December 12, 2007

Marquis For Endy?

Over at Fake Teams they talk about the possibility of trading Endy Chavez for Jason Marquis:


The Mets could address their starting pitching by trading for the Cubs' Jason Marquis, who bring a penny-wise/pound-foolish alternative to filling their rotation holes. And the Daily News says all the team would have to deal was Endy Chavez. Of course, the writer opines that'd be too much. Right, a 4th OF for a veteran pitcher is too steep a price to pay.

All the local NY papers are running articles relating from Mets' management that the team's current ensemble of pitchers is good enough to win without adding Santana. Seems to be as much public relations as truth. Good luck with that.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

well you have to give up something to get something

Anonymous said...

i want pitching but at the cost of endy??? i dont know about that one

Anonymous said...

please say its not true

Anonymous said...

i think i would have to suck it up but i would pull the trigger on this one if i were omar

Anonymous said...

that would be a blow to the bench, but they say that you have to take a little bit of a hit to get something in return

rmeli said...

i love endy, he is a cult hero and a fan favorite, plus he is a great player. Our bench is weak as it is, him being the best one. Marquis would be the fifth starter on our team and personally I like him, I just don't think he has it anymore. Plus, Pelfrey or Humber have a bigger upside.