Future Power Hitter?

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    Future Power Hitter?

    If you are going to trade a few prospects to land a power Bat. I have a few names out there:


     


     


     


    #1, Kris Bryant-3b (Cubs) 0.001% chance of landing him.


     


     


     


    #2, Evan Longoria-3b (Rays) He would be a monster at Fenway Park and he is only 28 years old.


     


     


     


    #3, Nolan Arenado-3b (Rockies) His power improving as time goes on.


     


     


     


    #4, David Wright-3b(Mets)


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     

     
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    If you are going to trade a few prospects to land a power Bat. I have a few names out there:

     

    #1, Kris Bryant-3b (Cubs) 0.001% chance of landing him.

     

    #2, Evan Longoria0-3b (Rays) He would be a monster at Fenway Park and he is only 25 years old.

     

    #3, Nolan Arenado-3b (Rockies) His power improving as time goes on.

     

    #4, David Wright-3b(Mets)

     

     

     

     



    i don't think any of those teams want to trade any of them...

     
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    In response to razcreation's comment:

    If you are going to trade a few prospects to land a power Bat. I have a few names out there:

     

    #1, Kris Bryant-3b (Cubs) 0.001% chance of landing him.

     

    #2, Evan Longoria0-3b (Rays) He would be a monster at Fenway Park and he is only 25 years old.

     

    #3, Nolan Arenado-3b (Rockies) His power improving as time goes on.

     

    #4, David Wright-3b(Mets)

     

     

     

     



    i don't think any of those teams want to trade any of them...




    That depends on what we offer. Bryant you can forget. Longoria maybe cause he a Ray and you know they are a small market club.

     
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    If you are going to trade a few prospects to land a power Bat. I have a few names out there:


     


    #1, Kris Bryant-3b (Cubs) 0.001% chance of landing him.


     


    #2, Evan Longoria0-3b (Rays) He would be a monster at Fenway Park and he is only 25 years old.


     


    #3, Nolan Arenado-3b (Rockies) His power improving as time goes on.


     


    #4, David Wright-3b(Mets)


     


     


     


     




    i don't think any of those teams want to trade any of them...





    That depends on what we offer. Bryant you can forget. Longoria maybe cause he a Ray and you know they are a small market club.




    BUT DIDN'T LONGORIA sign a long term contract for home town discount?  i think so..i think he's signed till 2023

     
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    If you are going to trade a few prospects to land a power Bat. I have a few names out there:


     


    #1, Kris Bryant-3b (Cubs) 0.001% chance of landing him.


     


    #2, Evan Longoria0-3b (Rays) He would be a monster at Fenway Park and he is only 25 years old.


     


    #3, Nolan Arenado-3b (Rockies) His power improving as time goes on.


     


    #4, David Wright-3b(Mets)


     


     


     


     




    i don't think any of those teams want to trade any of them...





    That depends on what we offer. Bryant you can forget. Longoria maybe cause he a Ray and you know they are a small market club.




    BUT DIDN'T LONGORIA sign a long term contract for home town discount?  i think so





    Yes but it the Rays. It would take a lot to land him. There is also Carlos Gonzalez of the Rockies same age as Longoria. However, Carlos is a lefty and we need a right handed batter.

     
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    David Wright could be a possibility, the rest forget it. Theo ain't giving Bryant up, Longoroa has a great contract, Rockies  never sure about their Power hitters because its Colorado.  Except for Tulo.

     
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    David Wright could be a possibility, the rest forget it. Theo ain't giving Bryant up, Longoroa has a great contract, Rockies  never sure about their Power hitters because its Colorado.  Except for Tulo.



    Rockies 3b man has actually hit better on average wise away from Coors. 320 on the road compared to .263 at home.

     
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    1-No chance

    2-Longoria is 28 not 25, and only a ,762 at Fenway

    3-Arenado is a good prospect, but he has -0- HRs this year away from Coors.

    4-Wright has 100 HRs in the last 6 seasons, about 17 a year.

     

     
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    Longoria kills the Sox, always has. Would love to have him. He's cheap now. Never get him.

     
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    1-No chance

    2-Longoria is 28 not 25, and only a ,762 at Fenway

    3-Arenado is a good prospect, but he has -0- HRs this year away from Coors.

