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Mariners are after Gleyber
2 weeks ago  ::  Nov 19, 2022 - 4:40PM #1
Giancarlo
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www.mlbtraderumors.com/2022/11/mariners-...


They can definitely afford to send back BP help.   Andres Munoz would be great.   They have a bunch of other very good pen arms to base a deal around.

2 weeks ago  ::  Nov 19, 2022 - 4:41PM #2
xnewyorker
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Great.  They can have him.  Munuoz would be a steal.   He is signed through 2026.

2 weeks ago  ::  Nov 20, 2022 - 2:49PM #3
Jon
Posts: 6,730

History repeats. (Cano)

2 weeks ago  ::  Nov 21, 2022 - 9:46AM #4
manbot
Posts: 2,297

Trade a 25 year All-Star 2nd baseman cComing off the highest WAR and D-WAR of his carreer for a BP arm ??? ...make sense ! 


Best way to destroy a team ... give away players for 50 cent on the dollar 


BP is the easiest position to fill in the MLB! 

2 weeks ago  ::  Nov 21, 2022 - 2:03PM #5
bumper
Posts: 13,061

don't get all the gleyber hate. sure he has a brain cramp every once in a while, but the guy is in the top 5 in the mlb at his position. fine w trading him but need to get value back.

2 weeks ago  ::  Nov 21, 2022 - 3:05PM #6
dixieyank
Posts: 6,948

Nov 21, 2022 -- 9:46AM, manbot wrote:


Trade a 25 year All-Star 2nd baseman cComing off the highest WAR and D-WAR of his carreer for a BP arm ??? ...make sense ! 


Best way to destroy a team ... give away players for 50 cent on the dollar 


BP is the easiest position to fill in the MLB! 




Hot dogs! manbot and I agree on something!


Gleybar is under control for 2 more seasons. I wonder if people really look at how young and what his numbers are? I try not to put a lot of stock into the Covid years, and hope things will look better with time as things go back to normal(ish).


Will he continue to improve? Who knows? But for fun, go back and look at Joe Morgan thru age 25, and his numbers compared to Gleybar's.


Now, if the Yankees feel they have a replacement in the wings, and they can get a nice haul back for him, then that may make sense. But it would need to be a really good package. Not some bullpen relief. 

2 weeks ago  ::  Nov 21, 2022 - 4:26PM #7
Rob
Posts: 3,300

Nov 21, 2022 -- 3:05PM, dixieyank wrote:


Nov 21, 2022 -- 9:46AM, manbot wrote:


Trade a 25 year All-Star 2nd baseman cComing off the highest WAR and D-WAR of his carreer for a BP arm ??? ...make sense ! 


Best way to destroy a team ... give away players for 50 cent on the dollar 


BP is the easiest position to fill in the MLB! 




Hot dogs! manbot and I agree on something!


Gleybar is under control for 2 more seasons. I wonder if people really look at how young and what his numbers are? I try not to put a lot of stock into the Covid years, and hope things will look better with time as things go back to normal(ish).


Will he continue to improve? Who knows? But for fun, go back and look at Joe Morgan thru age 25, and his numbers compared to Gleybar's.


Now, if the Yankees feel they have a replacement in the wings, and they can get a nice haul back for him, then that may make sense. But it would need to be a really good package. Not some bullpen relief. 




starting LF maybe?

2 weeks ago  ::  Nov 22, 2022 - 7:22AM #8
yankoldfan
Posts: 12,148

Nov 21, 2022 -- 4:26PM, Rob wrote:


Nov 21, 2022 -- 3:05PM, dixieyank wrote:


Nov 21, 2022 -- 9:46AM, manbot wrote:


Trade a 25 year All-Star 2nd baseman cComing off the highest WAR and D-WAR of his carreer for a BP arm ??? ...make sense ! 


Best way to destroy a team ... give away players for 50 cent on the dollar 


BP is the easiest position to fill in the MLB! 




Hot dogs! manbot and I agree on something!


Gleybar is under control for 2 more seasons. I wonder if people really look at how young and what his numbers are? I try not to put a lot of stock into the Covid years, and hope things will look better with time as things go back to normal(ish).


Will he continue to improve? Who knows? But for fun, go back and look at Joe Morgan thru age 25, and his numbers compared to Gleybar's.


Now, if the Yankees feel they have a replacement in the wings, and they can get a nice haul back for him, then that may make sense. But it would need to be a really good package. Not some bullpen relief. 




starting LF maybe?




If the Yankees are willing to trade Torres, I sure hope they get something big in return... This kid is only 25 years old, hasn't even reached the prime of his career yet, they need a special player or two for him, that's for sure..

2 weeks ago  ::  Nov 22, 2022 - 9:24AM #9
manbot
Posts: 2,297

Nov 21, 2022 -- 4:26PM, Rob wrote:


Nov 21, 2022 -- 3:05PM, dixieyank wrote:


Nov 21, 2022 -- 9:46AM, manbot wrote:


Trade a 25 year All-Star 2nd baseman cComing off the highest WAR and D-WAR of his carreer for a BP arm ??? ...make sense ! 


Best way to destroy a team ... give away players for 50 cent on the dollar 


BP is the easiest position to fill in the MLB! 




Hot dogs! manbot and I agree on something!


Gleybar is under control for 2 more seasons. I wonder if people really look at how young and what his numbers are? I try not to put a lot of stock into the Covid years, and hope things will look better with time as things go back to normal(ish).


Will he continue to improve? Who knows? But for fun, go back and look at Joe Morgan thru age 25, and his numbers compared to Gleybar's.


Now, if the Yankees feel they have a replacement in the wings, and they can get a nice haul back for him, then that may make sense. But it would need to be a really good package. Not some bullpen relief. 




starting LF maybe?




Why? Gleyber played well above average 2b this season 


Gleyber was tied for 8th in the MLB for 2nd base WAR 4.1 he and was the 2nd youngest of the top 8 2nd baseman  

2 weeks ago  ::  Nov 22, 2022 - 9:50AM #10
Jon
Posts: 6,730
This Gleyber defense reminds me of Cano defense.

Does anyone really regret letting Cano go? And Torres isn't near the player Cano was.
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