MLB Trade Rumors part two

By | November 2, 2017

Boston Red Sox

The Red Sox don’t really need more pitching, and after acquiring Adrian Gonzalez, GM Theo Epstein would probably be reluctant to deal any more top prospects. Still, you can’t count Boston out of any blockbuster deal.

The key to this deal would be 23-year-old southpaw Felix Doubront. After posting a 2.81 ERA through 80 innings split between Double-A Portland and Triple-A Pawtucket, he looked respectable in a 25-inning stint with the big-league club. Yet for some reason, Boston seems eager to trade him, where to buy MLB Jerseys? maybe ujersy is a good choice.

Also headed to the Royals would be 19-year-old Stolmy Pimentel, who BA just called the team’s third-best pitching prospect (now that Casey Kelly is gone), and Yamaico Navarro, a 23-year-old infielder who hit .275/.356/.437 at Double-A and Triple-A in 2010.

St. Louis Cardinals

Adam Wainwright. Chris Carpenter. Zack Greinke. With apologies to the Phillies’ “H2O” group, adding Greinke to the Cardinals’ already intimidating rotation would make theirs the best pitching staff in the game.

The centerpiece of this deal would be Colby Rasmus. Ranked the third-best prospect in the game on BA‘s list before the 2009 season, Rasmus hit .276/.361/.498 with 23 homers and 12 steals this year.

Not the kind of player you’d expect to be on the trading block, but after Rasmus was benched for no good reason several times during the season and his public feud with manager Tony La Russa, the front office has to at least consider shopping him.

Rasmus for Greinke seems like a fair swap, but of course, these things never work out as simply as they could. So we’ll throw in shortstopBrendan Ryan, who lost his starting job in St. Louis when the team traded for Ryan Theriot.

Baltimore Orioles

The Orioles making a play for a big name? Stranger things have happened, and Baltimore appears ready to spend in an effort to avoid complete humiliation in the AL East.

This deal would begin with 22-year-old right-hander Chris Tillman. Tillman has yet to find much success in the majors (4-10, 5.61 ERA in 2009-10), but his minor league track record (40-31, 3.69 ERA) and the no-hitter he threw at Triple-A in April suggest he will soon grow into his talent.

Twenty-four-year-old righty David Hernandez has had a similar story, to a lesser extent: his 4.93 ERA in the bigs over the last two years is a significant drop-off from his 3.84 career MiLB mark. Hernandez has been an oft-discussed name so far this winter.

Rounding out the deal is 20-year-old right-hander David Bundy, who posted a 3.65 ERA in 116 innings at Single-A Delmarva this year.

San Diego Padres

As far as I know, no one has connected Greinke to the Padres, but San Diego’s farm system just got a huge jump-start from the Adrian Gonzalez trade. If the Royals were willing to eat some salary, the Friars could be fits.

I hope Casey Kelly hasn’t unpacked yet, because he’s the first one to get his ticket booked for Kansas City. The former Red Sox’ top prospect encountered some difficulties adjusting to full-time pitching in 2010, but he still posted a healthy 2.3 K/BB ratio with Double-A Portland, if you want to buy Colorado Rockies Jerseys, go to ujersy.

Meanwhile, Matt Lollis, 20, had a great year with Low-A Eugene and Single-A Fort Wayne, going 7-4 with a 2.12 ERA in 89 innings.

Ordinarily, that would probably be enough. But to compensate for the salary the Royals would eat, the Friars would throw in 21-year-old lefty Pedro Hernandez. More impressive than his 3.57 career MiLB ERA in 226.2 innings is his fantastic 6.06 K/BB ratio over the last four years.

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