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Ramirez reverses field with no-trade clause?

Posted on: July 28, 2011 6:27 pm
Edited on: July 28, 2011 6:38 pm
 
By Matt Snyder

Considering the dearth of good offensive third baseman around baseball this season, Aramis Ramirez would be a pretty hot commodity on the trade market. Scott Miller of CBSSports.com reported earlier this week the Angels have discussed the Cubs' third baseman. It's just that to this point, Ramirez and his agent have stated that he's not interested in waiving his no-trade clause.

After Thursday's loss to the Brewers, however, it would appear Ramirez is close to singing a different tune.

"They come to me with a trade, we'll see," Ramirez said (Chicago Sun Times via Twitter). He also noted that if the Cubs are rebuilding, he's not a fit and he understands this is a business.

Ramirez, 33, is hitting .293 with 19 home runs, 63 RBI and an OPS well over .800. He's been with the Cubs since a trade in July of 2003. He has a $16 million option for the 2012 season that would vest upon a trade, but it's possible Ramirez, his agent and an acquiring team would restructure that part of the contract.

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