Which players have you traded for?

SDS

That’s awesome. I haven’t seen him in one of my offers yet and I’ve played through 25 or so now.

SDS

@asocial_grace said in Which players have you traded for?:

I’m playing the Rangers now too, currently in the postseason. I also asked for Yelich and Arenado (and didn’t get them) but first and foremost wanted relievers. That bullpen is rough, and their only dependable reliever (LeClerc) has trouble hitting spots, so I managed to get Tommy Kahnle and an 80-rated reliever with good control, which both helped a lot. You’re often in key positions where you need to come from behind over 3 innings or break a tie, so keeping the CPU from scoring was vital to me. Eventually I also picked up a couple outfielders to shore up things, as Danny Santana and his 47 fielding wasn’t getting it done in CF. I didn’t get many ideal trade choices, but it worked.

I’m doing the Rangers as well and targeted relievers too. I was offered Britton for just about nothing. Needed a quality lefty.

SDS

Playing a Cincinnati Reds one and so far there hasn't been a ton of action on the trade front as of July 5th.

We've managed to swing deals for Jake Diekman to get another decent lefty out of the pen so Amir Garrett's arm doesn't fall off, and somewhat randomly acquired Adam Eaton since the game refuses to call up Aristides Aquino. The Eaton trade was a no-brainer considering all I had to give up was Kyle Farmer.

I was offered Corey Kluber for an A prospect (Jameson Hannah) and some spare parts, Trevor Rosenthal for a nobody C grade minor league guy, and Eduardo Rodriguez for Nick Senzel and Jake Diekman. I would've done the Rodriguez deal if it didn't include two players I consider so important to this team and in hindsight, I should've just taken the Kluber deal but I dashboarded to try and see if I could get some more appealing offers and sure enough, I had to play a game before the trades came up this time which means I wasn't going to get a prompt in the same spot again. Heh...

I am now targeting Nick Anderson (Rays) to solidify my bullpen as the defined closer, Francisco Lindor (Indians) because the Reds it's a realistic move that makes sense and it would be awesome to get him in the game, too; and then I've got Mitch Garver (Twins) to give me an offensive threat at catcher and Trevor Story (Rockies) in case the Lindor deal doesn't happen.

I've put Josh VanMeter, Hunter Greene, Jameson Hannah (A prospect), and Phillip Ervin on the trade lock. Since I have no plans to turn this into a Franchise at the end of the playoffs, I figure I'll put my best prospects like Hunter Greene on there.

SDS

Playing for Cleveland. I've improved their bullpen.

Aquired Kirby Yates for Franmil Reyes
Aquired Aroldis Chapman for prospects
Aquired Starlin Marte for prospects
Aquired Carter Kieboom for a low level prospect

For a lineup of

Catcher - Roberto Perez
1st base - Carlos Santana
2nd base - Christian Arroyo
3rd base - Jose Ramirez
Short Stop - Fransico Lindor
Left Field - Greg Allen
Center Field - Oscar Mercado
Right Field - Starlin Marte

With a bullpen of

Dominic Leon
Adam Plutko
Oliver Perez
Hunter Wood
Adam Cimber
Kirby Yates
Aroldis Chapman
Brad Hand

SDS

@samguenther1987 said in Which players have you traded for?:

Playing for Cleveland. I've improved their bullpen.

Aquired Kirby Yates for Franmil Reyes
Aquired Aroldis Chapman for prospects
Aquired Starlin Marte for prospects

For a lineup of

Catcher - Roberto Perez
1st base - Carlos Santana
2nd base - Christian Arroyo
3rd base - Jose Ramirez
Short Stop - Fransico Lindor
Left Field - Greg Allen
Center Field - Oscar Mercado
Right Field - Starlin Marte

With a bullpen of

Dominic Leon
Adam Plutko
Oliver Perez
Hunter Wood
Adam Cimber
Kirby Yates
Aroldis Chapman
Brad Hand

Love the moves you've made. Very realistic for the most part, too.

I am so jealous that you were able to get Aroldis Chapman. I was beginning to think that it was just impossible to get him because I've tried on so many teams for so long, and I even try dashboarding to get a new set of trades when I don't like what I'm offered.

SDS

@BodamEscapePlan said in Which players have you traded for?:

@samguenther1987 said in Which players have you traded for?:

Playing for Cleveland. I've improved their bullpen.

