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Rob Bradford is joined by Turtleboy of TurtleboySports.com to discuss which current major leaguers might be in line to become Hall of Famers. The duo dive into the difficulties facing the current crop of big leaguers when trying to reach Hall of Fame status.
We tackle four topics, all surrounding the four worst Sox trade deadline deals in recent memory.
absence. Ellsbury fills in as an everyday corner outfielder with Ramirez sidelined. Countermoves : The Sox acquired Eric Gagne to offer late-innings insurance for All-Star setup man Okajima and to offset some of the innings lost by Donnelly's
of course, have a fairly dismal history of trading for relievers in the last decade. In 2007, the team acquired Eric Gagne -- who nearly sabotaged the team's march to an AL East title -- for David Murphy (a valuable contributor to World
per se. And on that front, it's easy to understand the team's leeriness. After all, past deals for the likes of Eric Gagne (requiring the Sox to send David Murphy, Kason Gabbard and Engel Beltre to the Rangers), Mark Melancon (who cost
perils of trading for relievers and the challenge of predicting their responses to a new environment. The 2007 deal for Eric Gagne at the trade deadline and the more recent trades for Mark Melancon (terrific in Houston, terrible in Boston, now
the best position to shore up their shortcomings. The Sox had that in 2007 (when they made an ill-fated deal for Eric Gagne ), 2008 (when they could swallow Manny Ramirez ’s salary and add Jason Bay as well as Mark Kotsay ) and 2009 (when they
Sox last season before signing with the Marlins in the offseason. 7. July 31, 2007: Red Sox receive right-hander Eric Gagne , send left-hander Kason Gabbard and outfielders David Murphy and Engel Beltre to the Rangers The Red Sox strengthened
price, there are just not going to be that many guys out there and I think the Red Sox, given their experience with Eric Gagne and others, will probably be one of the first teams to say, ‘You know what? We will just try other options from within
250 million of bets. And finally, in his new book, Eric Gagne said that during his time with the Dodgers 80 percent ..... French-language book, titled "Game Over: The Story of Eric Gagne ." "I was intimately aware of the clubhouse in which
Former major league pitcher Eric Gagne — who had a memorably bad and brief tenure with the Red Sox in ..... growth hormones in 2010. In the book, “Game Over: The Story of Eric Gagne ,” he explains that he used the drugs over a three-year period
in the majors through the season’s first four months. Yet they still went out and made a deal at the deadline for Eric Gagne , believing that they would benefit by reinforcing a strength rather than risk having some of their relievers — most notably