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October 19, 2009

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Meg

I'm seriously going to lose it if the Sox don't resign J-Bay!!!
He's actually the topic of my "persuasive speech" that I have to make this week. hahaha pretending the people in my program are the red sox management. hahahha
:D

Tom P

I really think the Sox will play it conservative this off-season for a few reasons. First is that the FA market is weak. 2011 is a MUCH stronger class with younger talent. The Sox will also be rid of Ortiz and Lowell at the end of next season and will have more cash to spend. No one is going to take either one of those two off our hands before then. I think Bay could be a casualty of the off-season plan UNLESS the Sox think he will contribute at a high clip after next season. They are clearly gunning for 2011 to be SERIOUS contenders. Add that to the fact that the Yankees have to decline eventually, or at least Jeter, Rivera, and Posada have to. If they don’t I’m getting the FDA on the line.

IF the Sox do anything this off-season, it will be through trade. It's hard to tell what the value of the Sox young players available for trade would be. Certainly any of Hanley, Felix Hernandez, or Adrian Gonzalez are absolute young studs and would be great to acquire if possible. The Sox also have a track record of replacing talent in the minors and holding on to the right players and I wouldn't think any of these trades would "decimate" our system either. That's the beauty of being a player development machine like the Sox are becoming (other than power hitters, ugh).

Finally, check out some great Boston Memorabilia from my client, Steiner Sports. I can't wait until the WS is over and we can warm up the HOT STOVE! It’ll definitely be an interesting off-season in Boston.

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