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AdamB

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2019 Jays Trade Block
« on: July 01, 2019, 09:17:03 PM »
POSITION PLAYERS (OPS+, WAR/650)
C R Yadier Molina- 90, 3.1
1B/2B/3B L Matt Carpenter- 129, 4.7 (option for 2020)

2B L Jason Kipnis- 95, 2.5 (option for 2020)
IF R Jedd Gyorko- 100, 3.4 (option for 2020)
LF R Yoenis Cespedes- 115, 3.9
DH/RF R Nelson Cruz- 127, 3.1

PITCHERS (ERA+, K/9, WAR/200 or 70)
LHP Jose Quintana- 120, 8.4, 4.1
LHP Aroldis Chapman- 170, 14.8, 1.8 (likely to QO)

RHP Josh Fields- 111, 8.8, 0.8 (signed for 2020)
« Last Edit: July 07, 2019, 08:21:46 PM by AdamB »
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Re: 2019 Jays Trade Block
« Reply #1 on: July 07, 2019, 08:34:41 PM »
BUMP. A few big pieces are gone, but there are a couple more that should really be interesting to you. Cespedes (.265/.325/.498 with 21 HR) is simming really well and Cruz, Gyorko and Kipnis all have good to great projections and could be just what you need for the stretch run as well. On the pitching side, Josh Fields has a solid projection (111 ERA+ and 0.8 WAR/70 IP) and heís pitching incredibly well (1.98 ERA). Heís been a train wreck in real life, so he might not be useful next year, but heís only owed $5 mil in 2020 and Iíll cover this year, so it might be worth it if you need a solid RP arm. If SP is what you need, Iíll listen on Mikolas and Stroman, but Iím not actively shopping either. Happy shopping!
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Re: 2019 Jays Trade Block
« Reply #2 on: July 14, 2019, 09:28:36 PM »
Cespedes is the hottest commodity and Cruz is right there behind him. Both are on expiring deals and I can cover their entire salaries if needed. Hit me up if youíre interested in either or any other player on my block.

Side note: two teams have checked in on Luis Severino. Iíd consider moving him, but donít even think of mentioning his injury if you do. Heíll only be dealt for a premium package of picks and prospects. Heís progressing in his rehab and even if he doesnít pitch at all this year, it is a guarantee that he will have a very good projection next year. In other words, Iím not trading him for any less than I would have 6 months ago.
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Re: 2019 Jays Trade Block
« Reply #3 on: July 15, 2019, 08:43:33 AM »
Side note on Severino. If I deal him, it will be me waiving a white flag on 2020 (and beyond.) Iím telling you this to say that getting long term upside would be my goal in a deal.
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