2nd Most Likely Pitcher Traded to the Astros
Jun 14, 2015; Detroit, MI, USA; Detroit Tigers starting pitcher David Price (14) in the dugout against the Cleveland Indians at Comerica Park. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports
I understand that the Tigers have not officially come out and said that they are officially selling, with Miguel Cabrera out for a while, and Mr. Kate Upton (Justin Verlander) has not been his normal self, it might be time. They are currently hovering around .500 right now, 14-15 games behind the Minnesota Twins. They don’t need to do a full restart like the Astros did but trading a Price and Yoenis Cespedes could bring in some more new talent to work on in 2016.
There is not much else to say about price; he is probably the best pitcher available at the trade deadline if he’s available. Price and Cueto would be the only ones who could probably make a significant impact on the new team, similar to Price’s performance last year after being traded to the Tigers.
- He is the true definition of an ace.
- Keuchel and Price would team up for a heck of a 1-2 punch in the Astros rotation.
- Give Price a chance to experience Houston, since McCullers is already recruiting him.
- His dog’s name is Astro.
- He had 271 strikeouts last year between Tampa Bay and Detroit.
- Still young enough to look at extending, 29-years-old.
- They Astros have the prospects needed.
- He would bring the “Randy-Mania” to the Astros.
- It’s going to be the Hunger Games trying to get him in a trade with all the other contenders.
- He might be a true rental.
- The fact his dog’s name is Astro means nothing; maybe he liked the Jetsons as a kid.
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I believe that it will be between the Astros and the Cubs, and I think the Cubs will win out with the better prospects package. But he signs with Houston in the offseason, I can dream, right? My bloggers peers disagree with me again but think that he is the likely third pitcher the Astros trade for with 42 points.
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