Orioles & Athletics




Orioles & Athletics

July 15, 2019


Name Age Level P1 P2 Availablility Years AFV Salary Surplus Low Median High
Montas 26 Majors SP Low 4.7 40.3 17.3 23 19 21 23


Name Age Level P1 P2 Availablility Years AFV Salary Surplus Low Median High
Davis 33 Majors 1B Very high 3.5 -6.59 80.5 -87.7 -89.7 -87.7 -85.7
Diaz Minors OF 24.2 19.4 24.2 29
Hall Minors LHP 23.6 18.9 23.6 28.3
Hays Minors OF 9.8 7.8 9.8 11.8
Mancini 27 Majors OF Medium 3.5 41.7 17 24.7 24.7 28.9 33
Rodriguez Minors RHP 17.8 14.2 17.8 21.4
Cash Array 5
  1. Chris Davis is set to earn about 68 million dollars from now until the midterm elections of 2022. He alone accounts for 30% of Baltimore’s cap space. This is unacceptable – and so he must be traded. The best offer is for a heavy dose of prospects and Trey Mancini in exchange for a disgraced ace in Frankie Montas. While perusing the poor San Francisco Giants outfield on Fangraphs (‘fifth on the list is Mike Yastrzemski, who we kinda want back…’), Mike Elias gets a call from the office of the Oakland Athletics. He in informed that the trade is a done deal, with the addition of an extra $5m for a small market.

    Unsure about what to do, Elias panics when he hears Matthew Boyd and Nicholas Castellanos have been traded (if Tigers get another #1 pick, the tank will be possibly permanent). He accepts. What do y’all think?

    • Aaron Cook

      So you’re saying trade away the entire future of the team just to get rid of one contract that won’t affect them at all when they are ready to win again where’s your logic here makes absolute no sense

  2. Kevin Chen

    This is the exact opposite of what Elias would do. There’s no reason to dump all those prospects for cap space because his team is bad enough that no self-respecting free agent would want to come there. Even then, the A’s have nowhere in the lineup for Mancini unless the O’s take back Canha, plus they are already paying through the nose for a doppelganger DH.

Submit a Comment