Ike Trade Talk Sorta Odd

For the record BMF doesn’t think anyone on this team should be untouchable - and by that I mean ANYONE. But I found it a little strange that Ike Davis’ name was mentioned in possible winter dealings.

It started innocently with TC stating that Duda would get some starts at 1st, but now it’s “out there” and it just feels kinda icky.

I’d definitely trade Ike or Duda for the right deal - I mean neither has set the world on fire yet so I don’t know what we’d get in return to make it an attractive enough deal to pull the trigger on.  But I’m still not sure why we’re talking about dealing Ike before the season is even over.

But I guess that’s what happens when the only suspense left is whether you finish in last… Again.


Matt Harvey was a beast and deserved the win in what was his final start of the season.  Unfort FrankFranc was unavailable and Howard got Edgin for a 2 run blast in the 9th. 

Oh well.

4 Responses to “Ike Trade Talk Sorta Odd”

  1. foxster Says:

    i think the current rumor is Ike Davis for a 1947 DeSoto sedan with fluid drive.

  2. OptimistBlondiesJake Says:

    For the first two months, Ike was a disaster, batting about .166 with 5 HRs and 21 RBIs. Since then, he’s around .250 with 22 HRs and 60 RBIs. He had a solid rookie season and was on his way to an excellent sophomore campaign when he was injured. Why do people question how good this guy is and how important a true HR threat is in a lineup?

  3. the dude formerly known as bill l. Says:

    Hefner’s start tonight was so bad, it was almost Glavine-esque.

  4. the dude formerly known as bill l.he Says:

    Anybody else watching this. It’s pretty unbelievable. Just when you think it can’t get any worse. 25 out of 29 home losses. 10 pitchers in a 9 inning game. 20 singles allowed. Still haven’t scored 3 runs in forever. top of ninth had to be seen to be believed. A dropped ball at short, another at third, run walked in, another in on a HBP, and then there’s Edgin…….

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