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35 minutes ago, Ohfan67 said:

Two 17 year old players in the DSL? I hope they have super high upside. Seems like a trade with a very low probability of paying off. 

As we have usually gotten in the last few years....NADA.

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Just now, tntoriole said:

Another place states it would be 360 innings total in 2018-2019 and that he is at 249.1 combined which leaves 110.9 to become a player option.   Unlikely to get that many even without manipulation. 

That's for it to be a player option. He only needs to hit a combined 340 for the option to be guaranteed by both parties.

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1 minute ago, RZNJ said:

A 17 yo SS with decent numbers and a 17 yo CF with strong numbers.  Trust the process.

I'm not dissing the players in question.

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1 minute ago, Can_of_corn said:

And you think trading for these two kids makes any difference at all to those advisers? 

I'm guessing that it gets their attention.

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Cashner has been on a roll. He has tomorrow and one more start before deadline. He also has an entire career for other teams to evaluate. 

Elias has only TWO teams even interested. Not like he had the makings of a bidding war. 

Cashner goes out and gets blown up tomorrow, what happens? He goes out and throws 6+ strong does it really get any better? 

Teams don’t pay for Cashners these days. 

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1 minute ago, Moose Milligan said:

Luckily someone was available to capture Elio Prado's reaction that he'd just been traded:

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He looks young.

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1 minute ago, Moose Milligan said:

Luckily someone was available to capture Elio Prado's reaction that he'd just been traded:

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Should do a thread using all images from The Wire.

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15 minutes ago, OsFanSinceThe80s said:

 

If this was their best offer, why not wait a couple more weeks before trading Cashner? Maybe some key starters on contending teams go down with injuries which caused better offers to crop up. I just don’t get the rush. 

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