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Top Five Trade Chips
These aren't necessarily the players who just bring back the highest return. They are, however, the ones who should bring back the best value while not hurting the organization's depth or long-term positional plans too much. 1. 2B, Corban Joseph: Unless the Yankees are willing to trade Robinson Cano in the near future, Joseph is the number one luxury for New York to trade since he has a perennial All Star blocking his current big league path. He hit a combined .276 with a career-high 15 home runs between Double-A Trenton and Triple-A Scranton this year, and walked nearly as many times as he struck out. And not only is his bat big league ready right now, a major plus most teams in the market for a second baseman will be looking for, but with the likes of Anderson Feliz, Angelo Gumbs, and Rob Refsnyder coming up behind him, his departure from the organization would not really hurt the farm system depth at the position. 2. 2B, David Adams: The same set of circumstances and...
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