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    Re: Offseason Trade Targets

    Quote Originally Posted by jwbennett1977 View Post
    I would guess that Marte would be very expensive for the Reds since we are division rivals. He makes sense in our lineup if you ignore the PED suspension, however, do the Reds want to face the talent that they would give up for him for the next 10 years at 18 (11%) games per year?
    Do you think a package built around Winker and a prospect (#6-#10 range (Siri?)) would be enough?

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    Re: Offseason Trade Targets

    Quote Originally Posted by adkindo View Post
    Do you think a package built around Winker and a prospect (#6-#10 range (Siri?)) would be enough?
    If you were the Pirates would you make that deal?
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    Re: Offseason Trade Targets

    The trade evaluation tool in the thread RMR started has Winker's trade value alone being higher than Marte...

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    Re: Offseason Trade Targets

    Saw a Twitter source (FWIW) say that teams are checking in on Winker.
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    Re: Offseason Trade Targets

    I know it would upset many here, but Kyle Schwarber makes a lot of sense for the Reds, even if he wasn’t from you know where.
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    Re: Offseason Trade Targets

    Quote Originally Posted by 757690 View Post
    I know it would upset many here, but Kyle Schwarber makes a lot of sense for the Reds, even if he wasn’t from you know where.
    I would like to have Schwarber but when was the last time the Cub and Reds made a trade?

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    Re: Offseason Trade Targets

    Quote Originally Posted by *BaseClogger* View Post
    The trade evaluation tool in the thread RMR started has Winker's trade value alone being higher than Marte...
    The thing to remember with Winker, and I think I'm guilty sometimes too of overlooking this, is how much team control he has. A guy who hits .307/.396.511 for his MLB career against RHP and is under control for another 4-5 seasons has some pretty good value despite any flaws.
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    Re: Offseason Trade Targets

    This is only Twitter link I could find.

    https://twitter.com/ViewMlb/status/1194310953418076160

    Person has 39 followers. Kind of makes me think it's some guy in his basement.
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    Re: Offseason Trade Targets

    I wonder what it would take to pry Ian Happ from the Cubs.
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    Re: Offseason Trade Targets

    Quote Originally Posted by WrongVerb View Post
    Saw a Twitter source (FWIW) say that teams are checking in on Winker.
    It would take alot for me to give up Winker. That would be a significant hit to our lineup.

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    Re: Offseason Trade Targets

    Quote Originally Posted by DocRed View Post
    I would like to have Schwarber but when was the last time the Cub and Reds made a trade?
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    Re: Offseason Trade Targets

    Quote Originally Posted by adkindo View Post
    Do you think a package built around Winker and a prospect (#6-#10 range (Siri?)) would be enough?
    If I am the Pirates, I would probably want either Senzel or one guy from each list (A + B) below

    List A:
    Mahle, Tyler Stephenson , India

    List B:
    Winker, (Tony Santillan + C prospect), ( Siani + C prospect), Fairchild, Peraza

    I am leaving out guys that obviously the Reds would not give up (example, Suarez).
    That seems fair for both teams.
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    Re: Offseason Trade Targets

    Quote Originally Posted by 757690 View Post
    I know it would upset many here, but Kyle Schwarber makes a lot of sense for the Reds, even if he wasn’t from you know where.
    I'd rather have Adam Dunn back.
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    Re: Offseason Trade Targets

    Quote Originally Posted by CySeymour View Post
    If you were the Pirates would you make that deal?
    maybe, but I guess I would have to know the Pirates overall strategy next season. My thoughts are they may be retooling for a season or 2, and if that is the case, I do think I would consider the deal if I am the Pirates.

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    Re: Offseason Trade Targets

    Sign Castellanos, Grandal

    Trade Iglesias, Aquino, Tyler Stephenson, T.J. Friedl, Jose Peraza for Francisco Lindor

    Trade Freddy Galvis, Sal Romano, Tucker Barnhart for Ender Inciarte


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