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Out of these guys, who returns next year?

Discussion in 'Red Sox Fan Forum' started by Pessimistic Pete, Oct 4, 2010.

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Who comes back?

  1. Adrian Beltre

    54.5%
  2. Alex Gonzalez

    36.4%
  3. David Ortiz

    100.0%
  4. Jason Varitek

    36.4%
  5. Jonathan Papelbon

    81.8%
  6. Victor Martinez

    72.7%
  7. Tim Wakefield

    45.5%
Multiple votes are allowed.
  1. Pessimistic Pete

    Pessimistic Pete Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

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    Multiple choice poll, so vote for whoever you think will stay.
     
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    WhiteWesWelker88 Banned

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    Papi will come back and it frightens me...... The Sox need to part ways:cool:
     
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    Papi was one of our best hitters this year, why part ways...just pick up the option for another year.
     
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    Alex Gonzalez was on the Red Sox this year?
     
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    if you are insinuating best of the handicap line up, then yes I agree.


    He is not worth his option....... sign V-Mart and then Werth in FA'cy:)
     
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    The Brandon Five Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    Ortiz was sixth in the league for home runs in 2010. Ahead of ARod, Beltre, Carlo Pena and J.D. Drew (among others). He's worth the $ for the option.

    Name the list of players who hit 30 homers who are available for 1 year at $12.5 Million? Especially without giving up any prospects.
     
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    Jayson Werth multi year deal

    V-Mart multi year deal



    are so much better signings than picking up a one year option


    Invest $$$$ in those guys not David "i'm going to get big and fat once I sign a longer deal" Ortiz
     

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