The Toronto Blue Jays need another third baseman as well as a starting pitcher. In a series of posts focused on bad teams that will more than likely be sellers ahead of the trade deadline, I will be discussing trade scenarios that I think work for both teams.
In this post, I will be focused on my NL team, the Colorado Rockies. They have screwed me out of twenty bucks before as I bet that they’d beat the Dodgers in game 163 in 2018. So just like how Cam stole my money, could the Blue Jays steal two players from the Rockies? I will be answering four questions: Why the Rockies, why the 3rd baseman, why the pitcher and lastly, what would it take to get them?
Why the Rockies?
So for starters, what makes the Rockies an appealing trade partner? Well for starters, they traded the best third basemen in all of baseball along with 51 million bucks to St. Louis for Austin Gomber, Mateo Gil, Elehuris Montero, Tony Lacey and Jake Sommers. This makes the Donaldson for Merryweather trade look like the best trade in the history of the MLB. No top prospects were going back the other way. In …
Author: Brennan Delaney / Blue Jays Nation