Three teams finish with an A-minus or better, while the Nationals get the worst grade among potential sellers by Mike Axisa @mikeaxisa 4m ago • 18 min read The non-waiver trade deadline is freshly behind us, and indeed a bevy of deals went down before time ran out on Tuesday. At this point, the baseball onlooker is probably trying to make sense of everything. Because we are of, for, and by the people, we’re here to help you do just that. For this particular piece of hot content, we’ll hand out grades for each rebuilding club that traded roster players for help down the road — i.e., the sellers. The criterion is simple: The extent to which they helped their greater goals in 2019 and beyond. You can find our grades for buyers here.Baseball ops professionals, prepare to proudly present and or forge the following report cards. For these purposes, we’re counting the July 18 Manny Machado blockbuster as the beginning of the trade deadline season for 2018, so trades since that point will be considered for grades … Baltimore Orioles: B+Received: UTIL Breyvic Valera, OF Yusniel Diaz, RHP Zach Pop, RHP Dean Kremer, 3B Ryan Bannon, RHP Dillon Tate, RHP Cody… Read full this story
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