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Ever since Johnson signed, Jonathon Sanchez's name has been brought up again as possible trade bait in order to get another hitter in here. Like I said last time the thought of trading Sanchez (for Jorge Cantu) was brought up, if they can't get better than the likes of Cantu, it'd be more worth it for them to carry the strong starting staff and hopefully watch Sanchez's trade value skyrocket in 2009. I personally would prefer the deep, quality starting pitching, unless, of course, Sanchez would bring a guy like Dan Uggla or J.J. Hardy aboard: quality, all-star caliber bats that are in their 20's. After all, I'd consider Sanchez a young quality lefty with all-star capabilities as well. So no, do not deal Sanchez just for the simple fact that you signed R.J., Sabean. Those kind of moves have put the Giants behind the 8-ball in the past. I would just like to see them almost stand pat from this point forward. I still like the possibility of bringing in Ty Wigginton (apparently the Giants have contacted his agent) as insurance at third and to be kind of Mr. Everything the way Rich Aurilia was in 2008 and Pedro Feliz was before he was handed the full time gig at third.
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