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Red Sox vs Orioles Live Stream Free MLB Full Game 2020 ONlinE TV ChannEl: The farm system has been improved.Now that the trade deadline for the 2020 Major League Baseball season has come and gone, you might want to catch up.
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Like last year, this season will not a feature a waiver-wire trade period following the deadline. Monday was the last day to make trades and improve rosters, either short-term (buyers focused on this year) or long-term (sellers looking at the future) or both. After Monday, rosters will be mostly set for the remainder of 2020. There will be no other opportunities to make significant upgrades.
The last few days were relatively slow on the trade front with the exception of the San Diego Padres, who struck again on Monday morning by acquiring right-handed starter Mike Clevinger from Cleveland in exchange for a six-player package that includes outfielder Josh Naylor, right-hander Cal Quantrill, and shortstop Gabriel Arias.
The clear No. 1 winner at the 2020 trade deadline. GM A.J. Preller acted decisively and addressed his team’s weaknesses at catcher (Jason Castro and Austin Nola), at the DH spot (Mitch Moreland), in the bullpen (Austin Adams, Dan Altavilla, Trevor Rosenthal, and Taylor Williams), and in the rotation (Mike Clevinger). He did all that without sacrificing his top prospects and without subtracting much from his MLB roster. San Diego has the highest-scoring offense in baseball and can now trot out Clevinger, Dinelson Lamet, and Chris Paddack in a short postseason series.
Big upgrades at reasonable prices. Smart, sensible, and impactful moves all around for the Padres.No, their moves were not nearly as flashy as San Diego, but the Blue Jays addressed weaknesses in the rotation with Taijuan Walker, Robbie Ray, and a late trade for Ross Stripling, and they brought in infield depth in Jonathan Villar. Villar’s versatility means there will be ways to get him into the lineup even after Bo Bichette gets healthy, and Stripling is flexible enough to be a bullpen option.
Ray has struggled all season, but there is upside there, and he’s as capable of going on a month-long hot streak as any pitcher in the game. Toronto sits comfortably in the No. 8 spot in the expanded American League postseason field and these moves are as much about making a run in October as they are racking up wins in the regular season. Very nice deadline for the Blue Jays, if not subtle.Specifically Asdrubal Cabrera and Howie Kendrick (Nationals), Austin Romine and Jonathan Schoop (Tigers), Kevin Gausman and Drew Smyly (Giants), Andrelton Simmons (Angels), and Jackie Bradley Jr. (Red Sox). I guess it’s not fair to say any team is out of the race in the expanded postseason era, though these clubs are on the outside looking in right now, and those players were not traded at the deadline. There will be no ring chasing this year. And hey, maybe they’re fine with that.
Who wants to change teams during a pandemic? But from a pure baseball perspective, spending the rest of your free agent walk year with a team outside the postseason race is no fun.Keeping Jackie Bradley Jr. and Martin Perez seems unnecessary but that’s not that big a lost opportunity. The Red Sox traded away impending free agents Mitch Moreland, Kevin Pillar, and Brandon Workman, as well as Heath Hembree, who is under control through 2021. Folks within baseball love pitching prospect Connor Seabold, the headliner in the Hembree/Workman trade with the Phillies, and prospects Hudson Potts and Jeisson Rosario are solid rolls of the dice. They came over in the Moreland trade with the Padres. The Red Sox were never likely to do something significant like trade Xander Bogaerts. Overall, new chief baseball officer Chaim Bloom did well cashing in his trade chips.
As the trades came rolling in, we responded with live grades for all the big ones. For buyers, these grades were based on how much they improved and gave up to do so. For sellers, we assessed whether enough value was recouped for the player (or players) in question.Let’s take it away, proceeding from the newest deadline deals to the oldest ones.
The Blue Jays bought low on Stripling, who’s given up 12 home runs and 26 total runs (21 earned) in 33.2 innings this season. But when he’s right, he’s proved he can be effective as either a starter or as a reliever.
The Blue Jays’ odds of playing deep into October will look that much better if Stripling can settle into either role. He’s also slated to stay under their control through 2022.
It’s the final week of the regular season — also known as the final week of the Red Sox season.
As the 2020 schedule mercifully comes to a close, what are your thoughts? Ideas about what you’ve seen in September?
Send your comments, opinions and questions along and we’ll get to them Tuesday night.