Sunday, November 22, 2009

Cubs Can't Find Way to Trade Bradley...

The Bradley saga has been going on since early September with tons of trade possibilities but no ending to it:

At the GM Meetings reported by Ken Rosenthal that there was a propose trade of the Cubs, Mets, and Blue Jays. The Cubs getting Luis Castillo, Mets getting Lyle Overbay and the Blue Jays getting Milton Bradley. This trade was shot down because the Blue Jays GM who is new, did not want Bradley to be his first addition as new GM.

Then in recent days Phil Rodgers reported (usually never listen to him) that the Cubs, Rangers and Mets were talking a trade. With Mets getting Kevin Millwood, Cubs getting Luis Castillo and the Rangers getting Milton Bradley. Also reported by Hot Stove Cubbies, the Cubs and Rangers were talking a deal of Milton Bradley and Aaron Miles for Kevin Millwood but the Rangers also wanted either Sean Marshall or Angel Guzman included in the deal which they were reluctant to do.

Now according to Hot Stove Cubbies, the Cubs, Mets and Rays are talking a deal. Cubs getting Luis Castillo, Mets getting Pat Burrell and the Rays getting Milton Bradley. Also with the Cubs putting money in the deal. This will probably be the deal at the end because this makes sense for every team involved.

I will keep you posted as the Cubs want Bradley gone before the Winter Meetings on December 7th.

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