Trey is well aware that he can’t run and is limited on defense. He’s always trying to get better and that’s great, But bad is bad, and he knows it as well as anybody else. He might be a splendid DH/1st baseman for someone, but that limits him to American league teams, and all the potential playoff teams already have either a good first baseman, or a cheap first baseman. Tampa Bay might be interested. Trey is better than Gi Man Choi, But they’re not interested enough to give up anything meaningful for Trey. He’s almost 28, so he has a few years of meaningful offense ahead of him, so he could be extended by a team, and that’s worth something, but not very much.