Aquired Kirby Yates for Franmil Reyes
Aquired Aroldis Chapman for prospects
Aquired Starlin Marte for prospects

For a lineup of

Catcher - Roberto Perez
1st base - Carlos Santana
2nd base - Christian Arroyo
3rd base - Jose Ramirez
Short Stop - Fransico Lindor
Left Field - Greg Allen
Center Field - Oscar Mercado
Right Field - Starlin Marte

With a bullpen of

Dominic Leon
Adam Plutko
Oliver Perez
Hunter Wood
Adam Cimber
Kirby Yates
Aroldis Chapman
Brad Hand

Love the moves you've made. Very realistic for the most part, too.

I am so jealous that you were able to get Aroldis Chapman. I was beginning to think that it was just impossible to get him because I've tried on so many teams for so long, and I even try dashboarding to get a new set of trades when I don't like what I'm offered.

Yah i've tried to get him a few times and this time it worked out. Team went on a run after getting him too. I was chasing/ tied with Minnesota at the time (trade deadline) and ended up 15 games up on then for the division.

The one that caught me off guard was Kieboom for next to nothing. Nice having a great prospect.

SDS

Atlanta Braves

Traded for Jorge Solar - Christan Pache
Traded for Trevor Story - 2 top prospects (Shea Langeliers, Alex Jackson)
Traded for Miguel Andujar - Minor prospect
Franmil Reyes - minor prospect

SDS

In my most recent M2O with the Milwaukee Brewers, I'm currently in the NLDS against the Braves. We finished with 117 wins, which broke the record for all-time wins in a season, but it took us to the final regular season game to get there.

Throughout the season we acquired:

  • Zack Britton (RP) from the Yankees for prospect Ronny Rodriguez

  • Mychal Givens (RP) from the Orioles for C-grade prospect

  • Mike Clevinger (SP) from the Indians for prospect Ethan Small

  • Trevor Story (SS) from the Rockies) for Luis Urias & Tristen Lutz

  • James Paxton (SP) from the Yankees for prospect Brice Turang & two other prospects

These acquisitions helped up so much; finally being able to run out a strong rotation 1-5 with Clevinger, Woodruff, Paxton, Houser, and Peralta. The addition of Ttevor Story put an end to the revolving door of shortstops and simultaneously put an end to the Orlando Arcia experiment to give us not only a huge upgrade at the plate but give us even better defensive play and a threat to steal bases.

Solidifying the bullpen and rotation were my primary goals I wanted to accomplish early on, and I feel I did just that and then some. Our first trade was for Zack Britton who gave us another strong lefty -- who could even close, if need be -- to balance the pen out. Then we went out and got Mychal Givens not long after acquiring Britton. Givens and Hader allowed us to play matchups as they shared the role of closer. These trades also allowed us to be able to use Josh Hader in a multi-inning role, which was crucial in a lot of games.

Finally, we get to the starting rotation. When I first started this M2O, I did not like the way the rotation looked. I wasn't about to put my season on the shoulders of Eric Lauer, Brett Anderson, Freddy Peralta, and Adrian Houser as our only starters aside ace Brandon Woodruff. I was very surprised to see an offer proposed by Cleveland that would send us Mike Clevinger, I took that deal so quickly, and I'm glad I did as Clevinger had a phenomenal season with us and may end up winning the NL Cy Young award as the only other realistic option is Dodgers longtime ace Clayton Kershaw (who had a ridiculous season finishing with an ERA of 2.32 and a win/loss record of 21-3.) That said, I still think Clevinger will ultimately win it after posting a 2.96 ERA with 17-4 record to go along with 274 strikeouts and only 60 walks in 231 innings pitched.

The acquisition of James Paxton was our final trade and we barely beat the clock on that as we finished it on the day of the trade deadline. The package we sent back to the Yankees was headlined by top prospect Brice Turang. Paxton was having an underwhelming season before he was sent to us as he sported an unsightly 4.78 ERA but in his first start with the Crew went on to strike out 15 batters in a complete game shutout of the Minnesota Twins. Paxton finished the season with a solid 3.48 ERA, a WHIP of 1.17, a strikeout and walk line of 279 Ks to only 63 walks, and a win-loss record of 16-14, in which 12 of those losses came as a Yankee before we acquired him. Overall, Paxton gave us an elite #3 starter and a rock-solid lefty in our rotation, albeit one who will be a free agent after the conclusion of the World Series.

