Aurilia probably not going anywhere Bill Lack 07/31/2005 4 and isn’t happy.. Here’s the article. Share this:TweetPrint 4 Responses Jim McCullough 07/31/2005 I wouldn’t mind his staying if he wasn’t so much of a whiner. I appreciate his desire to play but he has a role. It didn’t help when he hit the pop up in his first AB last night. He was walking back to the dugout before it came down. Whines then doesn’t hustle. Great combination! Glenn 07/31/2005 I think Aurilla is one of the veteran players that knows that he doesn’t have that many years left. He wants to play for a winning team w/ a chance at the World Series. Your point about him being a whinner is well taken. He comes off that way. I can’t blame him for wanting to be on a winning team, but he doesn’t have to sail all his dirty laundry into the media. He’s been around long enough to know better. Jim McCullough 07/31/2005 Padres wish they had dealt for him after seeing him go serious yard today. What a shot! Greg 08/01/2005 This is quite foolish. Why didn’t Aurilia go anywhere? Who cares if another team didn’t give up their top prospect for him….on Sunday, you get what you can get because Aurilia is not taking the Reds to the playoffs this year and he isn’t going to play for them at all next year. With a contract less than a $million, I can’t see him passing through August waivers. Another bad move (or non-move in this case) by O’Brien.