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    Re: Reds Trade Rumors

    For example, I put in Mahle for Adell/Bachman/Guzman to that trade generator thing and it still said the Reds were overpaying.


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    Re: Reds Trade Rumors

    Would Boston go for Castillo. Study. And the Moose for Jarren Duran. Jeter Downs. Casas and a starter that’s ready for the majors by at worst next year.

    Reds have to pay salary for rest of year on Moose. Or will paying all of the remaining contract bring back a better pitching prospect.

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    Re: Reds Trade Rumors

    Quote Originally Posted by kaldaniels View Post
    And Castillo could suffer the same fate tomorrow.

    That’s why if you are going/wanting to trade him don’t dick around until the trade deadline to get it done.
    Obviously this point stood for Mahle as well.

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    Re: Reds Trade Rumors


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    Re: Reds Trade Rumors

    I’d think Adell for Mahle straight up would do it.
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    Re: Reds Trade Rumors

    Quote Originally Posted by Benihana View Post
    I’d think Adell for Mahle straight up would do it.
    I think that should have happened 2 months ago.

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    Re: Reds Trade Rumors

    Quote Originally Posted by Benihana View Post
    I’d think Adell for Mahle straight up would do it.
    Last I saw Angels were possibly selling SP so I unless they think Mahle helps them enough next year they may not be a target this deadline.
    “The guys we've had for the most part have been serviceable at this level.”

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    Re: Reds Trade Rumors

    Jon Heyman on the trade market:

    The Reds, a winter fire-seller, could have a productive deadline even with Mahle on the IL and no takers for overpaid vets Joey Votto and Mike Moustakas. Top-of-the-line starter Luis Castillo plus late-blooming infielder Brandon Drury look like headliners in this environment, and if he can stick to baseball, Tommy Pham could help a contender, as might outfield mate Tyler Naquin.

    The Twins, Padres and Mets are among many teams in on Castillo, and it’s no surprise the Reds seek a “top” prospect, such as Anthony Volpe or Oswald Peraza from the Yankees — who check on everyone but actually have a more pressing need, anyway (an outfielder of course).
    https://nypost.com/2022/07/07/mlb-tr...y-seen-before/


    Edit : i thought this was Sherman as it was linked through a Sherman tweet.
    Last edited by klw; 07-08-2022 at 01:50 PM.
    “The guys we've had for the most part have been serviceable at this level.”

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    I imagine the Mets are waiting to see how deGrom's rehab goes before making a big move for SP. The Reds are in an unbelievably good spot with this Castillo trade. You could end up with every serious World Series contender in on a potential deal. The Reds should be looking to get back the best player possible in this trade. I would be looking at this as the chance to land a franchise caliber player.

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    Re: Reds Trade Rumors

    Quote Originally Posted by JCM11 View Post
    I imagine the Mets are waiting to see how deGrom's rehab goes before making a big move for SP. The Reds are in an unbelievably good spot with this Castillo trade. You could end up with every serious World Series contender in on a potential deal. The Reds should be looking to get back the best player possible in this trade. I would be looking at this as the chance to land a franchise caliber player.
    You and the Reds' FO probably have different thought processes.

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    Re: Reds Trade Rumors

    After reading the Sherman post, I looked at the Yankees Top 30. Can't say anyone got me terribly interested as a return for Castillo except for #5 Ken Waldichuk (better pitcher's name than Wildlychuck would be). Position players all seem to have very high k rates at a quick glance.
    https://www.mlb.com/prospects/yankee...ldichuk-686610


    Yankees likely have bigger needs than a top SP anyway as Sherman notes.
    “The guys we've had for the most part have been serviceable at this level.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCM11 View Post
    I imagine the Mets are waiting to see how deGrom's rehab goes before making a big move for SP. The Reds are in an unbelievably good spot with this Castillo trade. You could end up with every serious World Series contender in on a potential deal. The Reds should be looking to get back the best player possible in this trade. I would be looking at this as the chance to land a franchise caliber player.
    Franchise player, like a Tatis, Jr or a Guerrerro, Jr? Or like Alvarez the Mets catcher who is near top of prospect chart?

    Good luck, my friend, but that is very unlikely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by klw View Post
    After reading the Sherman post, I looked at the Yankees Top 30. Can't say anyone got me terribly interested as a return for Castillo except for #5 Ken Waldichuk (better pitcher's name than Wildlychuck would be). Position players all seem to have very high k rates at a quick glance.
    https://www.mlb.com/prospects/yankee...ldichuk-686610


    Yankees likely have bigger needs than a top SP anyway as Sherman notes.
    There are other teams I would rather deal with, I agree with that, but Oswald Peraza is a name I would keep an eye on as a real possibility. The Reds have several SS prospects, but none that are exactly knocking on the door to be called up right now. Peraza seems to have a high floor as a plus glove SS with a decent hit tool. He struggled heavily to start the year at AAA, but has been absolutely killing it the last few weeks. He could be someone the Reds view as an immediate plug and play for the SS position with upside as a .780-.820 type bat at GABP + above-average defense.

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    Re: Reds Trade Rumors

    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Krivsky View Post
    There are other teams I would rather deal with, I agree with that, but Oswald Peraza is a name I would keep an eye on as a real possibility. The Reds have several SS prospects, but none that are exactly knocking on the door to be called up right now. Peraza seems to have a high floor as a plus glove SS with a decent hit tool. He struggled heavily to start the year at AAA, but has been absolutely killing it the last few weeks. He could be someone the Reds view as an immediate plug and play for the SS position with upside as a .780-.820 type bat at GABP + above-average defense.
    No more Perazas.
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    Re: Reds Trade Rumors

    If the Yankees need OF, wonder if a Pham or Naquin for Andujar deal could be had.


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