SDS

@samguenther1987 said in Which players have you traded for?:

Atlanta Braves

Traded for Jorge Solar - Christan Pache
Traded for Trevor Story - 2 top prospects (Shea Langeliers, Alex Jackson)
Traded for Miguel Andujar - Minor prospect
Franmil Reyes - minor prospect

Man, I feel like I get Jorge Soler in every single one of these that I do. He killed it for me in my Reds M2O, but of course with Castellanos in LF, our outfield defense was awful!

SDS

@BodamEscapePlan said in Which players have you traded for?:

@samguenther1987 said in Which players have you traded for?:

Atlanta Braves

Traded for Jorge Solar - Christan Pache
Traded for Trevor Story - 2 top prospects (Shea Langeliers, Alex Jackson)
Traded for Miguel Andujar - Minor prospect
Franmil Reyes - minor prospect

Man, I feel like I get Jorge Soler in every single one of these that I do. He killed it for me in my Reds M2O, but of course with Castellanos in LF, our outfield defense was awful!

Yah that makes for a very slow outfield, he was a monster for the Braves after I got him. I looked for Reyes on the Braves after the trade deadline and I think they sent him to the minors lol (he came back when prospects were called up in late September)

SDS

Not MTO related but I'm close to getting Jazz Chisholm from the Marlins. That will be my 6 teams completed or getting over 80% done (Chicago NL, NY AL, Miami, St Louis, LA AL and Cleveland)

SDS

@samguenther1987 said in Which players have you traded for?:

Not MTO related but I'm close to getting Jazz Chisholm from the Marlins. That will be my 6 teams completed or getting over 80% done (Chicago NL, NY AL, Miami, St Louis, LA AL and Cleveland)

I just finished my 6th team to 100% today, too. I swept the Twins in my M2O with the Brewers. While I'm probably not going to use Zack Brown unless I need innings for the Brewers, the M2O itself was a lot of fun.

I'm thinking I'm going to do a Cubs one next (it's going to feel kind of weird as a White Sox fan) as I have a lot of ideas of who I want to get with them. I'm going to try and upgrade their 2B position with Whit Merrifield (he'd look good in a Cubs uniform), plus he can play anywhere and would fit in nicely the teams positional flexibility with Bryant, Schwarber, Baez, Ian Happ, and Nico Hoerner.

I'm also going to try to get a strong left-handed reliever and a bonafide ace. For the lefty reliever, I'm going to target Andrew Miller, Sean Doolittle, Will Smith, Jose Alvarado, or Brad Hand. As for the starter, I'm going to go after Jack Flaherty, Charlie Morton, Blake Snell, Justin Verlander, Luis Castillo, or may end up going for a SP2 like Eduardo Rodriguez, Sonny Gray, Matthew Boyd, or Carlos Carrasco.

SDS

@BodamEscapePlan said in Which players have you traded for?:

@samguenther1987 said in Which players have you traded for?:

Not MTO related but I'm close to getting Jazz Chisholm from the Marlins. That will be my 6 teams completed or getting over 80% done (Chicago NL, NY AL, Miami, St Louis, LA AL and Cleveland)

I just finished my 6th team to 100% today, too. I swept the Twins in my M2O with the Brewers. While I'm probably not going to use Zack Brown unless I need innings for the Brewers, the M2O itself was a lot of fun.

I'm thinking I'm going to do a Cubs one next (it's going to feel kind of weird as a White Sox fan) as I have a lot of ideas of who I want to get with them. I'm going to try and upgrade their 2B position with Whit Merrifield (he'd look good in a Cubs uniform), plus he can play anywhere and would fit in nicely the teams positional flexibility with Bryant, Schwarber, Baez, Ian Happ, and Nico Hoerner.

I'm also going to try to get a strong left-handed reliever and a bonafide ace. For the lefty reliever, I'm going to target Andrew Miller, Sean Doolittle, Will Smith, Jose Alvarado, or Brad Hand. As for the starter, I'm going to go after Jack Flaherty, Charlie Morton, Blake Snell, Justin Verlander, Luis Castillo, or may end up going for a SP2 like Eduardo Rodriguez, Sonny Gray, Matthew Boyd, or Carlos Carrasco.

