Christ Almighty, Is The Red Sox Front Office Really This Delusional?


From ESPN:
"This isn't do-or-die for us," Amaro told ESPN.com. "In the end, it's about, 'What is the return?' and, 'Is this the right return?' If it is, we'll move forward. And if it's not we won't." 

The Phillies continue to talk to about a half-dozen teams about Hamels. But other clubs believe that, if he gets dealt this month, it will be to one of four destinations -- the Chicago Cubs, the Los Angeles Dodgers the Boston Red Sox or the Texas Rangers.
The Red Sox sent one of GM Ben Cherington's most trusted assistants, Allard Baird, to see Hamels' start on Sunday. And the minute Hamels left the game, Baird left the ballpark. So could they have painted a more vivid portrait of what they're shopping for than that?.

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The Red Sox have literally the worst record in the American League.  What a fucking joke.  They don't need this guy this year.  Next year is most likely going to be more of the same (as long as Hanley Ramirez, Pablo Sandoval and an aging David Ortiz are on this team, they're not going to rebuild) so there is no point in acquiring him now with an eye towards the future.

But I guess I wouldn't put this past what has become the worst front office in Major League Baseball.  I mean, they have a history of making really dumb moves.


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