Re: So who's on the block?
I could see Maddux back to Atlanta or possibly to one of the New York clubs. The big question is "What will the Reds do?" The haven't been buyers in so many years and I have no idea what to expect out of Krivsky. He seems very unpredictable. The Reds need a couple or three bullpen arms and another starter. I wonder what will be available to them? I think we can cross out any of the Chicago Cubs' guys. The White Sox are always looking to unload Garland, whom isn't very good, but an upgrade to the back end of the rotation.
Right now I couldn't even guess what's going to happen as far as trades, but I do know that the Cubs and Astros are dead unless the Astros go get some bats in a hurry and the Cubs need everyone really healthy, really fast. Prior should be back within a week to 10 days so that will help. I still don't think they have the team to compete with St. Louis or Cincinnati. btw, Chris Carpenter looked like he could use another couple of weeks.
good post M2.
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