Nick Carfado of the Boston Globe reports the San Francisco Giants have offered Manny Ramirez a three-year contract with an option for a 4th season. However, there is no dollar figure accompanying the report.
Staying with West Coast news from the East Coast Boston Globe, Mr. Carfado also reports Adam Dunn is Plan B for the Los Angeles Dodgers in the event Manny Ramirez really has a second serious suitor. With James Loney at 1B and really inexpensive, I'm not convinced Dunn would be a great signing for the Dodgers at anything more than a one- or two-year deal.
Wherever Manny signs, I don't see any effect on his fantasy value with the almost-unneeded-to-say fact he won't hit as well over a full season in LA as he did in the two months he spent there last season. However, I would have some concern Adam Dunn's streak of 40-HR seasons could end if he is no longer hitting in freidnly confines for 81 games a season.
A three-year contract offer from the San Francisco Giants to Manny Ramirez?
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