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Phillies acquires Jean Segura from Navy as Seattle continues fire sales

Teardown of Seattle Mariners continues. Soon after sending Robinson Cano and Edwin Diaz to New York Mets, the Marines joined…

Teardown of Seattle Mariners continues. Soon after sending Robinson Cano and Edwin Diaz to New York Mets, the Marines joined a trade who sent shortstop Jean Segura to Philadelphia Phillies. The law announced the trade Monday afternoon.

Here’s the detail of the trade:

Just like Jay Bruce in the Cano / Diaz trade, Mariners take a more expensive veteran (Santana) into the Segura Agreement to compensate wages and even improve their prospecting. Including Nicasio in the trade means that Philadelphia will spend about $ 7 million in 201

9 wages but will increase about $ 3.15 million from its pay 2020 salary.

Segura, 29 in March, met .304 / .341 / .415 (112 OPS +) with 10 homers and 20 steals the last season and .308 / .353 / .449 (116 OPS +) in the last three seasons . Add in solid shortstop defense and he’s a comfortable 4-WAR player with several peak years left. Segura has a completely non-trade clause, which he refrained from joining the Phillies.

The top of Philadelphia’s new look looks can look like this:

  1. 2B Cesar Hernandez
  2. SS Jean Segura
  3. A Giant Manny Machado or Bryce Harper Large Hole
  4. 1B Rhys Hoskins

] The Phillies have long been connected to Machado and Harper since the last offseason and they are expected to sign one of these guys. There is of course no guarantee, but Phillies probably have the biggest chance of signing one of Machado or Harper than any other team. As R.J. Anderson wrote, Phillies are ready to be in the market’s best players .

Jean Segura has been trading for the fourth time in his career.
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Even this trade allows Philadelphia to move Hoskins back to its natural first base. He played leftfield in the face of Santana last season and did not go well defensive. The various defensive metrics all rated Hoskins as one of the worst defenders at any position in baseball. The first base is where he belongs. This trade improves the club’s crime and defense.

Nicasio and Pazos had a lot of different 2018 seasons. The 32-year-old Nicasio hit a 6.00 ERA in 42 innings around injury problems, although his underlying number (2.99 FIP) indicates he encountered a bit tough. Pazos, 27, posted a 2.88 ERA in 50 innings. His 3.60 FIP indicates that ERA is lower than any other performance indicators would lead you to believe.

The trade adds a Philadelphia Bullpen that already contains strikeout machine Seranthony Dominguez and veteran setup men Tommy Hunter and Pat Neshek. The Phillies are reportedly also on several major names-free agent relievers, including Craig Kimbrel. With this trade they strengthened their lines and increased the depths of their bulls in one case.

In the case of the seamen, they have now dealt Segura, Nicasio, Cano, Diaz, Mike Zunino, James Paxton and Alex Colome recently weeks. Mitch Haniger is still very desirable and may also be moved, perhaps linked to Kyle Seager to unload his contract the same as Seattle attaches Diaz to Cano . Between the Cano / Diaz and the Segura / Nicasio industry, sailors have lost about $ 110 million in future pay commitments that extend over 2019-23.

Seattle figures to turn Santana elsewhere in the next few weeks – Rockies and Yankees hope to be as potential landing places – and continue to loose others like Bruce, Anthony Swarzak, Mike Leake, Ryon Healy and maybe Dee Gordon. It is unclear whether Felix Hernandez is moving. Not only has his performance gone, he owes over $ 27 million in 2019 and has a complete no-trade clause. Felix may not want to leave the only organization he is known.

Carlos Santana’s time with seamen can be brief.
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Crawford, 23, is a former top spectron who has fought early in his MLB career and strikes .214 / .333 / .358 (85 OPS +) in 225 recordings that span 2017-18. Baseball America rated him as the 16th best view in baseball before 2018 and said he “has the talent to be a centerpiece player”. The marines get him while his value is down and hopes he will live up to his potential.

The 32-year-old Santana beat .229 / .352 / .414 (105 OPS +) with 24 home runs and more runs (110) than strikeouts (93) in 2018, his first season with Phillies. He owe $ 17 million in 2019 and $ 17.5 million by 2020 before a $ 17.5 million alternative to the club comes into play in 2021. The mariners need to eat some money to move him, but should get something decent in return .

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