Harang has limited no-trade
Among the Reds starting pitcher Aaron Harang has figured prominently in trade rumors as July 31 nears. Harang said he has a partial no-trade clause but was hazy on Tuesday with the details about which teams.
“I don’t know which teams I put,” Harang said. “I put them down a couple of years back.”
Harang, who is starting on Wednesday, has one guaranteed left on his contract beyond this season. He’s making $11 million this year and $12.5 million in 2010 with a $12.75 million option for 2011.
“You can’t let it bother you, especially being a veteran guy, your name is going to come up more times than not,” Harang said of the rumors. “You just can’t let it affect how you go out and play every day. I’m going to show up at my locker each day. You really don’t know. I will know if they ever call me into the office and tell me. I’m not worried about it.”
— Mark Sheldon
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The Reds have to trade for someone, I would like to see Both Harang and Arroyo, they need a change of scenery, I would like to see their rotation like this:
I have a MLB source that thinks the REDS might be in talks with the Padres GM and thinks that Adrian Gonzalaz might be traded to the REDS if the teams can’t work out a trade for some minor leaguers and Edwin Encard and maybe Bronson.
Trade would make since for both teams Bronson and Jake Peavy and Votto moving to LF and Adrian at first!!!! this team would be set for next year
I would like to see the reds rotation like this..
They need to trade Harang and Bailey for ****.
would like to see the reds rotation like this..
They need to trade Harang and Bailey for a shortstop