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Dealing With the Enemy: Brewers Could Send J.J. Hardy To Rival Cubs or Twins

Published by on October 13, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB

As the Milwaukee Brewers look toward a long off-season filled with projects, one objective that will have priority is their effort to trade 27-year-old shortstop J.J. Hardy.

Hardy, just two years removed from a 2007 National League All-Star selection, watched his production and value to the club drop sharply in 2009. After a 2008 campaign in which he batted .283/.343/.478, and saved the Brewers 16 runs with his glove alone, Hardy sank into futility as the season wore on.

Milwaukee replaced him in a full-time starting role with top prospect Alcides Escobar, and Hardy saw just 75 plate appearances from Aug. 1 on. With injured Rick...

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