There is a ton of options out there for 3B now that Dave swung the trade to open first base up. The first being Caberra staying at 3B which I do not see happening at all no matter what Tim Kirchen says. So here's the options as I see them:
1. Trade of a pitcher for a current thirdbaseman on a MLB roster: This would include my favorite choice, Chase Headley. He's a switch hitter that can hit for power, has speed, and plays average to above average in the field. Put him in the 6th spot and call it a day. He had a bit of a down year, which should lower the cost to a Porcello rather than a Fister maybe, but he can still play. Other vet options are Aramis Ramirez, Pablo Sandoval, David Freese, and Brett Lowrie. All play for teams looking for pitching and all I have seen in the rumor mills. Could a Porcello or Fister bring them here? Two young guys that are very attractive options are Anthony Rendon from Washington and Nolan Arenado from Colorado. Both are highly touted so they will cost us probably a Fister and a prospect.
2. Minor leaguers ready for the show: Here's a couple guys that don't really have any MLB time yet but are ready to start in the MLB as soon as next year. All their teams need pitching and I am assuming that we are moving one no matter what so we can target these guys. Wilmer Flores (NYM), Ceasar Hernandez (Philly), Corey Seager (LAD), and Jace Peterson (SD).
3. Finally the FA group or should I say the FA: The only FA thirdbaseman worth a darn for me is Jose Uribe and that's only if he isn't serious about a 3 year contract. I'd sign him on a one with a following year option but no way a 3 year deal.
So there you have it. An abundance of 3B options for Dave to shop for and move Miggy to 1B where he belongs. I hope Dave doesn't cater to Miggy's request to stay at 3B and can explain to him that in the long run it's better for him.