Realistic as in, it's realistic it can happen and makes sense for both teams.
I'd like the cards to find a trade partner for Matt Adams and bring back Brandon Moss on a two year deal.
Adams won't be in huge demand, but for a AA reliever, he is worth the acquisition.
My suggestion would be Adams to the Rays for Taylor Guerrieri
Adams has two years left of arbitration control and the Rays lack a 1B/DH outside of Miller who is really a shortstop and they have payroll constraints preventing them from buying a decent hitter in free agency like they need to. Adams is cost controlled and should cost around 2/6-8 for both seasons depending how he plays in 2017.
Guerreri hasn't reached his potential and is listed as the Rays 13th best prospect now by John Sickels. He is entering his age 24 season and is slated for AA/AAA range. He doesn't have the K numbers to be an elite pitcher, but could have the durability to be a back end starter or long reliever. He is way down their depth chart at this point, but the Cards could use an arm to fill that blank between the high end arms and the far away arms in the minor leagues.
I felt this was realistic enough and makes sense for both teams.
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