Then I actually found another blog with something similar. It was about the Giants and what they would do if they were the GM. I do give the guy credit because he did put a lot of time and thought into it, but it just wasn’t realistic. What realistic moves would you make with your team. Trades, free agent signings or whatever you can think of. You can’t change any of the teams your team has already made this off-season. Starting today….
The A’s have reached preliminary agreement with Giambi on a one-year contract with a club
option for 2010, according to major-league sources (foxsports.com). A’s fans are welcoming back Jason Giambi back with open arms. Jason always said how much he loved playing in Oakland. He will play first and also DH for the A’s.
He’s a great bat to add to the A’s lineup. The A’s made a big splash this off-season when they traded for Matt Holliday. The A’s will have a little pop in their lineup this year. Jack Cust will continue to serve as both an outfielder and DH.
~King of Cali
Today is a good day for the Hot Stove to heat up! The Rays grab Pat Burrell and the Cubs got
Milton Bradley. Both great moves by both teams. The Rays needed a some pop from the right side of the plate. Pat Burrell will be the Rays DH. Milton is a nice bat to add to the Cubs middle of the lineup. He’s a switch hitter so that’s a big plus. Bradley is a good player for the short term, cause you never know if he’s going to turn into the drama Milton Bradley.
A’s are also close to signing Jason Giambi.
Jason has had some great years in the Bay Area, so I’m sure that’s the reason he wants to come back. The A’s also wouldn’t mind having his bat with Matt Holliday in the middle of the A’s lineup.
-King of Cali