quantity will NEVER replace quality in a trade for an impact bat like Giancarlo Stanton. It's really hard to believe a scenario where Maimi doesn't take Bogaerts.
All our other top prospects, but none of them carry that high ceiling, potential impact bat that Bogaerts has. Cecchini + Owens doesn't = Bogaerts. It is conceivable that if Miami is high on a couple of our prospects that we could pair them up with some high ceiling guys that are further away.
Perhaps a Garrin Cecchini/Henry Ownens/Trey Ball/Manuel Margot gets them to the table. But that is just wild speculation on the assumption that the Marlins are a team that view Owens as a potential #1#2 instead of a #3 #4. In the end we have no idea what their evaluation of our farm is and how they like those guys....but I do know this almost any trade that is drafted up in here (mine including) to get Stanton is likely no realistic.