Jason A. Churchill discusses the Cincinnati Reds and Philadelphia Phillies as potential fits for Mitch Haniger.

What could the Phillies offer after losing Andrew McCutchen to injury?

The Reds have a very good farm system, but they may have a major-league quality player the Mariners should covet.

Plus, comparing and projecting Jarred Kelenic and Julio Rodriguez to other young duos in baseball.

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Jason A. Churchill

2 Comments

  1. In theory yes, but I’ve been talking all winter and spring about how just ONE team engaged with Seattle about Haniger over the winter — ATL — and they wouldn’t part with the asking price.

    There’s a very very good chance the price they could have go tin December is the same price they can get now.

    Markets aren’t static.

  2. If they were to trade him now it would be the most mariner thing they could do. There’s no way his value is what it was this past offseason

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