MLB: Top Available Trade Targets by Positions

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MLB: Top Available Trade Targets

Starting Pitching Top 5

1. Houston Astros – Roy Oswalt (6-10, 3.08 ERA, 112 K’s, 33 Walks, 1:05 WHIP)

2. Arizona Diamondbacks Dan Haren (7-7, 4.36 ERA, 125 K’s, 26 Walks, 1:33 WHIP)

3. Cleveland Indians – Fausto Carmona (8-7, 3.64 ERA, 61 K’s, 43 Walks, 1:29 WHIP)

4. Chicago Cubs – Ted Lilly (3-8, 4.08 ERA, 65 K’s, 24 Walks, 1:15 WHIP)

5. Houston Astros – Brett Myers (6-6, 3.41 ERA, 89 K’s, 38 Walks, 1:31 WHIP)

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Relief Pitching Top 5

1. Kansas City Royals – Joakim Soria (25 Saves, 2.43 ERA, 45 K’s)

2. Florida Marlins – Leo Nunez (21 Saves, 2.87 ERA, 39 K’s)

3. Toronto Blue Jays – Scott Downs (18 Holds, 2.56 ERA, 30 K’s)

4. Washington Nationals – Matt Capps (23 Saves, 3.10 ERA, 33 K’s)

5. Baltimore Orioles – Will Ohman (14 Holds, 2.63 ERA, 27 K’s)

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Catchers Top 5

1. Toronto Blue Jays – John Buck (.272 Avg, 13 HR, 41 RBI’s, 27 Runs, 15 Doubles)

2. Pittsburgh Pirates – Ryan Doumit (.257 Avg, 8 HR’s, 31 RBI’s, 25 Runs, 25 Walks)

3. Arizona Diamondbacks – Chris Snyder (.237 Avg, 10 HR, 31 RBI’s, 21 Runs, 32 Walks)

4. Tampa Bay Rays – Kelly Shoppach (.203 Avg, 1 HR, 5 RBI’s, 5 Runs, 11 Walks)

5. Tampa Bay Rays – Dioner Navarro (.210 Avg, 1 HR, 7 RBI’s, 11 Runs, 11 Walks)

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First Baseman Top 5

1. Washington Nationals – Adam Dunn (.291 Avg, 22 HR, 59 RBI’s, 52 Runs, 41 Walks)

2. Milwaukee Brewers – Prince Fielder (.263 Avg, 21 HR, 42 RBI’s, 55 Runs, 61 Walks)

3. Arizona Diamondbacks – Adam LaRoche (.254 Avg, 13 HR, 57 RBI’s, 44 Runs, 33 Walks)

4. Houston Astros – Lance Berkman (.250 Avg, 12 HR, 43 RBI’s, 33 Runs, 50 Walks)

5. Chicago Cubs – Derrek Lee (.239 Avg, 11 HR, 38 RBI’s, 44 Runs, 45 Walks)

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Second Baseman Top 5

1. Florida Marlins – Dan Uggla (.283 Avg, 16 HR, 52 RBI’s, 57 Runs, 45 Walks)

2. Arizona Diamondbacks – Kelly Johnson (.280 Avg, 14 HR, 43 RBI’s, 55 Runs, 49 Walks)

3. Chicago Cubs – Ryan Theriot (.275 Avg, 19 RBI’s, 40 Runs, 19 SB’s, 18 Walks)

4. Baltimore Orioles – Ty Wiggington (.252, 14 HR, 45 RBI’s, 33 Runs, 32 Walks)

5. Houston Astros – Jeff Keppinger (.283 Avg, 4 HR, 34 RBI’s, 37 Runs, 24 Doubles)

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Shortstop Top 5

1. Arizona Diamondbacks – Stephen Drew (.269 Avg, 4 HR, 29 RBI’s, 43 Runs, 31 Walks)

2. Washington Nation – Cristian Guzman (.296 Avg, 1 HR, 22 RBI’s, 42 Runs, 4 Triples)

3. Tampa Bay Rays – Jason Bartlett (.236 Avg, 2 HR, 33 RBI’s, 35 Runs, 29 Walks)

4. Los Angeles Dodgers – Jamey Carroll (.297 Avg, 11 RBI’s, 31 Runs, 6 SB’s, 32 Walks)

5. Pittsburgh Pirates – Ronny Cedeno (.231 Avg, 4 HR, 17 RBI’s, 13 Doubles, 8 SB’s)

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Third Baseman Top 5

1. Baltimore Orioles – Miguel Tejada (.276 Avg, 7 HR, 35 RBI’s, 34 Runs, 14 Doubles)

2. Florida Marlins – Jorge Cantu (.261 Avg, 10 HR, 52 RBI’s, 38 Runs, 24 Doubles)

3. Kansas City Royals – Alberto Callaspo (.279 Avg, 8 HR, 41 RBI’s, 39 Runs, 19 Doubles)

4. Chicago Cubs – Aramis Ramirez (.217 Avg, 11 HR, 37 RBI’s, 33 Runs, 21 Walks)

5. Cleveland Indians – Jhonny Peralta (.252 Avg, 6 HR, 39 RBI’s, 32 Runs, 29 Walks)

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Outfielders Top 10

1. Milwaukee Brewers – Corey Hart (.296 Avg, 22 HR, 69 RBI’s, 47 Runs, 20 Doubles)

2. Toronto Blue Jays – Jose Bautista (.236 Avg, 25 HR, 58 RBI’s, 56 Runs, 54 Walks)

3. Kansas City Royals – David DeJesus (.318 Avg, 5 HR, 36 RBI’s, 45 Runs

4. Kansas City Royals – Scott Podsednik (.299 Avg, 3 HR, 35 RBI’s, 25 SB’s, 5 Triples)

5. Philadelphia Phillies – Jayson Werth (.279 Avg, 13 HR, 50 RBI’s, 53 Runs, 28 Doubles)

6. Washington Nationals – Josh Willingham (.277 Avg, 15 HR, 49 RBI’s, 46 Runs, 56 Walks)

7. Kansas City Royals – Jose Guillen (.273 Avg, 15 HR, 54 RBI’s, 43 Runs, 23 Walks)

8. Tampa Bay Rays – B.J. Upton (.232 Avg, 7 HR, 32 RBI’s, 51 Runs, 25 SB’s)

9. Florida Marlins – Cody Ross (.279 Avg, 7 HR, 46 Runs, 45 Runs, 19 Doubles)

10. Cleveland Indians – Austin Kearns (.268 Avg, 8 HR, 41 RBI’s, 40 Runs, 31 Walks)

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