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The Braves are “hot” for Carlos Quentin

Jul 28, 2011, 2:34 PM EDT


Look, I’ll point you to the earlier post about how the White Sox are inclined to keep Carlos Quentin — it’s not like they’re our of contention — and I’ll remind you that various people have tweeted today that the Sox, if they were to trade Quentin would be asking for a ton of talent in return. Let us agree, then, that a Carlos Quentin deal isn’t totally imminent here.

But I post this anyway, because I would like for it to be known, that Ken Rosenthal described the Braves’ interest in Quentin as them being “hot” for him.

The day after every trade deadline, I wake up feeling like I need to scrub all of the sin away.

  1. deathmonkey41 - Jul 28, 2011 at 2:36 PM

    Hot for Teacher was a better song title.

  2. chrisdtx - Jul 28, 2011 at 3:03 PM

    I have trouble telling my Quentin’s apart since reading The Sound and the Fury.

  3. halladaysbiceps - Jul 28, 2011 at 3:37 PM

    ” Ken Rosenthal described the Braves’ interest in Quentin as them being “hot” for him.”

    Why not just say that Atlanta has interest in Quentin? Why do these clowns like Rosenthal, Olney and the other clown who’s name I can’t think of now have to use these ridiculous unprofessional words? These guys are never right anyway. Most of the time I think they make stuff up, always site anonymous sources that are fictional to justify their job.

    I agree, Craig. Evertime I hear these made up rumors, I want to take a hot shower and scrub myself with a wired brillo pad.

  4. proudlycanadian - Jul 28, 2011 at 6:43 PM

    Who is having the hot flashes? The Braves or Rosenthal?

  5. leonlionjr - Jul 28, 2011 at 8:02 PM


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