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What will Villar's trade value be this off-season?

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1 hour ago, sportsfan8703 said:

We’re going to lose 100 games in 2020. I think we should be trying to acquire as many assets for 2022 and beyond. 

These 100+ seasons are ugly, but we should be trading away guys that won’t be here in 2022+ as soon as they reach peak value. 

I do like the idea that Villar helps the lineup out tremendously. He helps Mancini. Takes pressure off anyone else having to hit lead off. Allows other players to slot into their right slots. I think Alberto could fill in though. 

Have you forgotten that Alex Cobb will be healthy and back on the bump next season? :)

 

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What value in excess of his arbitrated salary does anyone think Villar has?  I would like to hear what anyone thinks the surplus value to trade might be. 

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5 hours ago, sportsfan8703 said:

I do like the idea that Villar helps the lineup out tremendously. He helps Mancini. 

If we trade Villar, we might well trade Mancini, too.  

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17 minutes ago, weams said:

What value in excess of his arbitrated salary does anyone think Villar has?  I would like to hear what anyone thinks the surplus value to trade might be. 

He's a two-and-a-half win player.  He's going to get paid, what, $7M in arb.  Or something like that.  So he's worth $15-20M, and he'll be paid $7M.  His surplus value is $8-13M, or around that.  Let's call it $10M.

That's a little over a win in free agency.  That's the value of the #30 overall pick on draft day.  Or a lesser player after he's run the gauntlet of a few levels of the minors.  So, what... maybe a single grade B-ish prospect in A or AA?  Someone in the Keegin Akin, Ryan McKenna range, I guess?

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1 hour ago, DrungoHazewood said:

He's a two-and-a-half win player.  He's going to get paid, what, $7M in arb.  Or something like that.  So he's worth $15-20M, and he'll be paid $7M.  His surplus value is $8-13M, or around that.  Let's call it $10M.

That's a little over a win in free agency.  That's the value of the #30 overall pick on draft day.  Or a lesser player after he's run the gauntlet of a few levels of the minors.  So, what... maybe a single grade B-ish prospect in A or AA?  Someone in the Keegin Akin, Ryan McKenna range, I guess?

Good Analysis. 

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