Our new closer. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
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I liked Nestor a lot but this looks like a good deal to me. Santos is signed for the next 3 years, at $1 million, $2.75 million and $3.75 million and there are three team option years at $6 million, $8 million and $8.75 million. He is just 28, making him younger (and cheaper) than the free agent options out there. We owned him once before, when he was a minor league infielder.
Molina is a very good prospect, but I figured he was going to end up in the bullpen anyway, so I'm not to upset that we traded him for a reliever. I think he'll be good, but I'm happy to trade someone that might be a good reliever in the future for someone that is a good closer now.
This falls into the 99% of AA moves that come out of no where. Just when I was thinking it was going to be a boring week.
What do you think of the deal?
This is a good trade for the Jays?
Yes (975 votes)
No (161 votes)
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