    4-Wright has 100 HRs in the last 6 seasons, about 17 a year.

     



    Longoria was born in 1985 which makes him 28 right.

     
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    If you are going to trade a few prospects to land a power Bat. I have a few names out there:

     

    #1, Kris Bryant-3b (Cubs) 0.001% chance of landing him.

     

    #2, Evan Longoria0-3b (Rays) He would be a monster at Fenway Park and he is only 28 years old.

     

    #3, Nolan Arenado-3b (Rockies) His power improving as time goes on.

     

    #4, David Wright-3b(Mets)

     

     

     

     



    i don't think any of those teams want to trade any of them...




     
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    Longoria kills the Sox, always has. Would love to have him. He's cheap now. Never get him.



    exactly....

     
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    Re: Future Power Hitter?

    Top OPS guys under 29 since 2012: how many are on the block?

    .900+ Trout, Votto, Tulo, McCutchen, Stanton, Goldschmidt

    .825+ Fielder, CGon, C Davis, Posey, HanRam, Freeman, Lucroy, Carpenter.

    .785+ Melky Cabrera, C Gomez, A Jones, B Harper, Justin Upton, Longoria, Headley, Zimmerman, Donaldson, Santana, Fowler, Rizzo, Butler, Allen Craig, J Bruce, Pedroia, Desmond, Cespedes, C Carter, A Gordon

     

    Not many are on the trading block.

     

    Sox4ever

     
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    Yes but it the Rays. It would take a lot to land him. There is also Carlos Gonzalez of the Rockies same age as Longoria. However, Carlos is a lefty and we need a right handed batter.



    They just added Cespedes and Craig to go with an aging Ortiz, I'd say the need for a left handed hitter with power is greater.




 
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    Yes but it the Rays. It would take a lot to land him. There is also Carlos Gonzalez of the Rockies same age as Longoria. However, Carlos is a lefty and we need a right handed batter.



    They just added Cespedes and Craig to go with an aging Ortiz, I'd say the need for a left handed hitter with power is greater.






    I think the only way Cespedes helps the SOX is if the powers that be change the rules and use HR DERBY as a tie breaker for games that are tied after 9 innings.

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    Yes but it the Rays. It would take a lot to land him. There is also Carlos Gonzalez of the Rockies same age as Longoria. However, Carlos is a lefty and we need a right handed batter.



    They just added Cespedes and Craig to go with an aging Ortiz, I'd say the need for a left handed hitter with power is greater.






    i think we are in on rusney castillo also...another guy who can play CF or RF..i was reading up on him..20HR power and 30SB...cespedes was saying if he's not a 5 tool player than he's a 4 tool player...put castillo in CF and cespedes in RF and craig in LF....WOW

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    Yes but it the Rays. It would take a lot to land him. There is also Carlos Gonzalez of the Rockies same age as Longoria. However, Carlos is a lefty and we need a right handed batter.



    They just added Cespedes and Craig to go with an aging Ortiz, I'd say the need for a left handed hitter with power is greater.



    i think we are in on rusney castillo also...another guy who can play CF or RF..i was reading up on him..20HR power and 30SB...cespedes was saying if he's not a 5 tool player than he's a 4 tool player...put castillo in CF and cespedes in RF and craig in LF....WOW




    Castillo is a righty, a short, stocky free swinger with 25 HR power in Cuba translating to 12-15 HR's here. Think Brett Gardner. 

    Gonzalez is a proven commodity and a lefty.



  • cespedes was saying castillo is just like puig but just in different body type...the guy looks solid with unreal speed.

     
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    I'd rather have Jackie Bradley Jr. on year 2 of his rookie deal than have to outbid other teams for Castillo and post almost 10 million a year for him.

    If the Rockies will swap 16 million of Gonzalez for 13 million of Victorino next year I would gladly give them Betts, JBJ and Webster.  



    Carlos Gonzalez is a very good player. But reality is he always lands on the DL. I would love to get him but not if Betts is included.

     
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    Yes but it the Rays. It would take a lot to land him. There is also Carlos Gonzalez of the Rockies same age as Longoria. However, Carlos is a lefty and we need a right handed batter.



