Let me reiterate. You cannot trade for Cano's full value. He's a one year rental therefore his trade value is at an all time low. He has stated that he's going to free agency no questions asked so any team that picks him up is getting one year and that's it.
As for Dellin, exactly what benefit does he have right now. Cashmans time frame for him is already a couple,of years late and then, oh yeah, there was that injury shutdown.
If you think youre getting prospects and an all star like Morse for a one year rental who choked harder than Linda Lovelace in the playoffs and a broken prospect then you are absolutely insane.
You would win this arguement if Cano was scheduled to stay longer than a walk year. Unfortunately that is not the case.
Morse is the same HR or nothing guy y'all complain about , no?
I don't get these arguments.
Sure, I'll take him but he's a 30 yr old fielding butcher with ONE full season ever played.
His almighty obp was .321........the same type number that people complain about Itchy.
And he struck out 97 times in 100 games.
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I know you say it's contingent on him signing an extension, but that is no guarantee either.
Again, if Cashman did this he should be fired on the spot.
Nitpicking over prospect ceilings and salary considerations will leave us in the wind IMO. This will require a serious, hard to refuse offer, IMO.
Cano is all but gone. You can get a bona ride offensive powerhouse (and stop acting like we lost Brooks Robinson in Nick Swishers glove please) or you can risk letting Cashman pick a high school 1574th rounder as compensation.
How you think Cashman could be fired for long term vision and cleaning up the Betances mess is really beyond me.
Do you honestly think Cano's value supersedes Morse's by the amounts you're talking?