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November 28, 2020

Cubs

Name Age Level P1 P2 Availablility Years AFV Salary Surplus Low Median High
Cate Minors LHP 3.4 2.7 3.4 4.1
Cavalli Minors RHP 15.2 12.2 15.2 18.2
Kieboom 22 Majors 3B SS Medium 5.0 42.3 7.7 34.6 27.7 34.6 41.5

Nationals

Name Age Level P1 P2 Availablility Years AFV Salary Surplus Low Median High
Bryant 28 Majors 3B OF High 1.0 23.9 18.6 5.3 4.2 5.3 6.4
Hendricks 30 Majors SP Low 3.0 89.4 43.5 45.9 36.7 45.9 55.1
Cash Minors 2
3 Comments
  1. Noah K

    If the Cubs are truly pushing a re-tool/rebuild I think they would try and push moving Yu before Hendricks. Hendricks is on a more team friendly deal with a skill set that will be more forgiving the older he gets which works better for the Cubs long term plans. Yu makes more sense as a win now piece for the Nationals after a 2nd place Cy Young finish and a better chance to have better results for the next year or two.

    • Will M

      Depends on the level of interest the Cubs have in Kieboom. If the Cubs offered Bryant (est $18.6mill per MLBTR) and Darvish ($59mill over 3 seasons), not only does the deal not work out on this site, it also becomes incredibly expensive for the Nationals, and taking on that kind of cash not only makes them less likely to deal Kieboom, but actually makes them need him more as a minimum wage player. A Darvish/Brayant package on this site is equal to Victor Robles, but he is probably not as available as Kieboom (Robles’ availability is listed as “Very Low”) and they would probably also need his dirt cheap production.. So the Cubs could either part with Hendricks or pay the $25mill (in BTV valuations) difference between Hendricks and Darvish. That is assuming Kieboom is the best prospect in play for them, which I don’t know.

  2. bobby zane

    fairish deal slighlty leaning towards nats favor but this deal wouldnt happen

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