Richmond Lockwood Sexson. Looking forward to the 2007 campaign, the question of whether to move him certainly must be asked. Since the All-Star break, Sexson has put up a .305/.377/.584 line. In the month of September, he's looking even better with a .361/.429/.694 line. He's 31 years old, and has 2 years remaining on his deal ($14M per). If he continues to produce at his current rate, then it would take a pretty awesome offer for me to part with him.