Seattle Mariners gm Jerry Dipoto likes to make trades. The most recent example came of this once the Mariners acquired second baseman Dee Gordon in the Miami Marlins, because they announced on Thurs .. The Marlins received minor leaguers Robert Dugger, Nick Neidert and Christopher Torres within the deal. San antonio seemed to be given worldwide slot money in the Marlins. Based on reports, that cash comes down to $a million in pool funds.

“We are likely to play Dee in center field,” Dipoto stated through the Mariners’ website. “It is a conversation that’s already happened. We are very looking forward to getting on this sort of athlete…his sports ability is apparent to individuals who watch, but his capability to close ground, and much more particularly, his launchability, that first-step burst that Dee will get is on componen using the elite center fielders in baseball. We’re feeling like this gives him an opportunity to be considered a separator in center field.”  

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This can be a situation in which the Mariners are attempting to fulfill multiple needs with one move. Adding Gordon provides them a middle-field option — an innovative one — who could theoretically give a speed-orientated boost for their selection. The Mariners were also in a position to land more income to provide Ohtani has apparent potential ramifications. San antonio presently has the league’s largest bonus pool to provide to Ohtani:

For where Gordon matches with San antonio, the Mariners obviously intend for Gordon to maneuver to center field, given Robinson Cano is within place at second base.

Whether that proves significant is anyone’s guess. But credit Dipoto for attempting to get rid of multiple goals with one swing.

When it comes to Marlins side, this deal represents a pseudo salary dump. They ended up getting a couple of potentially helpful pieces, however the real draw is ridding themselves from the outstanding expenditure to Gordon. Neidert, the very best pitching prospect in Seattle’s system, per Major league baseball.com, profiles like a mid-rotation starter because of a collection that may feature three average or better pitches. Torres, rated seventh within the system, is really a polished teen who should stick up-the-middle and who’s envisioned having only one below-average tool: power. Dugger, meanwhile, was unranked by Major league baseball.com. 

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