It’s that time of year, where we all ignore the fact that the Major League Baseball postseason is nonsense. Baseball starts drinking on Oct. 1, and when it wakes up in the first week of November, the smoke alarm is going off and there’s a horse in the bathtub. There’s no rhyme or reason to it, but we’re supposed to pretend like we can predict winners and losers at the trade deadline.
Heck yeah, we’re supposed to pretend like we can predict winners and losers at the trade deadline. It’s fun. So even though you might be from the future and laughing at my simplistic analysis, just know that I’m more interested in being fun than right. Which is good, considering this won’t be right.
Thought the Astros should have traded for Yu Darvish instead of Justin Verlander last year, for example.
Hey, it could have worked, you don’t know.
But you clicked, so I’ll write. Here are the winners and losers from the 2018 MLB trade deadline:
Acquired: Tommy Pham, Austin Meadows, Tyler Glasnow, Jalen Beeks, bonus pool money, players to be named later
Traded: Chris Archer, Jonny Venters, Nathan Eovaldi, Matt Andriese, Justin Wilson, Genesis Cabrera, Roel Ramirez, Michael Perez, Brian Shaffer
They have the payroll of a
Article source: https://www.sbnation.com/2018/7/31/17632240/mlb-trade-deadline-winners-losers-dodgers-yankees-cubs-rays-brewers-giants
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