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    Re: 2126 TCL Trade Thread

    Looking to move two future firsts and anything in my lows for the right pitcher
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    Re: 2126 TCL Trade Thread

    P, Leroy Howton 24 is on the market: https://www.csfbl.com/player/view.asp?playerid=4826649

    P, Alexander Coleman, 24 is also available: https://www.csfbl.com/player/view.asp?playerid=4826688
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    Re: 2126 TCL Trade Thread

    Selling players for picks. Fairly well rested vets in AAA/ML. Playoff team last year. Pitching stronger than hitting.
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    Re: 2126 TCL Trade Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by jpax73 View Post
    Selling players for picks. Fairly well rested vets in AAA/ML. Playoff team last year. Pitching stronger than hitting.
    Sent a trade for Rosen for a 2nd next year. Let me know thoughts
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    2126 TCL Trade Thread

    No thank you. Just not enough for Rosen still hitting .400/.400 OBP/SLG from either side of the plate. Was a former 1.1 pick and MVP.
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    Re: 2126 TCL Trade Thread

    I would add a 3rd to the deal, but not willing to pay his value 2 seasons ago for a player i'm going to cut after the playoffs.
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    Re: 2126 TCL Trade Thread

    Still looking for a suitor for Howton. Looking for a mid-1st but can be flexible depending on the pick (can also send other stuff back if you're lower).

    That's a steal for a 24 year old pitcher.
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    Re: 2126 TCL Trade Thread

    I’ve got some guys still in their prime that are available. Hogan, who had arguably the greatest offensive season in league history a few years ago, is one. Douglas is a stud batting 1b who has been consistent over the past few years. And if you need an ace, Jurkovic is as good as it gets.

    Also if you are interested in a SS upgrade, jubilee may be your guy. Still solid bat and strong range. This can push you over the top either in your tight division race or in a playoff series.

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    Re: 2126 TCL Trade Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by tander28 View Post
    Gatlinburg is still looking to move some pieces for all buyers out there.

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    P Robert Pino - 38 YO, long time ace with a few years of #2 level pitching left in him at worst
    P Joseph Thomas - 31 YO, great blend of PO/FY/CO with elite FY, no decline, he's a gem

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    2B Ricky Elliott - 33 YO with 89 RA
    SS James Stephens - 34 YO solid bat 74 RA -- would love a worse player as a replacement in a deal for him
    CF Michael Spicer - 31 YO with 93 RA
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