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February 26, 2021

Dodgers

Name Age Level P1 P2 Availablility Years AFV Salary Surplus Low Median High
Hader 27 Majors LHRP Very low 3.0 31.4 16.7 14.7 11.8 15.5 19.1

Brewers

Name Age Level P1 P2 Availablility Years AFV Salary Surplus Low Median High
Pages Minors OF 11 8.8 11 13.2
Rios 27 Majors 1B Medium 5.0 11.9 4.8 7.1 5.7 7.1 8.5
4 Comments
  1. heffner hugh

    Nice try, Brewers hang up immideatly. If Hader goes to the Dodgers the return would have to be more subantial, perhaps Victor Gonzalez, Josiah Gray or Kiebert Ruiz plus one or two throw in prospects.

  2. jack monty

    I disagree with hughheff on Hader’s value. The Brewers aren’t going to get Gray or Ruiz plus throw-ins for Hader. I think Rios is a good start, but Pages is too far away to help any time in the next 3-4 years, if ever. IMO Rios-Gonalez for Hader-Black-Rodriguez would be equitable.

  3. Terry Morrison

    I kind of agree with hughheff. The Brewers don’t have to move Hader he still has 3 years of control. Any team that wants him will have to over pay, which is why he is still a Brewer. I am not sure why Gonzalez and Rios have such high values other than they are cheap and controlled. Neither has played a full season yet in the majors both have looked good but small sample sizes. Hader has proven to be elite over the last several years.

    • John Bitzer

      You answered your own question. Gonzalez and Rios are both cheap and controlled, and have performed well enough to raise their values. Hader still has high field value, but he’s getting expensive in salary terms — that $16.7M is only for this year and next because by 2023 he’d be on track to make about $15M in salary, and based on our modeling, he would not be worth that at that point. So that third year is not in play. In other words, you’re only getting two years of him — and relatively expensive ones at that.

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