Monday, July 29, 2019

Updated Top 25 Trade Deadline Acquisitions Including Puig vs. Bauer - Astros 3rd Ace in Greinke

We updated the top 25 pickups in the final week leading up to the trade deadline. These ratings are based purely on how good the projected Statis-Pro card was for the player is for the player and how much it upgraded the team (all player cards here and updated by current team). We look forward to the match-up of two of the biggest pickups when the Reds' Bauer faces the Indians' Puig in a game scheduled in our season (see grid of all games here, including NL Central vs. AL Central teams).

RankPitchers red/blueWhy good acquisition
Batters black
1Zack Greinkeastros9 No.3 starter on staff with 3 aces
2Yasiel PuigIndiansRF9 incredible bat, glove, speed, 3rd in order
3Corey Dickersonrayslf9 great defense, cleanup hitter
4Trevor BauerReds9 ace starter
5Scooter Gennettgiants2B8 would bat him 5th
6Marcus Stromanmets8 strong No. 3
7Ray BlackBrewers8 incredible setup
8Jake Diekmanathletics8 great setup, and left to 2-9 right
9Tyler Whitedodgers8 great platoon, top ph
10Franmil ReyesIndianslf8 excellent bat, no 5
11Tanner Roarkathletics7 no 3 starter
12Zac RosscupCardinals7 no 3 reliever
13Tony Kempcubslf7 great speed, defensive replacement
14Keon BroxtonMarinersss7 great speed
15Nick AndersonRays7 great setup
16Nicholas Castellanoscubsrf7 great platoon vs lefty in rf
17Jedd Gyorkododgers2b7 defensive or strong ph
18Jesus Aguilarrays1b6 strong ph, defensive replacement
19Joe McCarthygiants6 solid ph if called up
20Max Stassiangelsca6 solid bench
21Mark Melanconbraves6 setup reliever
22Sergio Romotwins6 set up, but one of many
23Jose PirelaPhillies2b6 decent platoon
24Shane Greenebraves6 added bull pen depth
25Martin MaldonadoastrosCA5 defensive replacement

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