Rays & Mariners & Dodgers

Submitted by: Kybowren

Rays

NameAgeLevelP1P2AvailabilityYearsAFVSalarySurplusLowMedianHigh
Diego Cartaya22MinorsC00021.517.221.525.8
Matt Brash26MajorsRPLow574.134.339.831.839.847.8
Gavin Stone24MajorsSP6173.913.110.513.115.7
Gabriel Gonzalez19MinorsOF00013.110.513.115.7
Tai Peete18MinorsSS3B0004.23.44.25

Total Value:

91.70

Mariners

NameAgeLevelP1P2AvailabilityYearsAFVSalarySurplusLowMedianHigh
Randy Arozarena29MajorsOFLow381.342.838.630.938.646.3
Yandy Diaz32Majors1BLow386.13056.144.956.167.3

Total Value:

94.7

Dodgers

NameAgeLevelP1P2AvailabilityYearsAFVSalarySurplusLowMedianHigh
Luis Castillo31MajorsSPLow5142.4121.620.816.620.824.9
Tyler Glasnow30MajorsSPLow138.12513.110.513.115.8

Total Value:

33.9

mp2891

Rays would never do this. This trade leaves too much value on the table (basically giving away Glasnow), swaps 3 players for only 5 (Rays generally trade their most valuable players in 1 for 3-5 player trades), and the main headliner coming back to the Rays is valued like a starter even though he pitches in relief and might not transition to starting all that well. Way too risky for the Rays at a $40MM valuation. Rays say no.

Kybowren

Well I included Brash specifically because he is the kind of guy the Rays could look at and see as a starter and really like. Also the Rays get a decent catcher and another promising arm as well as two guys with potential one of whom they liked in the draft quite a bit. Maybe they would ask for more but I don’t think I’m miles off the mark here.

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