Stupidest trade idea ever

Well, Heyward is younger than Ethier and the Dodgers would have time to find a new owner—and get the organization in order before they had to give him a big contract.

Maybe to sweeten the deal the Dodgers would have to throw in James Loney. The Braves could use him at first base to help back up Freddie Freeman, and in return the Dodgers could get Tommy Hanson from the Braves.

Jay Hey and Hanson for Ethier and Loney?!?

Hey Bleacher Report (quoting Hubie Brown): Are you fucking retarded?

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8 Comments on Stupidest trade idea ever

  1. the real big cat // May 2, 2011 at 3:34 pm //

    gary burzell sounds like one of those guys who used to call skip’s show and wonder why we didn’t trade robert fick for albert pujols.

  2. charlesad // May 2, 2011 at 3:56 pm //

    Why not toss Venters in there, too?

  3. Jack Straw // May 2, 2011 at 5:14 pm //

    Haha let ‘em dream! Wait till Heyward gets really comfortable. He will scare pitchers the way Ted Williams and Willie McCovey used to scare pitchers.
    When J-Hey bats, I think of Williams and Stan Musial.

  4. tokyokie // May 2, 2011 at 5:31 pm //

    We’d give the Dodgers Tommy Hanson as a throw-in? What? Tommy’s some marginal AA prospect? What kind of drugs are those people on?

  5. We need to find out what in section of the bleachers this report is filed – ’cause apparently that’s where “the good shit” can be found.

  6. Viva Rufino Linares! // May 3, 2011 at 7:51 am //

    Hanson will need someone to catch him, let’s add McCann. Ridiculous.

  7. No way do we do this without a throw-in from the Dodgers – I’m thinking Lance Cormier!

  8. roadrunner // May 3, 2011 at 5:56 pm //

    The Bleacher Report should be called The Cretin Report.

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