Dodgers & Phillies




Dodgers & Phillies

March 1, 2023


Name Age Level P1 P2 Availablility Years AFV Salary Surplus Low Median High
Stott 25 Majors SS 3B Low 6 49.6 16.9 32.6 26.1 32.6 39.2


Name Age Level P1 P2 Availablility Years AFV Salary Surplus Low Median High
Nastrini Minors RHP 11.5 9.2 11.5 13.8
Pages Minors OF 17.3 13.8 17.3 20.8
Vivas Minors 2B 4.3 3.4 4.3 5.2
  1. Aidan Donoviel

    LAD: Again, they need a shortstop. Stott had a good year last year and he is controllable for cheap and young. He can easily develop into a really good starting shorstop, right now he is above average. There are all the reasons in the world to believe that the Dodgers can develop Stott much better than the braves did. They can develop him while at the same timei getting pretty good play at short, and if they really want to platoon, unlikely, for a year Rojas is at least average This is an unlikely trade but theoratically it could work.

    PHI: Trea Turner is in the house. Not only is turner one of the best players in the entire league, but he his durable as well. He doesn’t miss games. Now I believe that the Phillies would not want to trade Stott away, but for the purposes of this trade they are comfortable doing so. Part of that is the package.
    Andy Pages is still a top 100 prospect despite hitting for basically no average last year. He has big time pop and if he takes his hitting up a notch, which he certainly can, there could be a spot in the Phillies lineup this year for the slugger. Nick Nastrini has good upside, performed well last year, and is turning lots of heads around the Dodgers minor league system. Jorbit Vivas is one prospect I am absolutley intrigued by. The young second baseman has torn the cover off the ball everywhere he’s gone so far. Many people in the baseball industry believe that he could be fast tracked to the majors if he puts up good numbers again. The Phillies have thier shortstop, and Alec Bohm is at third, so now they need to turn thier attention to second base. Though Hao-Yu Lee is putting up great numbers and though I am very bullish on him, ranking him #3 in my Phillies system top 10, I beleive Vivas will make it to the majors first.

    • a n

      Yeah I don’t like this one at all. While you spent time talking about how Vivas will be in the majors sooner than Lee, Vivas has never been above A+ ball. This leaves the Phillies without a second baseman, and for a team that just made the World Series, this makes little sense for them. While I do like Pages, the Phillies have no spot for him outside of a 5th outfielder. With Castellanos, Schwarber, Marsh, and Harper, the Phillies outfield is clogged for the foreseeable future. And it’s similar with Nastrini, the Phillies have Wheeler, Nola, Ranger, Walker, Painter, Abel, and McGarry, and while you might want to point out Nola’s contract is over after this year, they are very close on an extension.

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