Brewers & Yankees




Brewers & Yankees

February 20, 2023


Name Age Level P1 P2 Availablility Years AFV Salary Surplus Low Median High
Cortes 28 Majors SP LHRP Low 3 49.4 16.5 32.8 26.2 32.8 39.4
Dominguez Minors OF 29.9 23.9 29.9 35.9
Schmidt 27 Majors RHRP Medium 5 16.9 6.1 10.8 8.6 10.8 13
Warren Minors RHP 4.6 3.7 4.6 5.5


Name Age Level P1 P2 Availablility Years AFV Salary Surplus Low Median High
Burnes 28 Majors SP Low 2 106.8 28.5 78.3 62.7 78.3 94
  1. jay monty

    The Brewers don’t want Dominguez. Yankees keep Dominguez/Warren and swap in Peraza/Marinaccio.

    • Chris Santos

      With Adames, I guessed no ss, but looking at brewers top prospects, I see now that the top 3 are of. I wouldn’t mind the swap

  2. Andrew Carter

    This leaves the Yankees with zero pitching depth. Burnes is an obvious improvement over Cortes, but the rotation would become Cole, Rodon, Burnes, Severino, German. 3 of those guys (Rodon, Severino, German) have extended injury history. 1 injury severely hurts the team, 2 pretty much ruins the season.

  3. Chris Santos

    Didn’t we literally see that just last year and we dealt with it. Also u must forget how good GIl can be, I am a big believer in him. 2. Mikeal King can fill in as a 5 inning guy if needed.

    • Andrew Carter

      Yankees went on a historic run last year for half a season that awarded them the ability to give extra rest to Cortes and Severino. I wouldn’t rely on magic 2 years in a row, especially given how the regular season almost ended for the Yankees.

      You shouldn’t rely on Luis Gil because you don’t know what you’re getting form him after TJ. He can be really good, but forcing him into an important rotation spot when he isn’t ready could be really bad. Same with Michael King. He’s dominant in the bullpen, so moving him to the rotation for an extended time could be really bad for him (see Joba Chamberlain).

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