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Re: Trade Talks

Postby cardinalfanatic » Thu Nov 17, 2016 1:38 pm

Crimson Trade Block:

Hitters
Barry Morrison - 117 HR last three seasons
Raymond Goff
Patrick Mason - .500+ SLG last two seasons
John Gonzalez - .459 career SLG
Patrick Stjohn
Luis Phan - good defense ratings

Pitchers
Harold Steen - 880 GO last three seasons
David McKamey - FOTY runner up last two seasons
Samuel Smith
David Lee

Will listen to all kinds of offers. Package deal may be the best deal.
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Re: Trade Talks

Postby isd71 » Thu Nov 17, 2016 1:48 pm

isd71 wrote:Expos Trading Block

SS - Todd Walls
26 years old, .753 career OPS, great range

One of
RHP - Will Stokes
27 years old, 3-3 3.48 ERA last year
or
RHP - Daniel Kent
28 years old, 23-4 2.30 ERA all-star season

Also willing to listen on one of
RF - Howard Castaneda
or
LF - Ronnie Duncan

Looking for draft picks, 2B, prospects in general


Add to the list
RHP - David Bray
24 year old, coming off 6-4 record with a 3.73 ERA and 1.36 WHIP over 91.2 innings

1B - Enrique Williams
29 year old, coming off of 26 HR season

RHP - David Ortiz
23 year old, former first round pick
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Re: Trade Talks

Postby R27 » Thu Nov 17, 2016 2:00 pm

Pretty much every Aces player is available. Chuck Pederson and Clyde Sager will probably require more than they're truly worth to pry away from me, but I'm open to listening on anyone.

RHP David Pitts - 26 year old ground ball machine, 3.73 ERA as a starter, 18 QS in 28 starts. Went 8+ innings in 21 of 28 starts. 14 complete games. Probably the last opportunity to get him at three first round picks. He's getting better every year.

SS Paul Edmonds - 29 year old defensive shortstop. Hit .284 with 14 HR to go with a 7.08 RNG at shortstop on a team that's not as ground ball producing as his best stat years. Looking for a first round pick or equivalent value.

Will trade for a second round pick
C Richard Anderson - 35 years old, .237/.313/.366, 14 HR
1B Benjamin Schuldt - 33 years old, .270/.319/.409, 17 HR
1B Michael Truex - 31 years old, .246/.372/.331, 3 HR in 62 games for Vegas
2B Jomarie Stallings - 36 years old, .244/.316/.375, 14 HR still a 6+ range at second base
LF Delmer Capasso - 33 years old, .286/.337/.484, 28 2B, 26 HR

LHP Scott Hammond - 36 years old, 3.76 ERA, 22 quality starts in 33 games.
RHP Travis Nicoll - 33 years old, 3.60 ERA in 24 starts and 12 relief appearances.
RHP David Butler - 30 years old, 4.50 ERA in the bullpen last year. Been a mid-3s the past few seasons out of the bullpen.
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Re: Trade Talks

Postby EOCF » Thu Nov 17, 2016 2:51 pm

I have mild interest in acquiring a new SS. RA trumps bat. I'd almost prefer a cheaper 2-3 year stop-gap option compared to someone i'd have to give up an arm and a leg for. Not interested in moving my first round pick or any of my young core guys.
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Re: Trade Talks

Postby chrisz » Thu Nov 17, 2016 4:53 pm

Will add more tonight when I have more time to look things over, but what's the best draft pick I can get for SP Kevin Ingram? I'd love to hold on to him but I don't know if I can afford him at his salary when he's only good for 150 innings. The first person to offer a first round pick gets him.
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Re: Trade Talks

Postby Uwbadger12000 » Thu Nov 17, 2016 11:42 pm

I'll come up with Marietta's block tomorrow. I am always open to trades, but you'll need to wow me in order to get some of them. I need pitching in the worst way, though. I am the Minnesota Twins of this league...
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Re: Trade Talks

Postby Uwbadger12000 » Fri Nov 18, 2016 6:52 am

basically anybody outside of Mullins, Kaplan,Jones, Saenz, Dykes, Green, Manuel and Pullen are on the shopping block
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Re: Trade Talks

Postby gocardinals1511 » Fri Nov 18, 2016 10:03 pm

[quote="gocardinals1511"]East Side is in the market for 3b prospect, sp propsect, or a 1st. Would like to combine my players to make it work.

I want to move one of my middle infielders 2B - Brown and .
SS - Farajdo Neither have fallen off yet but they are reaching 30. Got 4-5 years left in the tank for you.

