He is arbitration eligible - I suggest we start with an offer of $1,500,000 over one year read more »
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With a career record number of errors in what i think was a career low in games played i hope hes far from our top priority. I like eckstien but not for more than 2 or 3 mil not the 7 i heard hes looking for.

Eckstein should be demoted to #7 on our offseason target list. read more »
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I keep seeing people write about how much "potential and promise" Anthony Reyes has. I realize I may be in the minority, but I just don't see it. I was wondering how much Reyes being a Cardinal, and most of the people posting on this board being Cardinal fans might be interfering with peoples' judgement.

My question is this. Take a good look at Reyes performance over the past couple of yea read more »
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He's likely going to opt out of his contract with Seattle. He would be a great fit for us IMO. We are talking about how much we need a RH power impact bat that can play LF (not CF like the top OFs in FA), who can go in the middle of the order.

In steps Jose Guillen. Right handed bat, can play LF, who could protect Pujols. He's only 31 years old, and in 2007 he hit .290 with 23 HRs, 99 RBIs, read more »
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If Glavine is interested in the Cards and willing to sign under 10 million, I'd sign him. He'd be a great leader with knowledge he could pass on to the younger pitchers. And if he could remain healthy and go around 200 innings again, he would be much better than most free agents. Also, if I was managing him I would reduce his innings early on, even skip some days so he would be well rested duri read more »
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