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MLB Trade Rumor: Barry Bonds

Here at The Roto Authority, we're the kings of unsubstantiated rumors.  It's just more fun that way!

Nonetheless, there may be something to the Barry Bonds trade rumor I slipped into yesterday's Brian Giles article.


Just so you know I didn't completely pull this out of my arse, here's my source over at The Sacramento Bee.  Said Giants managing general partner Peter Magowan:

"We would explore trading Barry only if he came to us and said that's what he wanted to do.  I don't want to be misrepresented on this. We are not looking to trade Barry Bonds.  I think Barry could still hit when he's 50. I'm confident he'll be back next year, and I don't think he'd ask for a trade. But we would listen if he came to us and felt being a DH would prolong his career."

The article goes on to quote Bonds from spring training 2004 when he somewhat pondered life as a DH.  You'd have to expect 150 games from Bonds if he were a full-time designated hitter. 

We've speculated on Bonds's future in the AL before, discussing a possible White Sox deal.  Regardless, we've got Bonds pegged for a .350-50-110 line in 2006 and we're sticking to it.


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