Interesting hypothetical question that would never happen in real life-
Would you now trade Aroldis Chapman for Giancarlo Stanton?
Fish would love Cuban defector Chapman in the rotation or closing (they've had terrible problems on the backend of their bullpen). Chapman is now on pace to challenge the all-time K/9 season record.
Reds would love Stanton's bat in LF and the cleanup spot for years to come.
In reality, this deal carries far too much risk for both teams to ever come to fruition, but it is somewhat reminiscent of the hypothetical Dunn-for-Beckett discussion between these two teams on this board a decade ago. Would you do it?
(As an interesting aside, did you know that Stanton, Freddie Freeman, and Zach Cozart all went almost back-to-back-to-back in the second round of the 2007 draft? It's pointless to draft in hindsight, but it is interesting that we passed on him twice in the sandwich round that year to draft Frazier and Lotzkar)