maorifalcon

Forum Members
  • Content count

    2,399
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Posts posted by maorifalcon


  1. 1 hour ago, Falconsfan567 said:

    I think it's gonna be next to impossible to trade with an NL team. The only NL team that is basically out of the playoff hunt is the Marlins. Everyone from the Mets up is within 6 games of the 2nd WC spot. Everyone from the Reds up is 4.5 games out of the 2nd WC spot. If we make a trade it's gonna have to come from an AL team that's already out of it like the Tigers. I'd love to see Matthew Boyd and Shane Greene in a package deal.

    Surely the Giants are sellers? 


  2. On 04/07/2019 at 5:33 AM, blkbigdog35 said:

    Yeah Boogie’s market is definitely slow.  Maybe it’s his asking price or health but the dude has skills.  We need help at the 5 and there aren’t very many good options left out there.

    I'm still trying to figure what we will do with Centre for this season and moving in to next. Len and who? 

    What do we want in a centre? Someone that can own down low or a C with a good shot like Horford? 

    Being Kiwi I'd like to see Steven Adams play the enforce for us. He's, big and tough solid rebounder and defender and is deadly off the pick and roll.

    Paul George got traded and he wants out of OKC. 

     


  3. 1 hour ago, LouDog said:

    The only reason i don't really agree is us bringing up someone like Pache would be reuniting a young player with the rest of our young guys. (Acuna, Albies, Riley, Camargo, etc.). So i don't think the team would look at it as a moral killer, but rather their old minor league teammate getting a chance to prove himself as they have already done. Just my 2 cents

    No way in **** would I trade Kakes, team leader, he's still productive and that would be ****ting on him. He took less money to play in atlanta than what was being offered. Trade Ender, its the simple solution right now. 

    falconsd56 likes this

  4. 33 minutes ago, falconsd56 said:

    He was not great but he had a couple ground balls that just were hit in the right spot....had we not had the stupid shift going then that may have saved a run or 2 in the first.

    The nats also had a great game plan of going after the first pitch alot.

     

    Winkler just put the nail in the coffin...