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Thread: Next Years Team

  1. #91
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    Trade Rosario and a prospect for Lindor
    Trade JD Davis and Nimmo for Arenado
    Sign Realmuto
    Sign Bauer

    Lindor SS
    McNeil LF
    Conforto RF
    Arenado 3B
    Dom Smith 1B
    Alonso DH
    JT Realmuto C
    Cano/Gimenez 2B
    Defensive CF

    Thatís a heck of a hitting lineup and a far superior defensive team
    Get it done Omar

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry M View Post
    Trade Rosario and a prospect for Lindor
    Trade JD Davis and Nimmo for Arenado
    Sign Realmuto
    Sign Bauer

    Lindor SS
    McNeil LF
    Conforto RF
    Arenado 3B
    Dom Smith 1B
    Alonso DH
    JT Realmuto C
    Cano/Gimenez 2B
    Defensive CF

    Thatís a heck of a hitting lineup and a far superior defensive team
    Get it done Omar
    Am I giving up too much for Arenado? His talent is amazing no doubt, but Colorado has to be looking to move him now that h3 can opt out of his contract and his salary is now $35M into his age 35 season

    Year Age Tm Salary SrvTm Sources Notes/Other Sources
    2014 23 Colorado Rockies $500,000 0.155 contracts
    2015 24 Colorado Rockies $512,500 1.155 contracts
    2016 25 Colorado Rockies $5,000,000 2.155
    2017 26 Colorado Rockies $11,750,000 3.155 contracts
    2018 27 Colorado Rockies $17,750,000 4.155
    2019 28 Colorado Rockies $26,000,000 5.155 contract
    2020 29 Colorado Rockies $35,000,000 6.155 contract
    2021 30 Colorado Rockies $35,000,000 May opt out
    2022 31 Colorado Rockies $35,000,000 Bonuses available for top-5 MVP, awards, AS, GG
    2023 32 Colorado Rockies $35,000,000 Bonuses available for top-5 MVP, awards, AS, GG
    2024 33 Colorado Rockies $35,000,000 Bonuses available for top-5 MVP, awards, AS, GG
    2025 34 Colorado Rockies $32,000,000 Bonuses available for top-5 MVP, awards, AS, GG
    2026 35 Colorado Rockies $27,000,000 Bonuses available for top-5 MVP, awards, AS, GG

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    No and no;

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry M View Post
    Am I giving up too much for Arenado? His talent is amazing no doubt, but Colorado has to be looking to move him now that h3 can opt out of his contract and his salary is now $35M into his age 35 season

    YearAgeTmSalarySrvTmSourcesNotes/Other Sources
    201423Colorado Rockies$500,0000.155contracts
    201524Colorado Rockies$512,5001.155contracts
    201625Colorado Rockies$5,000,0002.155
    201726Colorado Rockies$11,750,0003.155contracts
    201827Colorado Rockies$17,750,0004.155
    201928Colorado Rockies$26,000,0005.155contract
    202029Colorado Rockies$35,000,0006.155contract
    202130Colorado Rockies$35,000,000May opt out
    202231Colorado Rockies$35,000,000Bonuses available for top-5 MVP, awards, AS, GG
    202332Colorado Rockies$35,000,000Bonuses available for top-5 MVP, awards, AS, GG
    202433Colorado Rockies$35,000,000Bonuses available for top-5 MVP, awards, AS, GG
    202534Colorado Rockies$32,000,000Bonuses available for top-5 MVP, awards, AS, GG
    202635Colorado Rockies$27,000,000Bonuses available for top-5 MVP, awards, AS, GG
    Arenado also has an opt out after next year.

    It really shouldnít cost much in terms of prospect capital to acquire him.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zmaster52 View Post
    Arenado also has an opt out after next year.

    It really shouldnít cost much in terms of prospect capital to acquire him.


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    If traded, Iím sure it comes with a waving of that opt out.
    It seems Arenado wants to go somewhere they are dedicated to winning. I believe a Cohen owned Mets team will do that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry M View Post
    Trade Rosario and a prospect for Lindor
    Trade JD Davis and Nimmo for Arenado
    Sign Realmuto
    Sign Bauer

    Lindor SS
    McNeil LF
    Conforto RF
    Arenado 3B
    Dom Smith 1B
    Alonso DH
    JT Realmuto C
    Cano/Gimenez 2B
    Defensive CF

    Thatís a heck of a hitting lineup and a far superior defensive team
    Get it done Omar
    I like your team but it is going to take more than Rosario plus a prospect for Lindor

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brooklyndave View Post
    What team will trade a top end guy ? What top end guy do you want and wht are you willing to give up ? Would you trade Pete Alonso ? Michael Conforto ?
    Iím not sure but itís not like it doesnít happen and we have enough hitting talent where a package can be put together without those guys.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ManningToTyree View Post
    Iím not sure but itís not like it doesnít happen and we have enough hitting talent where a package can be put together without those guys.


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    I kinda understand but name a pitcher or pitchers you think that the Mets could trade for ?

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    Lance Lynn.


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    What would you give up for him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sick Of It All View Post
    What would you give up for him?
    Pelfrey, FMart, and sweeten the pot with Heilman....but I want more in return

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry M View Post
    Pelfrey, FMart, and sweeten the pot with Heilman....but I want more in return
    No way I'm giving up on Pelf. I keep thinking he's gonna start throwing the way he did when he was in college.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Claymation View Post
    Lance Lynn.
    Why would you trade for Lance Lynn when there are multiple good FA SP available?

    They just got an owner who is worth 12 billion dollars (after buying the Mets). Sign someone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by metswon69 View Post
    Why would you trade for Lance Lynn when there are multiple good FA SP available?

    They just got an owner who is worth 12 billion dollars (after buying the Mets). Sign someone.
    And give up more assets which they donít have much of?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fanofclendennon View Post
    No way I'm giving up on Pelf. I keep thinking he's gonna start throwing the way he did when he was in college.
    Heíll likely win a Cy Young 1 day, but weíre in a win now mode. Canít wait for Big Pelf to develop

    Same way we traded Dotel and Cedeno for Hampton just a few years ago
    Last edited by Larry M; 10-11-2020 at 08:10 AM.

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