Could Phillippe Aumont Help the Phillies in 2010?

Posted: 16th December 2009 by Tom Dougherty in MLB
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As part of the complicated historic trade that officially took place earlier today, Phillippe Aumont came over from the Seattle Mariners in a package of prospects that sent Cliff Lee to the state of Washington and landed Roy Halladay in Philadelphia. For the Phillies, Halladay was the cornerstone of the blockbuster as he'll anchor the starting rotation for the next four years at the very minimum. While parting ways with Lee was a difficult pill to swallow, it was a move that will benefit the Fightins in a couple of years. To acquire Doc from Toronto, the Phils had to give up highly touted prospects Kyle Drabek, Michael Taylor, and Travis d'Arnaud. In giving up Drabek and Taylor, Philadelphia traded away two of their top three prospects. On top of saying goodbye to three solid prospects in ...

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