Should Dodgers Trade Juan Pierre?

Eli GreenspanSenior Analyst IJune 10, 2009
Dodgers outfielder Juan Pierre has stepped up big time since Manny Ramirez was suspended, hitting .352 with 28 runs scored, 13 stolen bases, and a .412 on-base percentage.
Pierre has three years and $28.5 million left on his contract, and has a limited no-trade clause. 
While I think the Dodgers should trade Pierre, mostly because of the prospects they could net, it may not be worth it to eat a large portion of his salary.
Pierre is a great fourth outfielder and gives you a speed off the bench. He can bunt almost on command and gives pitchers headaches when he reaches base. 
If you were Ned Colletti, would you trade Juan Pierre?

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