In fairness, he has also been a good and smart baserunner. Not so sure that we should assume he's the same type of baserunner after the ankle injuries
One technicality, the $235 million offer came before they got the $240 million offer from Seattle so it really wasn't even a discount.
So true about having nothing to offer. And I hope nobody suggests a Gary Sanchez/D. Betances for Price scenario.
The only way we see Price
Although Phillips' 2013 season had down numbers (.261/.310/.396) he still had 18HR and 103 RBI last season, mostly in the cleanup spot - with the Yankees,
This is what I quoted earlier, although some people didn't believe it. Cano's hometown discount was $5 million. I repeat....$5 million.
Important point bolded.
Also, Nunez' first MLB season was 2010, so he has no options left that I know of.