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Peavy signed a two year contract in 2012 for $29 million with a $15 million option for 2015. He's had back issues, but this year he has a 6-3 record with a 3.6 ERA. I'm not sure if we have the pieces or if we match up well, but I'd love to see DD get this guy to stabilize the rotation.

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Peavy signed a two year contract in 2012 for $29 million with a $15 million option for 2015. He's had back issues, but this year he has a 6-3 record with a 3.6 ERA. I'm not sure if we have the pieces or if we match up well, but I'd love to see DD get this guy to stabilize the rotation.

He would work for me.

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Peavy would be my first choice; affordable another year with an option and a real TOR. But you got to pay to play and I think if you don't offer Gausman or Bundy it would have to be Tillman. We almost traded Tillman for Dickey last winter.

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Peavy would be my first choice; affordable another year with an option and a real TOR. But you got to pay to play and I think if you don't offer Gausman or Bundy it would have to be Tillman. We almost traded Tillman for Dickey last winter.

But if you trade Tillman, you aren't really adding that much. You're basically flipping your most reliable starter (until Chen gets back, maybe) for a slightly better, less reliable starter (from an injury standpoint.)

I think maybe you go Schoop and Arrieta or Britton if that gets it done.

Personally, I'd rather stand pat since Schoop is our second baseman of the future, a position that has been a carousel since Roberts started getting hurt.

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Peavy would be my first choice; affordable another year with an option and a real TOR. But you got to pay to play and I think if you don't offer Gausman or Bundy it would have to be Tillman. We almost traded Tillman for Dickey last winter.

Dickey had a cheap year remaining and was coming off a cy young season, though.

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But if you trade Tillman, you aren't really adding that much. You're basically flipping your most reliable starter (until Chen gets back, maybe) for a slightly better, less reliable starter (from an injury standpoint.)

I think maybe you go Schoop and Arrieta or Britton if that gets it done.

Personally, I'd rather stand pat since Schoop is our second baseman of the future, a position that has been a carousel since Roberts started getting hurt.

Peavy > Tillman IMO. Tillman is a mid rotation SP with the ceiling of maybe a #2. Peavy will be the best SP in our rotation by far, for this year and next.
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No way in hell I'd involve Tillman in a Peavy trade. I would still very much like Peavy though. But you want Peavy WITH Tillman, not FOR Tillman. Trading your best starter (arguably) for a guy who is much more expensive, older, and really isn't THAT much better while playing in a MUCH weaker division doesn't really solve the problem.

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No way in hell I'd involve Tillman in a Peavy trade. I would still very much like Peavy though. But you want Peavy WITH Tillman, not FOR Tillman. Trading your best starter (arguably) for a guy who is much more expensive, older, and really isn't THAT much better while playing in a MUCH weaker division doesn't really solve the problem.

Right. You want Peavy to compliment Tillman not to replace him. Not to worry though, I don't see any way the O's trade Tillman especially if he continues to have games like tonight.

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