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June 23, 2022

Padres

Name Age Level P1 P2 Availablility Years AFV Salary Surplus Low Median High
Ohtani 27 Majors SP DH Very low 1.7 109.4 11.9 97.5 78.5 97.5 116.5

Angels

Name Age Level P1 P2 Availablility Years AFV Salary Surplus Low Median High
Abrams 21 Majors SS OF Very low 5.7 58.7 4.0 54.7 43.8 54.7 65.6
Gasser Minors LHP 2.4 1.9 2.4 2.9
Hassell Minors OF 38.7 31 38.7 46.4
Knehr 25 Majors RHRP SP Medium 5.7 2.1 0.5 1.6 1.2 1.6 2
3 Comments
  1. Dan Nov

    I dont think these Ohtani trades work on this website just because it doesnt account for his superstar status. His on field value may be 97.5, but he gives whatever organization that has him soooo much off field value. Mike Trout AFV is 483 over the next 8.7 years, while Ohtani’s is 107 in 1.7 years. Any team that trades for him will definitely lock him up for the rest of time, so I’d peg him to actually have close to 200+ trade value like Tatis, not 97.
    Lets be real, if the Angels had to trade Ohtani to the highest bidder, Padres would have to give up Abrams, Gore and Hassel to start. Whatever the hypothetical trade is, it won’t be fair prospect-wise, since no matter what the Angels get they will always lose this trade since they’d be trading possibly the greatest baseball player ever, in his prime.

    • Kellen Haynes

      Gore has the ceiling of a better pitch than ohtani (and was better than ohtani up to his coors start) and Abrams and hassell both have higher offensive ceilings than ohtani. Padres would be getting fleeced.

    • Robbie Hyde

      His value outside of the baseball field doesn’t have anything to do with his value as a player.

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