To get something, you must be willing to give something.
But how much is New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman willing to surrender in a trade for Pittsburgh Pirates All-Star outfielder Brian Reynolds?
The Athletic spits out several trade scenarios, including a couple involving the Yankees.
Here are the conclusions reached by former MLB general manager Jim Bowden.
Yankees not even considering a trade (Oswald) Peraza Straight to Reynolds.Peraza is a long-term solution at shortstop, partnering with second baseman Anthony VolpeI think Pereira and the right-handed package Will Warren When Clark Schmidt At least the Yankees would think so, but I’m not sure that’s good enough for the Pirates. My favorite trade between these teams is outfielders Jason Dominguez Warren of Reynolds. …but if you want clayton beater When Yoendris Gomez As for Warren, I think the Yankees will also take it seriously.
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The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s Jason Mackey concluded in his latest mailbag the following about Reynolds’ future:
1. Reynolds will be traded…probably before the end of the 2023 season.
2. The majority of people I’ve spoken to would be surprised if he ended up playing for the Pirates in 2023.
So who is in the mix of All-Star outfielders who requested tickets from Steel City? The Blue Jays and Yankees make a lot of sense, too. ”
Of course, the Yankees make sense. Even after Andrew Benintendi signed a five-year, $75 million contract with the Chicago White Sox, they still have a hole left to fill in the outfield.
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Indeed, Cashman has been busy with low-risk moves in the outfield lately, signing Rafael Ortega, Willie Calhoun and Billy McKinney for his regeneration projects.
But nothing beats Reynolds, 27, who hit a career-high 27 home runs in 2022. .
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