He absolutely will not. The Rockies know all about his injury history and that he is likely due for some slightly diminished numbers after he leaves
1) There is a point that the return demanded for any player in the history of the game would be too much. So yes, there is a point where the Rockies would
Not against trading for him in theory, and agree that if it happens, now is the best time to get him at a discount.
I don't think it would
If Yanks eat all the money and he only costs 1 or 2 prospects then maybe I'll be for it.
to be fair, if we are trading for tulo now would be a good time. his value is pretty low coming off of the surgery with no game time to prove that he
Um, yes? If they asked for Severino, Judge, Sanchez, Bird, Gardner, Pineda, Eovaldi, Refsnyder, and Lindgren...you would say yes? Come on.