Yesterday it was reported that Carlos Delgado is demanding “substantial money and playing time.” In light of this article, however, he’s apparently cool with not getting those things:
“I have to analyze all the options that I have and, another important
thing, I’m not going to sign a contract just to say I signed. You have to look for the best situation for yourself at the
moment . . . If there is no work, I’ll retire. That’s
not Plan A, but if I don’t get any work, I can’t do anything about it.
I am staying positive and the lines of communication are open to try to
create a situation. If nothing comes up, Crash Boat [Beach] is in
Delgado’s somewhat unreasonable demands notwithstanding, I don’t take these comments to be ones made out of anger or frustration. Delgado is reputed to be one of the brighter, more well-balanced guys in the game, and here he actually sounds like he’s approaching all of this in a pretty healthy fashion. “Hey, I want to play, but I’m not going to beg for a job. There are other things for me to do in the world.”