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    • Sukas says:

      That’s what I was thinking as well. I pesopord a straight-up Young for Youk deal, but it was rejected. So I was thinking about proposing Young and Jeremy Hellickson for Youk. I have plenty of starting pitching (King Felix, Gio Gonzalez, Cliff Lee, Tommy Hanson, Ubaldo, Latos, Verlander, and Hellickson). Would it better to try this 2-1 deal, or try and get Aramis in a 1-1 deal? -1Was this answer helpful?

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    • Mituru says:

      Go for Youk over Aramis. I think you are on the right track with your offer. If he doesnt acepct, I’d even step it up to Latos/Young and try to get a decent throw in from him maybe a closer or top set-up guy like Clippard or Bard if he has them. Your pitching is very deep and I thin kyou can afford to take the hit there. -2Was this answer helpful?

  3. Carlinhos says:

    Michael Young is one of the more consistent pylears in the game and I do think he’ll be able to maintain similar number in the second half. However, Kevin Youkilis is easily the best player of three given his power advantage over Young and the fact that he plays in one of them best offenses in baseball. I can’t imagine someone would trade you Youkilis for Young straight up, but if they will you should pounce right away. I’d keep Young over Aramis. +5Was this answer helpful?