Jonathan Henton - odd man out of my rotation he will eat some inning and be a great 4 in a rotation.

Anyone in my bullpen.

I am looking to combine these guy to get a 3b prospect, a 1st rounder or a starting pitching prospect.
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Re: Trade Talks

Postby chrisz » Fri Nov 18, 2016 10:22 pm

If anyone's interested in an ok corner OF, I'd trade either of these guys for a 2nd round pick:
29 yr old Steve Hickman .769 OPS last season
28 yr old Dwayne Palmer .856 OPS last season
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Re: Trade Talks

Postby dd35 » Tue Nov 22, 2016 9:20 am

Sorry for the delayed post. I have been real busy. I have some pieces I am looking to move. Palm Beach needs pitching for a young team along with a SS with RA, possibly a 2B (but SS is preferable) or picks to help me build a pitching staff. Here is what I have to offer:

C Mason Dotson - 29 years old. All Star, solid defensively

3B Gregory Camacho - can hit for average

SS Charles Harris - to move him, I will need a stronger fielding SS

LF Troy Heroux - 27 years old. Can hit for power

CF Stacy Kane - 22 years old. Very solid BA

I'm still trying to figure out how to link pages on this site. But here is my roster url:
http://www.csfbl.com/roster.asp?teamid= ... s=3&type=1
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Re: Trade Talks

Postby JRM3888 » Thu Dec 01, 2016 8:43 pm

Looking for a big upgrade at 2B or in the pitching department. I've got the #12 and #31 pick to deal.
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Re: Trade Talks

Postby mhardy_03 » Sat Dec 03, 2016 11:14 pm

Absolute last minute, but these 2 guys are available for either a 1st round pick or to move up to that from my pick at 27 and/or 29. Could be grouped together if needed. Also depending on the pick, I could be interested in including a future 1st of mine (even though it would be a few years out).

C Keith Beasley - Starting to decline some but still a middle of the order bat.
2B Donald Autrey - Excellent defensive 2B who also could be a good defensive SS if needed.
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Re: Trade Talks

Postby R27 » Mon Dec 05, 2016 12:46 pm

If you're looking for help, here's my highlights.

SS Paul Edmonds - Hitting .330 with 11 HR and a 7.70 range at shortstop right now. I'd like a first round pick or equivalent prospect value.

3B Odell Delgado - Hitting .231 with 12 HR and a 3+ range at third base. Second round pick.
2B Jomarie Stallings - Hitting .299 with 9 HR and 5.87 range at secodn base. Second round pick.
1B Michael Truex - .385 OBP. Second Round Pick.
1B Bryan Smith - .355 OBP, 9 HR. Second Round Pick.

RHP Travis Nicoll - 3.56 ERA, 1.25 WHIP, 15 QS in 20 starts. Second round pick.
RHP David Butler - 3.66 ERA, 1.22 WHIP, 84 relief innings. Second round pick.
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Re: Trade Talks

Postby mhardy_03 » Sat Dec 17, 2016 2:11 pm

Don't wanna take away from the playoffs going on, but here are some guys that could be available next offseason from Bayside.

Available:
C Keith Beasley - 33, starting to decline but still a very nice source of OBP and the SL should still be good for 20+ HR and his BA hasn't dropped enough to be a .220 hitter. I expect a bounceback to around .850 OPS next season depending on how the flip treats him.
LF Johnny Matthews - 33, had a great season for me at super sub.
SP Anthony Hodge - 36, very good back end starter still although older. Should have a couple more good years in him with his 98 SY.

Let's talk:
C Gerald Wilson - 29, great hitter, solid arm, not overly expensive.
3B Clayton Taylor - 29, no doubt elite defensive 3B with improving hitting ratings although the results haven't showed it.
CF Lou Puga - 27, elite OBP skills, decent defender, relatively cheap.
2B Donald Autrey - 27, excellent defender at 2B.
2B William Mesta - 18, prospect who will be an elite 2B defender.

Shoot me a message if you have interest in any of them. The top guys will be somewhat easy to acquire. The bottom ones will take more dialog.
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Re: Trade Talks

Postby Isotope » Tue Dec 20, 2016 5:51 pm

After the flip the Isotopes will be looking to move Sean Crawford (1b). I need to move him to free up some salary space. I think he could be a starter for at least half the teams in the league. He has 20 hr and 20 sb potential in addition to gold glove potential. A second round pick with a throw away position player is all I need for him. I would also consider an equivalent prospect or bullpen arm.

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