December 10, 2005

SIX INCHES OF SNOW, BUT THE STOVE IS HOT:

A Tejada-for-Ramirez Trade Might Not Be Far-Fetched (Jorge Arangure Jr., December 10, 2005, Washington Post)

In private conversations on Friday between the Orioles and Miguel Tejada's representatives, the shortstop's trade demand first surfaced and Baltimore, according to one team source, has begun listening to offers for their superstar. The Boston Red Sox, likely offering Manny Ramirez, could be a suitor, and the idea of a Tejada for Ramirez deal has not been dismissed by Baltimore. Several teams have already expressed interest but Boston may be the best fit.

"It is a logical suggestion," one team official said of the Tejada-for-Ramirez possibility. "It does seem unlikely. But who knows?" [...]

The Red Sox have already made overtures, and Angelos said he wouldn't have a problem trading Tejada to an American League East team if that's what the front office desired.


Nomar can play Left.

Posted by Orrin Judd at December 10, 2005 8:03 AM
Comments

When he's not out injured . . . with 90% of the Sawx pitching staff.

go Yanks, go Real Sox.

Posted by: Jim in Chicago at December 10, 2005 10:44 AM

Or right, in Cleveland.

Posted by: Robert Schwartz at December 10, 2005 1:22 PM

Nomar's place in the Sox plans - left out.

Posted by: pj at December 10, 2005 5:51 PM
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