Discussion in 'Los Angeles DODGERS' started by irish, Apr 4, 2022.
Lamb needed to go so Outman has ABs. White i dont get
Oof....Braves just traded for the Angels closer....maybe not so much confidence in Jansen
I don't either. Why dump a healthy arm from a staff full of sketchy ones?
Well its slim as there are still being trades reported that just squeezed in before the deadline so hopin there is something bigger....but doubtful.
Dont get this one....
OFFICIAL: We've acquired RHP Mitch White and INF Alex De Jesus from the Dodgers in exchange for RHP Nick Frasso and LHP Moises Brito.
Big IF, bro. Hope you're right, though.
AF doing drugs now? Wtf ?
would have preferred keeping lamb over gallo
the mitch white dump makes little sense
the two prospects we got for him better pan out
i know we’re a bit spoiled
but that’s the worst deadline for us in quite some time
The prospects we got back were not even ranked. I would have liked to see Beltres kid come back......def a WTF moment
W. T. F. ???
Today thoroughly baffles me.
Ok a bit more context:
Frasso, a fourth-rounder in 2020, was the Jays’ No. 13 prospect on Baseball America’s summer rankings. He boasts an outstanding 0.74 ERA with a 41.6% strikeout rate and 7.3% walk rate in 36 2/3 innings split across two Class-A levels. The former Loyola Marymount right-hander has primarily faced younger competition thus far, so he’s not yet tested against more advanced hitters, but it’s an impressive stat line nevertheless. Frasso had Tommy John surgery in 2021 and has thusly had his workloads limited in his return effort, but the 6’5″ righty has reached triple digits with his heater and gives the Dodgers a power arm to dream on.
There’s little in the way of public info on Brito, a 20-year-old righty who’s just 12 games into his first professional season. He’s slightly older than his average competition in the Dominican Summer League, but his 1.86 ERA and gaudy 32-to-1 K/BB ratio through 29 innings of work stand out.
we were apparently close runners-up to the padres…
I know"didn't deserve it" doesn't mean shit in the bb business...but Mitch White didn't deserve it.
And, I don't get the business side of moving this gutsy pitcher either. What's the upside of this move ?
Andy shit the bed today.
You can smell it all over.
Losers, just the same.
I find it hard to believe that the Nats liked the Pads haul over Dodgers unless "offered top prospects" meant that guys like Cartaya and Miller were not offered. Also thinking about it, last years trade with the Nats may not be viewed as a + for the Nats. Keibert is hitting 245 with 3hr and Grey has a 4.59 era with a 1.28 whip....not exactly amazing returns
so the pads added drury too
Honestly, I would've been fine with no moves today. On the surface, each of them looks like a net negative. Just hope they know something we don't.
I feel like I always hear this shit
I'll take the Dodgers' front office judgement over any prospect rankings.
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