Trade Rumors: Tigers looking to sell walk-year players (Price included)


After the Detroit Tigers toyed with the idea of keeping all of their players despite playing mediocre baseball in the American League Central, they’ve reportedly decided to listen to offers regarding players in their walk-year, which includes David Price and Yoenis Cespedes.

The Yankees were rumored to be interested in David Price, but they’re also not interested in moving Luis Severino, Aaron Judge, Greg Bird and Jorge Mateo, which could make getting David Price nothing more than a pipe dream.

However, Joel Sherman of the New York Post has mentioned the Yankees and Tigers have done multiple deals in the past and it wouldn’t be hard for them to negotiate with the trade deadline less than two days away.

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6 Responses to Trade Rumors: Tigers looking to sell walk-year players (Price included)

  1. Ollie says:

    The" PRICE " would be right!

  2. jimmy1982 says:

    Whatever it takes for price. and i mean whatever….

  3. hotdog says:

    Yankees aren't going after Price…Cashman will call but they are not going hot and heavy for anyone…why would Cashman all of a sudden change his tactics…i just hope Toronto doesn't sign him even with this healthy lead we have over the Blue Jays…

    • Ollie says:

      Why wouldn't the Yankees go after Price if they could do a sign and trade? He is a Ace which they do not have. You better believe Cashman is talking with Tigers!

  4. hotdog says:

    Detroit is 3.5 game behind for the 2nd wild card spot…questionable decision to toss the season at this point but with so many teams vying for that spot, Dombrowksi made the hard and maybe smart decision to become a seller with 2 guys in Price and Cespedes who can bring in some very good prospects…Cashman would never give up the season so early though but the trade deadline does force hands to be played…

  5. Bob S says:

    Why wouldn't you include a single a prospect, Mateo , in a package for Price? How many "prospects" never make it in the majors.

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