There’s an AP report that Mike Hampton, traded tonight from Colorado to Florida, will be shipped on to the Braves. Hampton makes a lot of money, though Colorado is picking up some of his salary. By my calculations, he would still make $12.25 million a season, over six years. Tom Glavine’s best offer is a little over $10 million per year over three seasons. Unless you’re sure that Hampton is going to be better than Glavine, and that he’ll still be useful in six years, bringing him in — for more money and at the cost of players — seems foolish to me.