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Posted 05 January 2013 - 03:20 PM
NYY trade: Tyler Austin,Corey Black, Dellin Betances and Manny Banuelos.
Cubs trade: Jeff Samardzija and David Dejesus.
Mariners trade: Danny Hultzen, ptbnl and James Paxton.
Cubs trade: Travis Wood, Dave Sappelt, Darwin Barney and Steve Clevenger.
Mets trade: Cory Mazzoni, Daniel Murphy and Jack Leathersich.
The next trade is optional just to give you an idea.
Cubs Trade: Tyler Austin, Dellin Betances, James Paxton, Cory Mazzoni, Matt Sczur, Junior Lake, Brooks Raley, Logan Watkins, Josh Vitters and Trey Mcnutt.
Marlins trade: Giancarlo Stanton and Ricky Nolasco
Cubs sign: Dariel Alvarez and Aledmis Diaz
Cubs trade: Scott Bake, Daniel Murphy and Scott Feldman.
Twins trade: Adam Walker and Chris Herrman.
Cubs trade: Ricky Nolasco
Rangers trade: Martin Perez and Joey Gallo.
After Stanton, Castro, Stewart and Rizzo combine for 120 homeruns and Brett Jackson and Castillo add 15 each Cubs young core takes off.
Cubs sign: Josh Johnson, David Murphy (one year contract) and Phil Hughes.
Cubs trade: Albert Almora, Daniel Vogelbach, Dillon Maples and Alcantra.
Rays trade: David Price and Chris Archer.
Cubs trade: Edwin Jackson, Manny Banuelos, and Corey Black.
Rangers trade: Mike Olt and prospects.
leadoff: Brett Jackson
2nd: Starlin Castro
7th: Dariel Alvarez
Posted 08 January 2013 - 10:26 PM
Let's say the Cubs know the Marlins want three elite level prospects for Stanton. The Cubs can't offer one elite prospect and seven good prospects and expect Miami to take the deal. Similarly, if a team wants a good pitching prospect, the Cubs can't expect to send them five mediocre pitching prospects instead. Quantity is a good thing to have, but throwing a huge list of prospects in a deal does not make the deal any more likely to happen.
Also, Soler and Almora can't be dealt until mid-summer (although they can PTBNL'd).
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