It's mostly about "dumping" his salary to get under the luxury tax, I didn't mean it as if they were dumping him like they he's trash haha.The Cubs aren't "dumping" Bryant. They are shopping one of their best assets. And there is no way they trade him for just prospects. Word on the street is that they've spoken to Washington about a trade, but are insistent upon a return that includes Robles.
Robles is a pipe dream, but the package I saw the other day of Kieboom & their 3rd at 4th ranked pitching prospects is actually really good and should be jumped at. I mostly mean they weren't going to get another MLB player owed real money, because again, it's more about the salary dump to get under the tax rather than making the 2020 team better.
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