Cardinals & Mets




Cardinals & Mets

February 23, 2021


Name Age Level P1 P2 Availablility Years AFV Salary Surplus Low Median High
Nimmo 28 Majors OF Low 2.0 45.3 14.1 31.2 25 31.2 37.4


Name Age Level P1 P2 Availablility Years AFV Salary Surplus Low Median High
Hudson 26 Majors SP Medium 4.0 42.1 14.1 28 22.4 28 33.6
Winn Minors RHP 3.3 2.7 3.3 3.9
  1. Delivan Cox

    Cardinals get a left handed, high on base outfielder to lead off. Mets get a rotation piece for when Stroman leaves next year and a minor league pitcher.

    • Lincoln DD

      I’d argue Conforto’s pending free agency is more of a concern than Stroman’s, so I don’t think they’d trade a high-quality outfielder like Nimmo as long as there’s no extension for Conforto. With deGrom, Carrasco, Walker and Peterson all under control into 2022, they could more easily handle a Stroman departure. No Nimmo and Conforto in the 2022 outfield would leave them in really bad shape. The 21-22 free agent outfield market is pretty bad, and the Mets don’t have a lot of near-ready outfield talent in the minors, and a mediocre farm system would make it difficult to upgrade the outfield via trade.

      • Delivan Cox

        I was really just looking for a left handed outfield bat for the Cardinals with them trading from a position of depth. Fortunately, that works with outfielders as well. I teetered between Dominic Smith and Brandon Nimmo, and the other trade I would’ve propose would be Dominic Smith for Harrison Bader and Jhon Torres. The Mets have a plethora of left handed hitting outfielders and the Cardinals have too many right handed hitting outfield prospects. I actually have general concerns about Brandon Nimmo’s inability to stay healthy for an entire season. When healthy, he’s extremely productive… he just never seems to be healthy. I would actually prefer to trade for Dominic Smith instead.

        • Lincoln DD

          Right, I just don’t think the Mets are interested in trading either of those guys. They make of 2/3 of the Mets starting outfield (Almora and Pillar are not starting-caliber outfielders). The trade may fill a need for the Cardinals, but creates a hole for the Mets.

          Nimmo gets a bum rap for his health. His last significant injury occurred after a collision with an outfield wall. He appears fully healed. He doesn’t otherwise have any recurring issues, so no reason to consider him injury-prone.

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