Cubs trade D. Aardsma and prospect J. Vasquez to White Sox for N. Cotts.
How does Hendry trade Aardsma, who has closer potential, and a prospect to a team like the White Sox, who are definetely in need of bullpen help, and end up on the short end of the stick?
Hendry must have been on a suger rush after a hangover and thought Williams said Buehrle instead of Cotts. What other explanation can you give me?
In all seriousness though, unless Hendry has a suitor for Cotts, unlikely, or has a deal in the works with Eyre, posiible, I just don't see how this move helps the Cubs.