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12 months ago  ::  Jan 15, 2019 - 1:24PM #51
jimwest
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Jan 15, 2019 -- 1:22PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Jan 15, 2019 -- 1:19PM, bomberhojoe wrote:


Jan 15, 2019 -- 12:58PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Realmuto hasn't been traded yet.  I wonder if Jeter would consider taking Gray, Romine, and Frazier for him.  That seems like it would be a win/win.




I think they might do it for Sanchez instead of Romine.




Sanchez/Realmuto would be straight up and I would be reluctant.  I don't want to lose Sanchez's potential without a huge haul.  I would sweeten the deal first from within our system.




No way would I want the Yankees to trade Sanchez.

12 months ago  ::  Jan 15, 2019 - 1:30PM #52
bomberhojoe
Posts: 15,074

Jan 15, 2019 -- 1:24PM, jimwest wrote:


Jan 15, 2019 -- 1:22PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Jan 15, 2019 -- 1:19PM, bomberhojoe wrote:


Jan 15, 2019 -- 12:58PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Realmuto hasn't been traded yet.  I wonder if Jeter would consider taking Gray, Romine, and Frazier for him.  That seems like it would be a win/win.




I think they might do it for Sanchez instead of Romine.




Sanchez/Realmuto would be straight up and I would be reluctant.  I don't want to lose Sanchez's potential without a huge haul.  I would sweeten the deal first from within our system.




No way would I want the Yankees to trade Sanchez.




I'm not saying I would trade Sanchez, but at this point Realmuto is the better all around player. Sanchez has a huge upside, but after last season his value is low.

John 3:16 * Ephesians 2:8-9 * Romans 10:9-10 * John 14:3-6 * Romans 5:8
12 months ago  ::  Jan 15, 2019 - 1:41PM #53
qwik3457
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Jan 15, 2019 -- 12:58PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Realmuto hasn't been traded yet.  I wonder if Jeter would consider taking Gray, Romine, and Frazier for him.  That seems like it would be a win/win.




The Marlins are asking for multiple elite prospects for Realmuto, which is why the Brewers, Astros and Padres haven't made a deal for him. Your trade offer isn't completely outlandish, but nobody is getting Realmuto for three pieces they don't want to keep.

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12 months ago  ::  Jan 15, 2019 - 1:44PM #54
louisiana_lightning
Posts: 17,194

Jan 15, 2019 -- 1:30PM, bomberhojoe wrote:


Jan 15, 2019 -- 1:24PM, jimwest wrote:


Jan 15, 2019 -- 1:22PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Jan 15, 2019 -- 1:19PM, bomberhojoe wrote:


Jan 15, 2019 -- 12:58PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Realmuto hasn't been traded yet.  I wonder if Jeter would consider taking Gray, Romine, and Frazier for him.  That seems like it would be a win/win.




I think they might do it for Sanchez instead of Romine.




Sanchez/Realmuto would be straight up and I would be reluctant.  I don't want to lose Sanchez's potential without a huge haul.  I would sweeten the deal first from within our system.




No way would I want the Yankees to trade Sanchez.




I'm not saying I would trade Sanchez, but at this point Realmuto is the better all around player. Sanchez has a huge upside, but after last season his value is low.




Jeter can ask for him but we shouldn’t be willing to take that deal.  Word is they want a top prospect for Realmuto. There’s a lot of upside in the package I proposed, especially for a team like the Marlins.

12 months ago  ::  Jan 15, 2019 - 1:49PM #55
jimwest
Posts: 2,215

Jan 15, 2019 -- 1:30PM, bomberhojoe wrote:


Jan 15, 2019 -- 1:24PM, jimwest wrote:


Jan 15, 2019 -- 1:22PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Jan 15, 2019 -- 1:19PM, bomberhojoe wrote:


Jan 15, 2019 -- 12:58PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Realmuto hasn't been traded yet.  I wonder if Jeter would consider taking Gray, Romine, and Frazier for him.  That seems like it would be a win/win.




I think they might do it for Sanchez instead of Romine.




Sanchez/Realmuto would be straight up and I would be reluctant.  I don't want to lose Sanchez's potential without a huge haul.  I would sweeten the deal first from within our system.




No way would I want the Yankees to trade Sanchez.




I'm not saying I would trade Sanchez, but at this point Realmuto is the better all around player. Sanchez has a huge upside, but after last season his value is low.




If they got him for this year, they would be getting 2 years of Realmuto before free agency. He will want big money when the time comes.


The Yanks farm system is barren of any catchers remotely close to the majors. Based upon their recent austerity, they will not pay him if too much, and will need to make another trade.


Sanchez subpar 2018 has some wringing their hands, but I believe his 2 months injured affected his whole season. He just turned 26, can flat-out hit, has a great arm, and is a good pitch framer. He will put up numbers in the vicinity of 30/100 or so if he stays healthy.

12 months ago  ::  Jan 15, 2019 - 1:53PM #56
bomberhojoe
Posts: 15,074

Jan 15, 2019 -- 1:49PM, jimwest wrote:


Jan 15, 2019 -- 1:30PM, bomberhojoe wrote:


Jan 15, 2019 -- 1:24PM, jimwest wrote:


Jan 15, 2019 -- 1:22PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Jan 15, 2019 -- 1:19PM, bomberhojoe wrote:


Jan 15, 2019 -- 12:58PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Realmuto hasn't been traded yet.  I wonder if Jeter would consider taking Gray, Romine, and Frazier for him.  That seems like it would be a win/win.




I think they might do it for Sanchez instead of Romine.




Sanchez/Realmuto would be straight up and I would be reluctant.  I don't want to lose Sanchez's potential without a huge haul.  I would sweeten the deal first from within our system.




No way would I want the Yankees to trade Sanchez.




