally posted by Garcia:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
He made it sound like a certainty

that would be a good trade. nolasco would be a great fill in for vogey.

I looked at Nolasco's salary and career stats and my verdict is if the Giants could get Nolasco in a salary dump style trade, they should pull the trigger but shouldn't give up significant prospects.

Nolasco makes 11.5M this year and then is a FA

Career ERA around 4.5 this year so far 3.98 ERA

With that said I think there is a good shot at prying him from the Marlins by just taking the salary and a marginal prospect or two.

I agree with not giving up any significant prospects for Nolasco. The guy is the ultimate underachiever. I would think the Marlins would LOVE to dump that salary right now.
Originally posted by ads_2006:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Former mlb gm,Jim Boden, now an espn analyst, was a guest on 95.7 The Game, and just said we were working a deal with Miami for Ricky Nolasco and Stanton.


Anyone going to the game Saturday? Trying to find tickets right now.
Kickham went 6 1/3 innings and only allowed 1 Earned Run, this would be 5 good starts in a row.

I'm definitely in favor of calling up Kickham unless of course we could get Nolasco as a salary dump style trade
  • jrg
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Question for you Giant fans. Cardinals are playing the Dodgers this weekend.

Do you root for the Cardinals to beat your rivals?

OR

Do you root for the Dodgers (because they suck) and hope the Cardinals lose (to get the best record in the NL)

???

For example, if the Cubs were playing the Giants...I would probably root for the Cubs. They don't stand a chance and the Giants are in my way of getting that top record.
Cards.

It's early. Always root against your division. Always.
Go Cards GO. f**k LA.
Originally posted by jrg:
Question for you Giant fans. Cardinals are playing the Dodgers this weekend.

Do you root for the Cardinals to beat your rivals?

OR

Do you root for the Dodgers (because they suck) and hope the Cardinals lose (to get the best record in the NL)

???

For example, if the Cubs were playing the Giants...I would probably root for the Cubs. They don't stand a chance and the Giants are in my way of getting that top record.

f**k the dodgers. Why would we root against the cards when we give zero f**ks about them and we are a 1/4 of the way into a season.
Originally posted by Rubberneck36:
Originally posted by jrg:
Question for you Giant fans. Cardinals are playing the Dodgers this weekend.

Do you root for the Cardinals to beat your rivals?

OR

Do you root for the Dodgers (because they suck) and hope the Cardinals lose (to get the best record in the NL)

???

For example, if the Cubs were playing the Giants...I would probably root for the Cubs. They don't stand a chance and the Giants are in my way of getting that top record.

f**k the dodgers. Why would we root against the cards when we give zero f**ks about them and we are a 1/4 of the way into a season.

Neither.
Originally posted by ads_2006:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Former mlb gm,Jim Boden, now an espn analyst, was a guest on 95.7 The Game, and just said we were working a deal with Miami for Ricky Nolasco and Stanton.


lol i wish
Originally posted by sfgiantdave:
Kickham went 6 1/3 innings and only allowed 1 Earned Run, this would be 5 good starts in a row.

I'm definitely in favor of calling up Kickham unless of course we could get Nolasco as a salary dump style trade

what would it take to get him?
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