Thursday, July 28, 2011

Pence still at the top of Philly's list

Jon Heyman just tweeted that Pence remains at the top of the Phillies' list, with Carlos Quentin in second place, and that right fielder Dom Brown - who would immediately be slotted in Pence's place should this happen - may not be untouchable, anymore.

This makes perfect sense, because with Pence, the Phillies will have a right fielder for the next 2+ years. I don't understand why Brown would have been a sticking point, anyway.

6 comments:

ledzeb99 said...

If Ed Wade is looking for that "job-saving," "clear win" of a trade, Domonic Brown is it, even straight up for Pence. There aren't many better prospects out there, and none better that are available.

Rhombus67 said...

Fingers crossed. Brown would be great....Brown and Cosart/Singleton would be Amazing!

Rhombus67 said...

By the way...Great job Astros County! The updates have been great and it seems you're always on top of it.

Anonymous said...

My only fear is that if we did somehow swing Pence for Brown, Mills would pinch hit for him every time he came up to bat with RISP in the later innings.

ProBeez4 said...

Brown alone would be nice. Brown and Singleton would be a Justin Upton sized homerun.

Anonymous said...

"My only fear is that if we did somehow swing Pence for Brown, Mills would pinch hit for him every time he came up to bat with RISP in the later innings."

And bench him every time we face a left handed starter.