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Poll: Which Orioles player will get dealt in the next 10 days?

Which Orioles player will get dealt in the next 10 days?  

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  1. 1. Which Orioles player will get dealt in the next 10 days?


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Givens, almost for sure.  Relievers are always on the move at the deadline. 

I want them to trade Mancini because I doubt his value will ever be higher but don't see it happening. 

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3 minutes ago, Lucky_13 said:

Givens, almost for sure.  Relievers are always on the move at the deadline. 

I want them to trade Mancini because I doubt his value will ever be higher but don't see it happening. 

Agreed. Dealing Mancini seems the smart move, but is there enough of a market at this time to make it worth dealing him?  Perhaps a better offer presents itself this winter, if not.  We'll see.

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I don't really want to trade Mancini. He's such a likeable guy in addition to his performance, but dealing him is the smart thing to do provided we can get decent value for him. Bundy could be gone as well. Mancini, Bundy, Givens and Villar are the big four.

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Just now, Sessh said:

I don't really want to trade Mancini. He's such a likeable guy in addition to his performance, but dealing him is the smart thing to do provided we can get decent value for him.

Ain't it the truth

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56 minutes ago, Greg Pappas said:

@bpilktree Who is the 'other' you feel will get dealt?

I think Smith or Wilkerson gets moved with Stewart and Hays about ready to play in majors.  I don’t expect much return in the trade though but one of them seems to be getting pushed out with Santander, Mancini, Stewart, and Hays.

 

 

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2 minutes ago, bpilktree said:

I think Smith or Wilkerson gets moved with Stewart and Hays about ready to play in majors.  I don’t expect much return in the trade though but one of them seems to be getting pushed out with Santander, Mancini, Stewart, and Hays.

 

 

I feel like moved/dealt is different than released.

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I said Givens, Villar and Mancini, possibly Alberto.

I can't see Bundy getting traded right now, and nobody else on the roster will bring much if anything back. 

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