The MLB trading deadline is tomorrow. And there should be a ton of names on the move. So for this piece, we suggest some new locations for some MLB players.
Yasiel Puig to the Philadelphia Phillies
The charismatic enigma or the MLB version of Jeff Hardy, Yasiel Puig is said to be available. Puig is a controversial character because you either love him or you hate him. But there’s no denying the kind of talent that He possesses. If you add him into that Phillies lineup right now, Puig can boost the offense even more. But you have to be concerned with the character that sometimes comes with the talent. The genuine need for Philadelphia is pitching but adding to the lineup can help offset some of that necessity.
Noah Syndergaard to the New York Yankees
Every team is always going to need pitching but no team exemplifies that more right now than the New York Yankees. Many of the Yankees starters have gone through some of the worst starts of their career. So the Yankees are going to be active on the pitching side of the market and no other race is truly available besides Noah Syndergaard. The Mets would have to get a serious return to give Noah Syndergaard over to the crosstown rival Yankees. However, the Yankees should push to try to get Thor to the Bronx.
Felipe Vazquez to the Los Angeles Dodgers
The Dodgers are arguably the best team in major league baseball right now. But improvements can still be made. Trading for Felipe Vasquez would add even more certain sea too late innings in LA. The Dodgers will look to fortify their bullpen by the 4 p.m. deadline. Taking the Lefty reliever from Pittsburgh will give the Dodgers an even bigger advantage in the playoffs.
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