With 50 days remaining, the biggest names who could be moved by July 30
MLB trade deadline
It was preposterous a month ago, and perhaps makes little sense now, but if the New York Yankees don’t start turning their fate around, why couldn’t they be sellers at the trade deadline, even if it’s just listening to offers for outfielder Aaron Judge?
SS Trevor Story, Colorado Rockies.
But the way he’s hitting, he likely will opt out of the final two years, $32 million of his contract.
Former All-Star making it difficult for Cubs to decide.
The Pirates, who are in the infancy stages of their rebuild, know they have a prized trade chip in Frazier, who has a .329/.392/.468 slash line while playing second base and left field.
Shortstop Andrelton Simmons is your man.
Do they still go for it, hoping a switch-hitting outfielder like Ketel Marte of the Diamondbacks or left-handed slugger Joey Gallo can give them a significant boost, with the 0.1 WAR from their outfielders the lowest in baseball?
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