I'm not saying I would trade Sanchez, but at this point Realmuto is the better all around player. Sanchez has a huge upside, but after last season his value is low.




If they got him for this year, they would be getting 2 years of Realmuto before free agency. He will want big money when the time comes.


The Yanks farm system is barren of any catchers remotely close to the majors. Based upon their recent austerity, they will not pay him if too much, and will need to make another trade.


Sanchez subpar 2018 has some wringing their hands, but I believe his 2 months injured affected his whole season. He just turned 26, can flat-out hit, has a great arm, and is a good pitch framer. He will put up numbers in the vicinity of 30/100 or so if he stays healthy.





I agree that Sanchez will more than likely be a really good hitter, and I love his arm. But his deficiencies at catcher outweigh his positives right now. In fact, if he does not improve defensively his future may very well be at 1B or DH. So while he has great potential, Realmuto's value is higher in January 2019.

John 3:16 * Ephesians 2:8-9 * Romans 10:9-10 * John 14:3-6 * Romans 5:8
12 months ago  ::  Jan 15, 2019 - 2:00PM #57
louisiana_lightning
Posts: 17,194

Jan 15, 2019 -- 1:53PM, bomberhojoe wrote:


Jan 15, 2019 -- 1:49PM, jimwest wrote:


Jan 15, 2019 -- 1:30PM, bomberhojoe wrote:


Jan 15, 2019 -- 1:24PM, jimwest wrote:


Jan 15, 2019 -- 1:22PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Jan 15, 2019 -- 1:19PM, bomberhojoe wrote:


Jan 15, 2019 -- 12:58PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Realmuto hasn't been traded yet.  I wonder if Jeter would consider taking Gray, Romine, and Frazier for him.  That seems like it would be a win/win.




I think they might do it for Sanchez instead of Romine.




Sanchez/Realmuto would be straight up and I would be reluctant.  I don't want to lose Sanchez's potential without a huge haul.  I would sweeten the deal first from within our system.




No way would I want the Yankees to trade Sanchez.




I'm not saying I would trade Sanchez, but at this point Realmuto is the better all around player. Sanchez has a huge upside, but after last season his value is low.




If they got him for this year, they would be getting 2 years of Realmuto before free agency. He will want big money when the time comes.


The Yanks farm system is barren of any catchers remotely close to the majors. Based upon their recent austerity, they will not pay him if too much, and will need to make another trade.


Sanchez subpar 2018 has some wringing their hands, but I believe his 2 months injured affected his whole season. He just turned 26, can flat-out hit, has a great arm, and is a good pitch framer. He will put up numbers in the vicinity of 30/100 or so if he stays healthy.





I agree that Sanchez will more than likely be a really good hitter, and I love his arm. But his deficiencies at catcher outweigh his positives right now. In fact, if he does not improve defensively his future may very well be at 1B or DH. So while he has great potential, Realmuto's value is higher in January 2019.




Sanchez is also a good pitch framer even last year.  In that I am sensing a trend where good pitch framers commit an inordinate amount of passed balls.

12 months ago  ::  Jan 15, 2019 - 2:24PM #58
bomberhojoe
Posts: 15,074

Jan 15, 2019 -- 2:00PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Jan 15, 2019 -- 1:53PM, bomberhojoe wrote:



I agree that Sanchez will more than likely be a really good hitter, and I love his arm. But his deficiencies at catcher outweigh his positives right now. In fact, if he does not improve defensively his future may very well be at 1B or DH. So while he has great potential, Realmuto's value is higher in January 2019.




Sanchez is also a good pitch framer even last year.  In that I am sensing a trend where good pitch framers commit an inordinate amount of passed balls.




There must not be too many good pitch framers then, because Sanchez' passed balls far exceed everybody elses.

John 3:16 * Ephesians 2:8-9 * Romans 10:9-10 * John 14:3-6 * Romans 5:8
12 months ago  ::  Jan 15, 2019 - 2:37PM #59
louisiana_lightning
Posts: 17,194

Jan 15, 2019 -- 2:24PM, bomberhojoe wrote:


Jan 15, 2019 -- 2:00PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Jan 15, 2019 -- 1:53PM, bomberhojoe wrote:



I agree that Sanchez will more than likely be a really good hitter, and I love his arm. But his deficiencies at catcher outweigh his positives right now. In fact, if he does not improve defensively his future may very well be at 1B or DH. So while he has great potential, Realmuto's value is higher in January 2019.




Sanchez is also a good pitch framer even last year.  In that I am sensing a trend where good pitch framers commit an inordinate amount of passed balls.




There must not be too many good pitch framers then, because Sanchez' passed balls far exceed everybody elses.




McCann was supposed to be a great pitch framer and he would drive me nuts with all the dropped 3rd strikes.  Grandal is about the best pitch framer and we saw him meltdown in the playoffs vs the Brewers.

12 months ago  ::  Jan 15, 2019 - 10:13PM #60
RobS44
Posts: 5,608



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I agree that Sanchez will more than likely be a really good hitter, and I love his arm. But his deficiencies at catcher outweigh his positives right now. In fact, if he does not improve defensively his future may very well be at 1B or DH. So while he has great potential, Realmuto's value is higher in January 2019.


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If Sanchez hits, say, .278 with 30+ HRs and 100 or so RBIs, no one will care much about the passed balls.


But if he is hitting .205/3/14 going into June and leading the league in passed balls it will be very ugly at YS (and on these boards), especially ifhe has a couple of non-hustle incidents.


I do recall last season there were a bunch of posters here who got very indignent with anybody who questioned Sanchez' attitude or who pointed out that there were multiple reports that he had attitude problems in the minors ("You weren't there, how do you know???).  The willingness to defend him seems much more muted now.

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