I'm very excited to use Chisholm. Looks like he could be my new shortstop or split time with Larkin.

If you do the Cubs you should try to target Ken Giles. He solidified the bullpen for my run. I managed to get Gleybor Torres and he also really helped.

SDS

@samguenther1987 said in Which players have you traded for?:

@BodamEscapePlan said in Which players have you traded for?:

@samguenther1987 said in Which players have you traded for?:

Not MTO related but I'm close to getting Jazz Chisholm from the Marlins. That will be my 6 teams completed or getting over 80% done (Chicago NL, NY AL, Miami, St Louis, LA AL and Cleveland)

I just finished my 6th team to 100% today, too. I swept the Twins in my M2O with the Brewers. While I'm probably not going to use Zack Brown unless I need innings for the Brewers, the M2O itself was a lot of fun.

I'm thinking I'm going to do a Cubs one next (it's going to feel kind of weird as a White Sox fan) as I have a lot of ideas of who I want to get with them. I'm going to try and upgrade their 2B position with Whit Merrifield (he'd look good in a Cubs uniform), plus he can play anywhere and would fit in nicely the teams positional flexibility with Bryant, Schwarber, Baez, Ian Happ, and Nico Hoerner.

I'm also going to try to get a strong left-handed reliever and a bonafide ace. For the lefty reliever, I'm going to target Andrew Miller, Sean Doolittle, Will Smith, Jose Alvarado, or Brad Hand. As for the starter, I'm going to go after Jack Flaherty, Charlie Morton, Blake Snell, Justin Verlander, Luis Castillo, or may end up going for a SP2 like Eduardo Rodriguez, Sonny Gray, Matthew Boyd, or Carlos Carrasco.

I'm very excited to use Chisholm. Looks like he could be my new shortstop or split time with Larkin.

If you do the Cubs you should try to target Ken Giles. He solidified the bullpen for my run. I managed to get Gleybor Torres and he also really helped.

I may just do that. I acquired Giles in my first White Sox M2O and finished with an ERA under 2.50. He always seems to come up in trade offers, too.

SDS

@samguenther1987 said in Which players have you traded for?:

@BodamEscapePlan said in Which players have you traded for?:

@samguenther1987 said in Which players have you traded for?:

Not MTO related but I'm close to getting Jazz Chisholm from the Marlins. That will be my 6 teams completed or getting over 80% done (Chicago NL, NY AL, Miami, St Louis, LA AL and Cleveland)

I just finished my 6th team to 100% today, too. I swept the Twins in my M2O with the Brewers. While I'm probably not going to use Zack Brown unless I need innings for the Brewers, the M2O itself was a lot of fun.

I'm thinking I'm going to do a Cubs one next (it's going to feel kind of weird as a White Sox fan) as I have a lot of ideas of who I want to get with them. I'm going to try and upgrade their 2B position with Whit Merrifield (he'd look good in a Cubs uniform), plus he can play anywhere and would fit in nicely the teams positional flexibility with Bryant, Schwarber, Baez, Ian Happ, and Nico Hoerner.

I'm also going to try to get a strong left-handed reliever and a bonafide ace. For the lefty reliever, I'm going to target Andrew Miller, Sean Doolittle, Will Smith, Jose Alvarado, or Brad Hand. As for the starter, I'm going to go after Jack Flaherty, Charlie Morton, Blake Snell, Justin Verlander, Luis Castillo, or may end up going for a SP2 like Eduardo Rodriguez, Sonny Gray, Matthew Boyd, or Carlos Carrasco.

I'm very excited to use Chisholm. Looks like he could be my new shortstop or split time with Larkin.

If you do the Cubs you should try to target Ken Giles. He solidified the bullpen for my run. I managed to get Gleybor Torres and he also really helped.

I should've probably mentioned that I did indeed start one. We're off to a great start too; starting the season 27-10.

SDS

@BodamEscapePlan said in Which players have you traded for?:

@samguenther1987 said in Which players have you traded for?:

@BodamEscapePlan said in Which players have you traded for?:

@samguenther1987 said in Which players have you traded for?:

Not MTO related but I'm close to getting Jazz Chisholm from the Marlins. That will be my 6 teams completed or getting over 80% done (Chicago NL, NY AL, Miami, St Louis, LA AL and Cleveland)

I just finished my 6th team to 100% today, too. I swept the Twins in my M2O with the Brewers. While I'm probably not going to use Zack Brown unless I need innings for the Brewers, the M2O itself was a lot of fun.

