If we're punting 2022, getting Trey to a better team is a kindness.
I certainly picture him here working off the rust this year, and hopefully with health being back to some kind of plus for a better 2022 team.
Kjerstad has some catching up to do, but it isn't inconceivable sometime NEXT summer RMC/Hays/Kjerstad/Santander/Diaz can all outplay him for that 5/9ths of the lineup.
Like Cruz/Ozuna, you kind of imagine his market value floats some depending how NL DH turns out.
Good Trey could get himself some numbers inheriting that Donaldson/Ozuna seat behind Acuna/Albies/Freeman, but then there's the whole getting non-tendered thing.
I think this and Santander is more teams trying to squeeze the Rosario, Pederson and DuValls of the world.
I’m skeptical anything comes of this. The O’s are unlikely to just give him away yet the Braves are unlikely to give anything of value for a player coming off cancer. Probably just Braves seeing how desperate we are to cut costs.
A big point mentioned here is that Galvis had apparently put on some lbs and that could have effected his defense in 2020 and that he is apparently in better shape.