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Machado Trade Expectations

Machado Trade Expectations  

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  1. 1. Regarding the return we receive, what are your expectations of whatever Machado trade takes place?

    • The return will be outstanding.
    • The return will be solid.
    • The return will be merely decent.
    • The return will be poor.
    • The return will be just terrible.
    • I expect we will not trade him at all, getting only a compensation pick in next year's draft.


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Honestly starting to think the Yankees would be the best trade partner. They have a lot in the farm system and would probably be more willing to give it up because their MLB roster is young. Help Yanks win their 28th WS and we get some good young players in return

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Just now, Moose Milligan said:

Quarterback sacked, moved back to the 25.  10 yard loss, 3rd down and long.

Nah, man. We're gonna make like Jim Marshall and take it to the house!

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2 minutes ago, Lucky_13 said:

Honestly starting to think the Yankees would be the best trade partner. They have a lot in the farm system and would probably be more willing to give it up because their MLB roster is young. Help Yanks win their 28th WS and we get some good young players in return

I think so, too. I think Clint Frazier is almost a throw-away piece for them and would be a nice starting point along with an arm of which they have a few.

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38 minutes ago, Moose Milligan said:

They're not close.  Milwaukee and LA, the two teams that were apparently really close a couple days ago can't even agree on the centerpieces of the deal. 

Of course, if this is to be believed.  I know several of you hold a grudge against Rosenthal but I think he's one of the better reporters around.

 

 

Rosenthal is a Putz.

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1 minute ago, jamalshw said:

I think so, too. I think Clint Frazier is almost a throw-away piece for them and would be a nice starting point along with an arm of which they have a few.

And I think the Yankees might be more willing to give up Andujar because they can probably lock up Manny long term 

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2 minutes ago, Lucky_13 said:

Honestly starting to think the Yankees would be the best trade partner. They have a lot in the farm system and would probably be more willing to give it up because their MLB roster is young. Help Yanks win their 28th WS and we get some good young players in return

Yankees probably would trade Frazier for Machado, but im not really a fan of his. Neither are the Yankees apparently. 

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4 minutes ago, Lucky_13 said:

Honestly starting to think the Yankees would be the best trade partner. They have a lot in the farm system and would probably be more willing to give it up because their MLB roster is young. Help Yanks win their 28th WS and we get some good young players in return

During the off-season Angelos didn't want to trade Machado to any team he thought might flip him to the Yankees.

You think he's going to OK a deal with the Yankees?

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Just now, Can_of_corn said:

During the off-season Angelos didn't want to trade Machado to any team he thought might flip him to the Yankees.

You think he's going to OK a deal with the Yankees?

The situation has changed. The teams 40 games under .500. In the offseason they were "competing" with the Yankees. It took the team to suck this bad, but I think the front office has smelled the coffee finally. 

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25 minutes ago, Hazmat said:

Now that the cold glass of water has been thrown in our faces, would you accept Phillips and Ortiz plus a third piece for Manny?  Those 2 pieces are worth more than a supplemental draft pick, right?

No. Not plus the money in a draft where we are one two or three. Also. No. and As well. They are not done. There are better offers to be had. 

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6 minutes ago, Lucky_13 said:

And I think the Yankees might be more willing to give up Andujar because they can probably lock up Manny long term 

The O's should be all over that, if that trade is a possibility, but I think that's just something to give ESPN writers something to write about.

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51 minutes ago, Chito said:

From Rosenthal's latest on the Athletic:

The Orioles want right-hander Corbin Burnes as the centerpiece in any Machado trade with the Milwaukee Brewers, and High A infielder Gavin Lux as the key prospect from the Los Angeles Dodgers, according to major-league sources.

Both teams are balking at including those players, sources say. The Brewers would prefer to build their package around Triple A outfielder Brett Phillips and Double A right-hander Luis Ortiz, according to one source. The Dodgers, unwilling to part with Lux or another Orioles target, High A right-hander Dustin May, are pursuing other veteran infielders, as first reported by Yahoo’s Jeff Passan, while remaining in the mix for Machado.

The Dodgers' list of who they won't get rid of is almost as unrealistic as the one of who we expect in return.

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