I'm thinking I'm going to do a Cubs one next (it's going to feel kind of weird as a White Sox fan) as I have a lot of ideas of who I want to get with them. I'm going to try and upgrade their 2B position with Whit Merrifield (he'd look good in a Cubs uniform), plus he can play anywhere and would fit in nicely the teams positional flexibility with Bryant, Schwarber, Baez, Ian Happ, and Nico Hoerner.

I'm also going to try to get a strong left-handed reliever and a bonafide ace. For the lefty reliever, I'm going to target Andrew Miller, Sean Doolittle, Will Smith, Jose Alvarado, or Brad Hand. As for the starter, I'm going to go after Jack Flaherty, Charlie Morton, Blake Snell, Justin Verlander, Luis Castillo, or may end up going for a SP2 like Eduardo Rodriguez, Sonny Gray, Matthew Boyd, or Carlos Carrasco.

I'm very excited to use Chisholm. Looks like he could be my new shortstop or split time with Larkin.

If you do the Cubs you should try to target Ken Giles. He solidified the bullpen for my run. I managed to get Gleybor Torres and he also really helped.

I should've probably mentioned that I did indeed start one. We're off to a great start too; starting the season 27-10.

Yah they flew out of the gate for me I think they had 50 wins or so by the all star break. I know I got every reward possible.

SDS

@samguenther1987 said in Which players have you traded for?:

@BodamEscapePlan said in Which players have you traded for?:

@samguenther1987 said in Which players have you traded for?:

@BodamEscapePlan said in Which players have you traded for?:

@samguenther1987 said in Which players have you traded for?:

Not MTO related but I'm close to getting Jazz Chisholm from the Marlins. That will be my 6 teams completed or getting over 80% done (Chicago NL, NY AL, Miami, St Louis, LA AL and Cleveland)

I just finished my 6th team to 100% today, too. I swept the Twins in my M2O with the Brewers. While I'm probably not going to use Zack Brown unless I need innings for the Brewers, the M2O itself was a lot of fun.

I'm thinking I'm going to do a Cubs one next (it's going to feel kind of weird as a White Sox fan) as I have a lot of ideas of who I want to get with them. I'm going to try and upgrade their 2B position with Whit Merrifield (he'd look good in a Cubs uniform), plus he can play anywhere and would fit in nicely the teams positional flexibility with Bryant, Schwarber, Baez, Ian Happ, and Nico Hoerner.

I'm also going to try to get a strong left-handed reliever and a bonafide ace. For the lefty reliever, I'm going to target Andrew Miller, Sean Doolittle, Will Smith, Jose Alvarado, or Brad Hand. As for the starter, I'm going to go after Jack Flaherty, Charlie Morton, Blake Snell, Justin Verlander, Luis Castillo, or may end up going for a SP2 like Eduardo Rodriguez, Sonny Gray, Matthew Boyd, or Carlos Carrasco.

I'm very excited to use Chisholm. Looks like he could be my new shortstop or split time with Larkin.

If you do the Cubs you should try to target Ken Giles. He solidified the bullpen for my run. I managed to get Gleybor Torres and he also really helped.

I should've probably mentioned that I did indeed start one. We're off to a great start too; starting the season 27-10.

Yah they flew out of the gate for me I think they had 50 wins or so by the all star break. I know I got every reward possible.

Yeah, I'm smashing it with them now. We just swung a deal for Jeff McNeill from the Mets and I'm feeling confident at each spot in my lineup now.

SDS

Started one with the Royals and initially I was looking to target SP, RP, and a CF to move Merrifield back to 2nd. But after a few games i was rolling with the trio of Barlow, Hill, and Rosenthal at the back of the bullpen so I instead targeted SP, CF, and 1B. And then after finishing off a perfect game with #5 starter Jorge Lopez I realized i actually didnt mind the starters either, so i targeted 3B instead of SP because Franco was getting on my nerves. First trade offer i was offered Bradley Zimmer, Margot, and another minor leaguer and i passed on them. Then the real offers came in.

