(10-21-2012 09:09 AM)tntmclmm Wrote: I very highly doubt Hamilton will get any kind of long term deal from any team. He's a great player but too high maintenance. That's something he's done to himself and I don't think any agent can fix it for him. The most I could see him getting is a 3 year deal at the most.
(10-21-2012 09:21 AM)nyyankeesfan28 Wrote: And his age is another reason not to get a long deal.
(08-06-2014 11:33 AM)jaykayzee Wrote: Don't confuse "not valuable" with "not collectible".
(10-21-2012 09:29 AM)jacobystealshome Wrote: yea, that's never stopped the yanks from giving someone a long term deal that will cripple them for the last 5 years of the contract... (looks at the yanks corner infield positions)
(10-21-2012 08:46 AM)jacobystealshome Wrote: i can say definitely the red sox wont be in on him, nor on any high end, long year free agent this off-season. there's a reason the sox got rid of thier 3 highest contracts in a trade - they are going back to "theoball". ben cherington has been given the reins of the baseball decisions again. even theo epstein admitted that he was trying to "feed the beast", and went away from the pholosphy that got the red sox 2 championships. the crawford deal, the agon deal would have never been made earlier in theo's career as red sox gm. those were foisted upon the franchise by larry lucchino
plus, hamilton, in a city with the most bars per capita? dont think that is something that would work well
as for the yankees: they are desperately trying to get out from under the luxury tax. every year, the penalties grow, but one year under the cap, and it resets
most likely, he stays in texas. but he could go to the angels, dodgers, or tigers
(10-21-2012 09:34 AM)phillies816 Wrote: I think he lands in Philly
(10-21-2012 12:59 PM)alfredoleal2001 Wrote: Considering we have ruben amaro as a gm he could go and give him a 10 year 300 mill deal lol