Dan Uggla’s Stubbornness is Hurting His Trade Value

Posted: 14th November 2009 by Jeremiah Graves in MLB
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Dan Uggla has no qualms about changing teams. á Changing positions, however, is a whole different ballgame. á Uggla, 29, is due a substantial raise via arbitration, and finds himself on the trading block as a result. á The Florida Marlins arenÆt inclined to give him a raise on the $5.35 million he made in 2009, and with internal options available, an Uggla trade seems inevitable. á The Marlins have received overtures from many teams with interest in the slugging second baseman. á The Red Sox, Braves, Giants, Twins, Orioles, and a host of others have reportedly inquired about his availabilityùbut hereÆs the kickerùnone of those teams view him as a second baseman. á In Boston and Atlanta heÆs viewed as a left fielder. á In San Francisco, Baltimore, and Minnesota heÆs a third bas ...

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