Kris Bryant- Got him for 1B Nick Pratto(21 yo, 64 ovr, A pot), CF Kyle Isbel( 22 yo, 72 ovr, A pot.) and a low level prospect

Christian Yelich- I wasnt even targeting him and in the same offer i was also offered Avisail Garcia so im assuming the Brewers were blowing it up. but i got him for SS Bobby Witt Jr( 19 yo, 71 ovr., A pot.) CF Michael Gigliotti( 23 yo, 70 ovr, A pot.) and another low level prospect

Johnathan Schoop- Got him for Franco and a low level prospect

Ketel Marte- Got him for Hunter Dozier, Brady Singer, and a low level prospect. I was also offered Realmuto at this time to but i was fine with Perez.

I ended up with a lot of good bats and now i have guys playing out of positon but the offense will more than make up for any defensive problems, got a lineup now that looks like this

CF Marte
2B Merrifield
1B Bryant
RF Yelich
DH Soler
3B Schoop
C Perez
SS Mondesi
LF Gordon

I know the CPU will more than likely change this on me lol but im very excited to finish the 2nd half of the season and hit the playoffs with this team

SDS

Started a Cleveland Indians M2O with the rumors going around that their Stage 3 Team Affinity is going to be Jim Thome, I better have them at 100% ready to go for Tuesday and this one has been a lot of fun! My first two games of the season went to extra innings against the Tigers and in both I hit a really derpy-looking blooper for the game-winning run.

Their roster had a lot more holes and weaknesses than I was expecting but luckily the role-players on this team play really well in-game. Guys like Delino Deshields, Cesar Hernandez, Greg Allen, Franmil Reyes, and Roberto Perez hit much better than their ratings say they should. Plus, their back-end starters and relievers play way above their ratings, too; Dominic Leone, Zach Plesac, Aaron Civale, Phil Maton, and Adam Cimber are so much better than I thought they would be. I even finished off a no-hitter with Zach Plesac.

With most of the role-players exceeding expectations, it's allowed me to get creative with the trades and moves I've made. So far, we're sitting at 73-21 in mid-July and we've already acquired:

  • Liam Hendriks, (CP) Oakland A's
    This was the first move we made in late-April and it has proven to be just what we needed. Initially, I was going to target another left-handed reliever as our only lefty aside from our closer Brad Hand was veteran Oliver Perez but instead of acquiring another lefty, landing Hendriks -- a dominant righty -- has freed up Brad Hand to be used in more of a multi-inning left-handed batter-specialist role. This trade also allowed us to not have to worry about the stamina of our closer since we have two high-end relievers with extensive closing experience with Hendriks and Hand. To get Hendriks, we only had to send Oakland OF prospect Bradley Zimmer.

  • Whit Merrifield, (2B/OF) Kansas City Royals
    I cannot overstate the impact this trade has had. Not only has Merrifield solved our issue of finding a consistent lead-off hitter who fits the role, but his versatility and ability to play solid defense almost anywhere has allowed us to have so much flexibility late in games and being able to get guys like Jordan Luplow (against LHP) and Delino Deshields (as a pinch-runner) in games where the situation calls for their skill-sets. Not to mention we didn't have to give up much to get him, sending only prospect Bobby Bradley (1B), Tyler Naquin (who was in AAA all year to that point), and something called Enrique Villanueva; a 29 year-old minor-leaguer who had "F Potential."

  • Robbie Ray, (SP) Arizona Diamondbacks
    Our most recent trade was for Robbie Ray, who gives us our only left-handed option in our starting rotation. This trade allows us to play the hot hand for our 5th starter with Aaron Civale and Zach Plesac. Plus, it gives us a veteran we can count on come playoff-time in October. In Ray's first start with us on the road against the Minnesota Twins, he pitched a complete game shutout. Giving up only 1 hit (a bunt single by Byron Buxton on the first pitch of the game) and struck out 19 batters. Needless to say, we like what we've seen so far.

SDS

Cleveland Indians M2O

Right now, as we approach the trade deadline, we're swinging for the fences to try to patch up our other possible weaknesse and somehow we were able to acquire J.T. Realmuto!

The only problem with this move is a good problem to have: we now have Roberto Perez as our backup catcher with the expectation (on his 'Morale' tab/page) that he should not only be a starter but a "star," in his own opinion. I have about a week before the deadline now, and I have put him on the block. I'd like to keep him around but if the right deal comes along -- we won't hesitate to pull the trigger on it.

I'll update this post after the Trade Deadline...

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