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Who do we trade? #609389
30/09/2020 09:27
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First of all, I'd hold Cobb and hope he can do something in his final year. He wasn't much this year.

Keep the catchers, too. Everybody has Rutschman up here soon, but he's got a long way to go.Didn't hit at Delmarva last yr. in limited ABs

Hanser Alberto-This mite be the time to move him because it looks like the league's starting to figure him out.He tailed of pretty badly..His numbers are still ok, though, and this mite be the time to get value back.

Nunuz-no glove. And you have a glut at DH, corner OF and first base.Mancini may be back to add to the clutter.At least check the market for Nunez.

What do we trade for?

Top infield prospects who can hit, pitching

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Re: Who do we trade? [Re: mikezpen] #609390
30/09/2020 12:05
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Harrisburg PA.
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Big dependency on whether it's a full season, as to what has value.

Cobb finished huge. He might draw real prospects in another 60 game season, where every game counts almost triple. Same with the whole bullpen. And Hays and Santander. They get hurt constantly. Trade 'em on an upswing. Severino and Sisco in the early season when they're hitting.

I don't think many people trade quality minor league starting pitching, on purpose. It's probably easier to filch middle infielders.

It's hard to assess real needs until we can put up another minor league season. Who the hell knows about the draftees or the trade pickups? Might steal some uncut diamonds at that.


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Re: Who do we trade? [Re: mikezpen] #609405
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The Orioles could use infielders.I just think the two I mentioned s/go while their stock is up.


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Re: Who do we trade? [Re: mikezpen] #609412
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Cobb would have to be a salary dump. He hasn't pitched much the last two years. I doubt you would get much for him.


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Re: Who do we trade? [Re: mikezpen] #609414
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That's why I wouldn't trade him now.Hope he does something next yr. to increase his value.


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