After trading away both of its catchers in separate deals, San Diego reloaded by acquiring one who can really hit.
Wil Myers headlined the deal, but here’s what the other two teams in Wednesday’s three-way got.
“Coors made him much more of a power threat, and if he signs at a more pitcher-friendly ballpark his power could see a natural decline.”
“In all likelihood he’ll regress with the bat a little, but still bring extremely valuable defense and invaluable leadership to a team.”
There’s not much room at the moment for the Dodgers’ top outfield prospect, but he’s up and exciting anyway.
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The ninth-inning perils in Anaheim should be fixed by Huston Street, while the Padres further deplete a weak Angels farm system.
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Reports on scads of Astros, plus other prospects.