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sunofgold
10-01-2008, 10:55 PM
Am I missing anybody? Not that many. Dodgers play a nice game.

DODGERS:
Pablo Ozuna (wish that we had him right now)

CUBS:
Neal Cotts (wish that we had him...version 2005)
Bob Howry (he is still around)

BREWERS:
Ray Durham (he is still around)
Mike Cameron (cheater)

PHILLIES:
Scott Eyre

ANGELS:
Jon Garland (he could be a good 5th starter)

RAYS:
Chad Bradford

RED SOX:
None

Chez
10-02-2008, 07:45 AM
Javier Lopez of the Red Sox and Mike Rivera of the Brewers were both briefly White Sox property, but neither appeared in a regular season game for us.

Noneck
10-02-2008, 07:52 AM
Am I missing anybody? Not that many. Dodgers play a nice game.

DODGERS:
Pablo Ozuna (wish that we had him right now)

CUBS:
Neal Cotts (wish that we had him...version 2005)
Bob Howry (he is still around)

BREWERS:
Ray Durham (he is still around)
Mike Cameron (cheater)

PHILLIES:
Scott Eyre

ANGELS:
Jon Garland (he could be a good 5th starter)

RAYS:
Chad Bradford

RED SOX:
None

RAYS:
Chad Bradford

The Sox should have him,could help the pen now and before and now he could hurt the Sox.

salty99
10-02-2008, 09:28 AM
Phillies: Tadahito Iguchi

Chez
10-02-2008, 09:34 AM
Phillies: Tadahito Iguchi

The Gooch is not on the playoff roster -- wasn't eligible.

salty99
10-02-2008, 09:49 AM
The Gooch is not on the playoff roster -- wasn't eligible.

ok

BRDSR
10-02-2008, 10:07 AM
Mike Cameron (cheater)



Never heard that. Why?

Hokiesox
10-02-2008, 10:09 AM
Never heard that. Why?

stimulant use. He claimed he needed them to recover from a collision in 2005.

hawkjt
10-02-2008, 10:17 AM
stimulant use. He claimed he needed them to recover from a collision in 2005.


Maybe he was using yesterday on that botched drive to center that basically cost the brewers that game.:wink:
I know he is an outstanding centerfielder which makes that play all the more shocking.

sunofgold
10-02-2008, 10:45 AM
He started the season with a suspension. I don't think that I will count the player who never played a game with the WHITE SOX on a major league level.

I think Bradford had some injuries issues in the past. He has bounced around but he is a good pitcher.

Ozuna was a guy that Ozzie Guillen didn't want to release. However, he could let Uribe go (which was the right choice). Ozuna would look nice on our roster, but that is okay. Maybe Ozuna can help beat the Cubbs.

kitekrazy
10-02-2008, 01:15 PM
Am I missing anybody? Not that many. Dodgers play a nice game.

DODGERS:
Pablo Ozuna (wish that we had him right now)

CUBS:
Neal Cotts (wish that we had him...version 2005)
Bob Howry (he is still around)


ANGELS:
Jon Garland (he could be a good 5th starter)



The Cubs wish they had the 2005 version of Cotts about right now. Lou has no confidence in his pen either.

Ozuna-AL players always look better when they go to the NL.

Garland-The other guy to yell at who is not Javy.

btrain929
10-02-2008, 01:25 PM
Phillies: Tadahito Iguchi

The Gooch is not on the playoff roster -- wasn't eligible.

Wasn't Iguchi on the Padres, not the Phillies?
Edit: Nevermind, I see he went back to the Phils at the end of the year.

sunofgold
10-02-2008, 01:32 PM
I think Iguchi started the season with the padres. He injured his shoulder and was out for a couple of months. The Padres must have released him b/c the Phillies signed him for a second tour of duty.

Iguchi was signed in early September and thus was ineligible for the playoffs for the Phillies.

Thus, he doesn't make my list. He isn't in the playoffs.

Garland isn't starting for the Angels. He is coming out of the bullpen.

doctorlecter
10-02-2008, 09:26 PM
ANGELS:
Jon Garland (he could be a good 5th starter)



$12 million for a fifth starter?!? Sure, ours makes $11.5 million, but he didn't start out as a fifth starter, and I think that the D-Backs are still paying some of it.