"I'm just jumping ahead true, but it probably will happen that way."
I'd like Hairston back, but I'm not sure 8 million for a 4th OF'er who can only really hit righties and who is barely average defensively is worth getting into a tizzy over.
how the h#ll do you know what id be complaining about or not complaining about? If i didnt like that contract i wouldnt of suggested giving it to him.Its negotiating ,mets wanna pay one thing,he wants another.so you meet him half way. the only way its bidding against yourself is if another team wasnt in on him.and the yankees are still (though not as much as before )
that being said,i dont really want hairston back.he just happens to be the best thats still on the market.id like to see what the nats want for Morse.
In this case I dont think unaffordable. Just not worth it. IMO
If you were offered a Chevy that was 13 years old and had 170,000 miles on it for only $8K would you buy it? If you didn't would it be fair to say that it was unaffordable to you? Or would you just say that it was not worth that price?
Just because you don't buy something doesn't mean that it is unaffordable.