    They just added Cespedes and Craig to go with an aging Ortiz, I'd say the need for a left handed hitter with power is greater.



    i think we are in on rusney castillo also...another guy who can play CF or RF..i was reading up on him..20HR power and 30SB...cespedes was saying if he's not a 5 tool player than he's a 4 tool player...put castillo in CF and cespedes in RF and craig in LF....WOW




    Castillo is a righty, a short, stocky free swinger with 25 HR power in Cuba translating to 12-15 HR's here. Think Brett Gardner. 

    Gonzalez is a proven commodity and a lefty.



    cespedes was saying castillo is just like puig but just in different body type...the guy looks solid with unreal speed.



    Well as long as you can trade JBJ with Craig for a lefty hitting OFer or JBJ and Middlebrooks for a lefty or switch hitting 3rd baseman I'm all for it.



  • Until WMB proves he can even hit AAA pitching, there's no market for him. JBJ, on the other hand, might spark interest because of his glove, and the slight chance he can hit ML pitching. Craig's value decreases because he, like Injurino, is injury prone. In other words, the SOX aren't gonna get a hell of a lot for any of them.

    The SOX 1st priority s/b to trade Shane, ASAP. 

     
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    He's not the same Longoria that he has been in the past.

     

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    If you are going to trade a few prospects to land a power Bat. I have a few names out there:

     

     

     

    #1, Kris Bryant-3b (Cubs) 0.001% chance of landing him.

     

     

     

    #2, Evan Longoria0-3b (Rays) He would be a monster at Fenway Park and he is only 25 years old.

     

     

     

    #3, Nolan Arenado-3b (Rockies) His power improving as time goes on.

     

     

     

    #4, David Wright-3b(Mets)

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     



    i don't think any of those teams want to trade any of them...

     

     




    That depends on what we offer. Bryant you can forget. Longoria maybe cause he a Ray and you know they are a small market club.

     



    BUT DIDN'T LONGORIA sign a long term contract for home town discount?  i think so..i think he's signed till 2023




     
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    Cargo gets injured a lot but will cost a lot.  He's back on DL.  

     
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    problem is that Cubs and Rays both want talent pitching s in return.  Right now we see that Ranuado and De La Rosa pitching well, and I am sure both teams could ask for one of them as well for Owen too if Boston ever want Longo or other.  No way that they want Workman or Webster after we all saw on how they have been pitching for a year. 

    Boston could be lucky to trade Webster or Workman along with player like Bett or Cecchini for Longo.  But Tampa is not that stupid.  

     
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    I have been tooting the Rays horn for years, but I think they got hosed on the Price deal.

    Sox4ever

     
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    If you are going to trade a few prospects to land a power Bat. I have a few names out there:

     

    #1, Kris Bryant-3b (Cubs) 0.001% chance of landing him.

     

    #2, Evan Longoria0-3b (Rays) He would be a monster at Fenway Park and he is only 25 years old.

     

    #3, Nolan Arenado-3b (Rockies) His power improving as time goes on.

     

    #4, David Wright-3b(Mets)

     

     

     

     



    i don't think any of those teams want to trade any of them...




    That depends on what we offer. Bryant you can forget. Longoria maybe cause he a Ray and you know they are a small market club.




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    Longoria isn't what he once was. His numbers are down across the board, plus, I doubt the Rays would trade hm to us unless we give them way more than he's worth. Wright would be a better fit, though he's had a some ups and downs too.

     
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    If you are going to trade a few prospects to land a power Bat. I have a few names out there:

    #1, Kris Bryant-3b (Cubs) 0.001% chance of landing him.

    #2, Evan Longoria-3b (Rays) He would be a monster at Fenway Park and he is only 28 years.

    #3, Nolan Arenado-3b (Rockies) His power improving as time goes on.

    #4, David Wright-3b(Mets)

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    I'm hoping the FO lands a big bat but it would need to be a proven one.  Out of that list I think only Longoria might help, especially in Fenway.  I have always liked Wright and Longoria, neither are very good 3B but I think either may wear out the monster.  Wright kills lefties and has better splits.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     




     
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